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Master Ninja Reports PSP-3000 Price Drop

Posted on Thursday, February 24 @ 18:32:50 PST by
Ninjas aren't known for delivering good news. Pizza? No, not that either. Most of the time, ninjas deliver deathblows. The kind that kill you instantly. "Hum, dee dum dum.... Herk---"

That's the sound of you dying without knowing it. Actually, even that portrayal wasn't accurate. Ninjas maintain silence, even in their victims. Today marks a special occasion. a Master Ninja has actually delivered good news! And not just any ol' humdrum good news, he brings price-drop news!

Starting February 27th, the PSP-3000 will permanently price drop from $169.99 to $129.99 at American retailers. The PSP-go continues to pray for death.

So the PSPgo is in need of a ninja assassin? Could this PSP price drop possibly get highlighted during GDC?

It's taken seven years for the PSP to get to a point where I felt like there were enough games I really wanted to play. Now that Tactics Ogre is here, is it time to buy a PSP?

How is the actual PSP-3000 itself and what are some games I should get that haven't been made in the past year?

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