Sony’s Playstation Store receives a hefty discount on God of War: Ghost of Sparta, the latest PSP game in the highly regarded franchise. High street stores have an RRP of £24.99 for the game whereas the price drops to £16.99 for PSN.
The offer is a tiny win for owners of the PSPgo which can only play games downloaded from the store as the prices are usually a lot higher than their physical UMD-based counterparts. Whether or not the trend will follow on for all new PSP titles is a possibility but nothing has been confirmed from Sony. If they wish to resuscitate the gasping PSPgo from total failure then they’d be wise to do so. Recently, the price of a system dropped £65 to only £160 but is still struggling to in the retail market. And with constant rumours of a PSP2 on the horizon, the PSPgo needs all the help it can get.