America’s PSPgo early adoption deal is Rock Band Unplugged demo

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 28 August 2009 11:33 GMT

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Americans that take the plunge with a new PSPgo handset are to be given a free Rock Band Unplugged demo along with the hardware, according to this Kotaku piece.

Which is great. If it wasn’t for the fact that Europeans get a free copy of GT PSP.

The US offer’s a bit more than a standard demo, thankfully. It comes with five songs and it compatible with any tracks you buy from the PS Store.

But still.

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