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  • PSPgo hacked, Kingdom Hearts gameplay videos shown

    Earlier this week we reported a news regarding Playstation 3 getting hacked, now if reports roaming around gaming industry is  to believe then, PSPgo has been hacked too and you can play your own software on it.

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    As a proof to this claim two videos are revealed by blogger Wololo, which shows Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep running on PSPgo all thanks to an ISO loader homebrew.

    Watch the video below:

  • Sony Extends PSPgo Promotional Offer

    SCEE has extended the date of the PSPgo promotion, the promotion offer which was previously slated to end on September 30 will be be closing on January 31, 2011. The promotion offer of PSPgo gives out 10 free game.

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    Here is the list of the game on offer:

    • Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines
    • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
    • Gran Turismo
    • James Cameron's AVATAR
    • LittleBigPlanet
    • MotorStorm Arctic Edge
    • Need for Speed SHIFT
    • Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
    • 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
    • WipEout Pure

    For more detail on how to claim your 10 free game Click Here.

  • New Free PSPgo Games Offer

    If you were thinking of buying a new PSPgo from Sony than this one is for you, as Sony will soon be announcing a new incentive scheme to boost the sale of PSPgo. This offer will be available for all of those who register their PSPgo after 1st April 2010.

    The actual offer of is that those will register PSPgo after April 1st 2010 will get 10 full game download, the game which will be there involves Grand Theft Auto, 2010 FIFA World Cup, LittleBigPlanet.

    SCEA Sales Director (UK) said that, “On PSPgo we’ve decided to innovate with that particular business model, Next month we’re launching a free ten game offer. And this isn’t just older titles – we’ve worked with third parties and there’s some really  good core products. We’re using it as a method to drive the hardware as well by making the whole proposition much more appealing".