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Sony has announced the drop of price of their Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld game console. It was retailing at US$169.99, and now, the price tag has been revised to an attractive US$129.99.

Whenever a new product is going to be available on retail, the sure sign would be that the current ones will face a definite price drop. And that is apparent to Sony handheld game console: The Next Generation Portable (NGP) is arriving and a price drop has been announced for the Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP).

According to news reports, the company has lowered the price from US$169.99 to US$129.99, which seems like a sign to "clear the old stocks" in order to make room for the new NGP. However, the price drop only applies to the PSP-3000 models, and not the PSP Go.

Sony has also rolled out new discounted titles including Assassin's Creed Bloodlines, LittleBigPlanet, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker and Resistance: Retribution at US$19.99; Monster Hunter Freedom, Killzone: Liberation and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII are selling at US$9.99.

Source: USA Today

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