Question about Sony PSP (Piano Black)
You have a few options depending on how much you want to spend. I'll start with the safest means and degress:
1) EB Games or GameStop.
They check each system as they come in for errors/bugs and determine if they're suitable to sell. Each used system comes with a 30 day waranty so that if ANYTHING is wrong with it, no questions asked, they'll refund your money.
2) Local video game stores.
Yes, they are tiny and seem a little shady; but they cannot, by law, sell you a product that doesn't work properly. Most also offer some kind of waranty with their systems.
Not the best option, but here you can physically see the item and if the owner lets you, test it before you buy it. Sometimes in this case you'll get a few free games with it. Think of it this way: would you rather spend 299 on a brand new one and $30-$50 per game, or would you spend $100 on a used one and get a few games with it?
Personally, I hate Ebay but I've known some people to score massive savings on next-to-perfect items; it's worth a shot.
Let me know how it works out for you!
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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