Gaming retailer GameStop seem to have placed their foot down in terms of their PSP games inventory, actually reducing the number of PSP games on sale to zero in 25% of their stores. According to Kotaku, a GameStop representative actually told them this, “The consolidation is occurring to maximize the merchandising space in the smallest 25% of stores. It will also provide a greater assortment in those stores that will continue to carry the category.” This could very well be an indicator from an outsider that the Sony PSP is well on its way to the happy hunting grounds of old consoles in the US, which can be quite the fair assessment considering how Sony has already released the PS Vita earlier this year. Not to say that the PS Vita has been doing gangbusters either in terms of sales, but you can only hang around so long before you start to outlive your usefulness.

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