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More PSP bundle goodness, this time with Madden NFL 11


12:40 PM on 08.02.2010
More PSP bundle goodness, this time with Madden NFL 11 photo



In attempt to bundle the PlayStation Portable with as many things as possible, as many times as possible, Sony has revealed the Madden 11 PSP Bundle. (Isn't "bundle" a great word?)

It's $169.99, and comes with a Black PSP-3000 and Madden NFL 11 for the PSP. And… yeah. That's about it, really. It's a decent deal, considering you'd pay $149.99 for the 3000 alone, and Madden NFL 11 for the PSP retails for $39.99. Who doesn't like saving money?

It's out on August 10, which is when Madden NFL 11 crushes retail on all platforms. Is there anyone out there for which Madden NFL 11 on PSP was the tipping point for buying Sony's handheld? If the answer is "yes," here's my follow: no, really?






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