More Support For Slim PS3 And PSP Go! Rumors

By Spencer . May 28, 2009 . 8:36am

rockband Ars Technica’s mysterious mole claims the UMD-less PSP Go! and a slim PlayStation 3 will be in stores later this year. While both products are remain rumors, Ars Technica procured early information about the red Resident Evil 5 Xbox 360 bundle and disc-less Patapon 2.

 

The site explains the PSP Go! won’t make the PSP-3000 obsolete right away. Both models will be sold side by side similar to the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi. Should we expect more PSP-3000 entertainment packs?

 

Chances are Sony will make the PSP Go! official during their press conference, but Ars Technica says the slim PS3 wont be at the show. The revised hardware, which may have been leaked from factory photos, wont come out until September-ish and Sony has plenty of existing PS3 phat stock to exhaust before announcing a slim model.


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  • james braselton

    HI THERE WOW A SLIM PS3 LIKE HOW A SOLID STATE FLASH DRIVE OR A SSD NOT HARD DRIVE PS3 THAT BE FUN

  • Akirap

    I believe PSPGo is the outcome for Nintendo’s Virtual Console DS. DL games and oportunities for small companies to program at low costs. This will come to a handy when unknown, new companies present games and for those where a UMD is a lot of storage, but I don’t know if it will fit all big, important games.
    I don’t want my Dissidia or Crisis Core to go in a download state, I love the phisical UMD, the art in the cover and the manuals in full color =/

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