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Target Is Selling The PSP For $1

Poor PSP. You came into this world filled with vigour and optimism but the world refused to love you. Now, Target is selling its remaining stock for the princely sum of $1. It’s the bargain of the century that nobody wants.


Looks Like There's Going To Be A Final Fantasy Type-1

While Final Fantasy Type-0 HD isn’t due out in North America until Tuesday, a special ending cinematic teaser from the end of the game has hit YouTube, suggesting game director Hajime Tabata’s desire to make Final Fantasy Type-1 is being realised.


Should Sony Make Another Handheld?

This weekend, the PS Vita will officially turn three. Although the system has become a must-have for anyone who’s into indies and niche Japanese games, it just hasn’t been able to make a splash in a market dominated by iPads and iPhones.


Three Years Later, The PSP Gets A Firmware Update

Today, Sony released firmware 6.61 for the PlayStation Portable. Um. What?


It's 2015 And There's A New PSP Game Coming Out Next Week

Who says the PSP is dead? Oh, everyone? Including Sony? Right, right, because the PSP is dead and has been for like five years now. BUT HEY, that won’t stop the folks at publisher XSEED Games from releasing a new PSP game next week anyway.


Short Clip Celebrates PlayStation's 20th Birthday

The 20th anniversary of the first PlayStation console’s Japanese release is fast approaching, and Sony’s here to commemorate it with — what else — a montage.


The Best Reason To Pick Up A PlayStation TV At Launch

I’ve had the opening cinematic to Persona 4 Golden for the PlayStation Vita playing endlessly on the 46-inch television in my office all night long. If you find that exciting, the Sony’s PlayStation TV just might be for you.


A Dignified Death For A Beloved Gaming System

When the battery exploded inside Redditor tommyboy601’s PSP, he decided his time with the Sony portable was at an end. Rather than trade it in at his local GameStop for pennies, he built a fitting memorial to an old friend.


Sony Agrees To Give Away Games, Money After 2011 PSN Hack

Remember back in 2011, when the PlayStation Network went down for almost a month? Well, after years of haggling in court, Sony has recently agreed to a settlement in the cases brought forward following the hack. One which, if the judge approves their offer, is going to cost Sony $15 million, and give a whole bunch of people free stuff.


Japan's Love Affair With The PSP Will Finally End

Today, Sony announced that the PlayStation Portable will cease being released in Japan. That’s nearly 10 years after it was first released.


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