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I have purchased in Australia,
two pspgo’s, a 1000 and a2000 and use them every day, and all of my games come
from the Sony online store in Australia.
The pspgo’s had a very high price locally and it was not supported by many game retailers in my area.
I have since had to buy all my accessories from overseas due to no local support;
I cannot even buy a Sony m2 card locally.
I hope the price is at parity with the USA at launch and it sells well then we will have good local
support and many days of happy gaming
I hope so too. It is hard to find anything for PSP. In many shops it is quite difficult just to find a PSP to buy.
I use my PSP Go everyday too, I use it as my MP3 player and for games.
It is important that the PSVita attracts developers and Sony keeps on supporting it. Sometimes I have felt that Sony had forgotten about the PSP. There have been so few games coming out on it for quite some time now.
Although the PSP has sold around 60 million units worldwide developers arn't interested because the amount of piracy on the system. I think the PSP serves as a great example to steer clear of piracy.
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