is this a good trade

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  1. jamespoo
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    PSP GO Only Taken Out Of The Box To Check If Everything Is There and has been turned on to see if working For My near New 30Gb Zune that cost me $200 and i only used once and then just keep it in its case and not used
     
  2. Todderbert

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    Go for it.
     
  3. jamespoo
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    so its a good trade then ??
     
  4. Shano56

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    how much does a psp go cost
     
  5. Schlupi

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    *sigh* If you simply look up the prices of the two items, it will tell you if the deal is "worth" it. Otherwise, just do what you want.

    A PSP Go usually fetches about 100 bucks, by the way.
     
  6. 324atk

    324atk GBATemp's Personal Chocobo Breeder

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    Personally I would go for it. Can't play (good) games on a Zune AFAIK and you can still have an mp3 player on the PSP. Plus homebrew and cfw makes it quite a versatile gaming system.
     
  7. jamespoo
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    he is selling it for 170NZD and he said its only been powered on then he put back in box because he already had one and he won this from a radio comp

    and it comes with

    Charger
    USB Cable
    512Mb Memory Stick
    Carry case
    4 Games (Ratchet and clank size matters, Transfomers the game, Aliens vs Predatos- Requiem, Sims two castaway)
    1 Movie ( Anacondas- the hunt for the blood orchid)
     
  8. triassic911

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    If you do not really need your Zune, then go for it. If you hack the PSP Go, you can do many wonderful things with it. :)
     
  9. Nah3DS

    Nah3DS Madre de Dios! Es El POLLO DIABLO!!!

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    I would like to trade these Alf Pogs for you zune
     
  10. xwatchmanx

    xwatchmanx The Dark Souls of GBAtemp

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    If the Zune cost you $200 and is in near mint condition, remember, just $50 more than that could get you a PSVita... just saying. Might as well sell it, then pay the difference for the Vita.
     
  11. Click This

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    Looks like a good deal to me. Zune's aren't too great to begin with.
     
  12. OSpencerO

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    In my opinion, The real question is if you would use the PSP Go or would it just sit in its box/case too.
    If you won't use the PSP Go you could try to trade your Zune for something else you want or need that you would actually use..

    It is very unlikely that you would ever be able to sell a used Zune 30GB for anywhere near $200 you would be very lucky to get $100.

    With that said...

    If it was me, I would make that trade because you can do a lot more with the PSP Go than you can with the Zune.
    Also, I collect videogame systems, I don't have a PSP Go & would use the PSP Go more than I would a Zune.


    Spencer


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