Probably not surprising. They've not really had any killer titles to drive sales and I'm sure they're being squeezed by the DS too.As it prepares to launch its next generation machine, Sony is apparently stockpiling finished gaming hardware, which analysts believe to be the PSP (PlayStation Portable). That, they believe, is a signal that the company plans to reduce the price of the PSP as the holidays get closer.
Agreed. I'm sure that DS packs like the Mario Kart and Ninetendogs priced at a £100 last Xmas did wonders for sales. PSP was starting at £180 - too much for many parents - especially with younger children.mattrixdesign2 said:It wouldn't surprise me to see a £99 PSP pack soon to take the Xmas business away from MS and Nintendo. It is needed, may be Sony will also get their arse in gear and start releasing Movies for download (via web or off full movie DVD), and the PSOne emulator! That should see a boom in PSP sales.