Japan Gets A Limited Edition Sky Blue / Marine Blue PSP Next Month

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While the PlayStation Vita tries to get its bearings in Japan, Sony are continuing to push the PSP. Next month, they’ll release this limited edition “Sky Blue/Marine Blue” PSP for 17,800 yen:







For 17,800 yen, you’ll get a PSP-3000 with the two-tone colour configuration shown above, a 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo, a pouch, a cleaning cloth, and the battery with adapter.



The Sky Blue/Marine Blue PSP is scheduled for release on April 26th.

Source:http://www.siliconer...psp-next-month/

It's so beautiful. I would marry that PSP!!!!!!
 

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I must say, that really is a pleasant color for the PSP. If I had interest in one, I'd maybe try getting it...if I had the money for it, anyway.
 

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the back is beautiful while at the same time the front is fugly.
Well at least not the worst we've seen from Sony/Nintendo limited editions :P

Interesting that they're still making new limited editions for the PSP-3000. I'd have thought that the PSV would be their main focus, even with limiteds.
 

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the back is beautiful while at the same time the front is fugly.
Well at least not the worst we've seen from Sony/Nintendo limited editions :P

Interesting that they're still making new limited editions for the PSP-3000. I'd have thought that the PSV would be their main focus, even with limiteds.
yeah, definitely not the worst *cough*dragon quest 3ds *cough*
 

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If it's not like the superior Monster Hunter PSP, it's not worth it.

the outdated version of the game o please
I'm not talking about the game, I'm talking about the limited edition Monster Hunter 3000 PSP which has a superior analog and better battery.
wait, are you saying that there's a limited edition PSP with DIFFERENT HARDWARE configurations? else, why would it have "superior" analog and "better" battery than the others?
 

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wait, are you saying that there's a limited edition PSP with DIFFERENT HARDWARE configurations? else, why would it have "superior" analog and "better" battery than the others?

Yes.
Huh. Well I be damned. But then again, they just did a concave nub instead of the original convex, and batteries are available third party so... not exactly very different. at least, not what i had in mind.

And no, I won't google it because i'm not really interested in it. it just hadn't occurred to me that there'd be a modified PSP-3000 out there.

on a different note, it's crazy how much influence those guys that do Monster Hunter at Capcom have on Nintendo and Sony... i mean, Sony let them do actual hardware modifications, while Nintendo let them design an entirely new accessory that vastly improves control options. If that's not serious string-pulling in action, then i don't know what it is. And yes, i believe it was Monster Hunter 3G that led to the CPP's design and eventual production. probably part of a non-negotiable term on Capcom's side of the table.
 
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