More PSP Rumours

Posted: Apr 29 2009, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:05pm CDT, in News | Gaming

More PSP Rumours
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There is not a week that goes by without some kind of new rumour surfacing about a new PSP and this week is going to be no different.

The latest rumour has a little more detail than normal and even gives us a model name - PSP Go. I'm still not sure where all these rumours originate from but it keeps us all excited!.The new rumoured name, PSP Go would fit in with what's current as Sony already has accessories and services under the name Go, but I was hoping for something a little more exciting like PSP Flip.

A company called 1Up reckons that an announcement is due around E3 time and the UMD is believed to of been dropped in favour of PlayStation Store downloadable games as an alternative. Other details rumoured include 8GB and 16GB models to be available and the possibility of touchscreen. The picture is a possible mock up of what the new PSP could look like.

Read some more via T3

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