New PSP Magazine

Today, a new PSP magazine “PSPages” has launched its first issue.

PSPages“PSPages was originally set up to bring gamers in the UK and Europe a downloadable magazine which they can enjoy reading on the PSP. The idea of such “magazines” is not an entirely new concept however we here at PSPages believe we are the first made by European gamers for European gamers. The reason we decided to make one for this particular area is simple. We are all in the UK and/or EU and know what the scene is like within these territories. Also take into consideration the fact that not all games released in Japan and America make it to European shores and you are left with a purpose. We aim to bring you the relevant news as and when it happens.

Our magazine will feature the latest news, previews and reviews as well as other PSP related stories. You can rest assured that the team behind the magazine has been carefully selected to bring you the most informative and factual information. Here at PSPages, we feel that if a game is poor, then you should know about it. There’s no point us giving good reviews for credit if the games are not up to standard. As well as the games, we will also review accessories available for the PSP such as cases, protectors and Memory sticks to help you find the right product when purchasing accessories for your handheld.

The launch issue of PSPages was set back so we could include news on the European launch of the PSP. Originally scheduled for a September 1st launch to coincide with the launch of the PSP, the magazine would have missed out on the chance to cover the launch. By delaying the launch for a week we were able to include reactions from game shops on how they think the launch went. Rest assured that when the mag is available for download, it will feature some of the most honest reviews you are ever likely to read.”

The official website of PSPages is [here].
The official download of the lanuch issue is [here].

You can get it from our PSP Download section [here].

Today, a new PSP magazine “PSPages” has launched its first issue.

PSPages“PSPages was originally set up to bring gamers in the UK and Europe a downloadable magazine which they can enjoy reading on the PSP. The idea of such “magazines” is not an entirely new concept however we here at PSPages believe we are the first made by European gamers for European gamers. The reason we decided to make one for this particular area is simple. We are all in the UK and/or EU and know what the scene is like within these territories. Also take into consideration the fact that not all games released in Japan and America make it to European shores and you are left with a purpose. We aim to bring you the relevant news as and when it happens.

Our magazine will feature the latest news, previews and reviews as well as other PSP related stories. You can rest assured that the team behind the magazine has been carefully selected to bring you the most informative and factual information. Here at PSPages, we feel that if a game is poor, then you should know about it. There’s no point us giving good reviews for credit if the games are not up to standard. As well as the games, we will also review accessories available for the PSP such as cases, protectors and Memory sticks to help you find the right product when purchasing accessories for your handheld.

The launch issue of PSPages was set back so we could include news on the European launch of the PSP. Originally scheduled for a September 1st launch to coincide with the launch of the PSP, the magazine would have missed out on the chance to cover the launch. By delaying the launch for a week we were able to include reactions from game shops on how they think the launch went. Rest assured that when the mag is available for download, it will feature some of the most honest reviews you are ever likely to read.”

The official website of PSPages is [here].
The official download of the lanuch issue is [here].

You can get it from our PSP Download section [here].

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