PSPgo getting a price cut?

Down to $200 in US, apparently.

Consumers look set to get further incentive to purchase Sony's beleaguered PSPgo handheld, with another price cut incoming.

Joystiq has posted a retail listing suggesting that the price of the handheld is to drop from $250 to $200 in the US, effective 15th October. That translates to approximately 126.

Last year Sony dropped the price of the PSPgo in the UK to 200 just one week after launch. Then in June it offered 10 free games with every unit sold.

Sony is yet to confirm the price drop, or whether any cut will apply in the UK.

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