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 Written by John Scalzo  on June 01, 2010

News: Including Gran Turismo, Assassin's Creed and more... but only if you live in Europe.



If you live in Europe and you're in the market for a PSP Go, does Sony have a deal for you. Everyone that purchases the UMD-less handheld after April 1, 2010 will receive ten free games. And these aren't just bargain bin castoffs, these are some of the best games the PSP platform has to offer.

After purchasing a PSP Go system and downloading a new PSP Go theme, players will receive a download voucher code in their email for the following games:

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
  • Assassins Creed II: Bloodlines
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
  • Gran Turismo
  • James Cameron's Avatar
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • MotorStorm: Arctic Edge
  • Need For Speed: Shift
  • Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
  • Wipeout Pure

    More information on this promotion can be found at Sony Europe's official website.



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