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Game Deals: PSP Drops Price, FFXIII Special Offers

Yeah, we all want STUFF. But "stuff" usually costs money so in order to satisfy your purchasing desires, you often have to be clever and observant.

This weekend, if you plan to drop some cash on gaming "stuff," you should probably know that the PSP-3000 has fallen $20 at GameStop, as evidenced by this Gamestop flyer. You can now snag the core unit for only $149.99, which isn't a bad deal considering the PSP Go still sits at an unhealthy $249.99. Besides, the PSP's library really has blossomed over the past couple of years. Then you've got the Final Fantasy XIII deals at GameStop and other retailers: you can pick up the new epic RPG for only $20 at GameStop when you trade in "two select PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii games;" make sure you check the list before trying it. Most GameStops are also doing a midnight launch for the game, as are other retailers, as noted by Gamer Deals. Select Best Buys will be doing a midnight launch or if you opt to pre-order FFXIII from Amazon, you can pick up an extra $10 to a future purchase. Walmart is offering the same deal; they'll give you a $10 gift card with your FFXIII pre-order.

It's nothing too momentous, but at least any of these deals will save you a bit of cash. Personally, I'm still waiting to write the news article that says Sony has come to their senses and dropped the price of the PSP Go...

Related Game(s): Final Fantasy XIII

3/6/2010 10:44:01 AM Ben Dutka

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