Yesterday, Sony Japan said that the PSPgo, the disc-free variation of the PlayStation Portable was no longer in production. Dead. Done. Put to rest. Well, not in America. Clarifying news that broke on IGN, a Sony spokesperson in the U.S. told Kotaku today: "We are continuing production of PSPgo for North America. We will also continue to support the PSP-3000 platform."
PSPgo Not Dead In North America
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