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Sony launches PSP
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tengeta tengeta said:

Ah man... what potential we all saw in the PSP back then. It had it all too, Sony just locked it up one update at a time.

slh28 slh28, TechSpot Paladin, said:

Wow, can't belive the PSP is already 5 years old, I still remember I got mine for £190 on the day of release, plus £100 for a memory stick... Still works great but it hasn't seen much play recently due to the lack of good games.

Richy2k9 said:

hello ...

happy birthday PSP

humm, that mini laser is cool, where can i get one ?

hummm, no porn, OMG there will be zombies everywhere then, please don't do that!

cheers!

Thompson said:

Poor PSP, you could have been great but Sony didn't ever want you.

That laser burnt the damn wings off the mosquito, holy mother of god, that's an awesome laser.

No porn would make the world simultaneously awesome and horrifying.

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