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 Mar 27, 2006 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* PSOne out of production

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Playstation2/Sony
You can still buy them and the secondary market won't die anytime quick (though most old Playstation titles are now bargain-bin fare at Gamestop and similar stores), but Sony's officially not making any more PSOne's.

And of course, you can probably buy them all again for your PSP:

Even if original PlayStation systems and games are becoming slim pickings in the US, gamers likely won't be going without for long. As part of its PlayStation Business Briefing 2006, Sony last week announced that it is working on an emulator that would allow gamers to play PS titles on the PSP. Details haven't been released yet, but Sony Computer Entertainment president Ken Kutaragi said the games would be digitally distributed.

 

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