Rumor: PSPgo “relaunch” in the works at Sony

By Nathan Grayson, Tuesday, 2 February 2010 03:48 GMT


We wanted to like the PSPgo! Really! It’s light, feels nice in our wearied Writing Palms, and is cute as a button. But looks aren’t everything, and Sony seems to have learned that the hard way. So, what’s a platform behemoth to do?

Well, if at first you don’t succeed, try and try again, right?

According to a report from Gamervision, Sony’s gearing up for a PSPgo “relaunch.” What’s that entail? Apparently, a “marketing blitz,” which – Gamervision speculates – might include a price drop.

At least, we hope so. Otherwise, Sony’s equivalent of a “pretty please with sugar on top” probably won’t sway too many people into the Go’s camp.

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