promotes the DSi

“Let’s check out the official website for that lovely PSPgo, oooh, a DSi.”

It seems like Britain has done it again, many people are curious about the PSPgo, so they will most probably see if Sony have made a website for it, anyone who has done this will already know that won’t want to make you buy one, however, it will try its best to ensure you order a DSi before you navigate away from the page.

The website was registered by a fan of the DSi (obviously a big fan if he/she has gone to this trouble) and the website advertises everything the DSi has to offer. There are even links that will re-direct you to Nintendo’s official site. The site’s design is surprisingly professional looking, and alot of work has been put into this website, the website even has its own newsletter.dsi1_sc

While many people are saying  “Oh no, Sony won’t like this at all” and then laugh, Sony probably won’t have a problem, as they will just make the website something along the lines of and from there you select where you are from, and will re-direct you to This being said, the website was very convincing for me, I started having thoughts about how much better the DSi seems, so Sony might lose quite a few consumers in Britain because of this, or not.

Visit the website for yourself, and tell me what you think by posting a comment below.

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  1. Unfortunately for him the name pspgo is still a trademark of Sony and as far as I know with domain names and ownership rights to the domain Sony can pretty much F this guy. Maybe not for putting the DSi on his website but for the domain name (its like registering and saying its a website for cocaine addicts.. Coke is still going to take you to court for it and win).

  2. As far as I’m aware, what Gamer Sydrome says is true. This site looks pretty good though, I could actuallly think it was a nintendo officially designed site if I hadn’t read this article or the domain name. Clearly, some people have too much time on their hands…

  3. That’s what happens when you don’t buy the domain name first. Shame on Sony for not taking the initiative. I mean, basic stuff man!

    Well, they do have .com, but is still pretty popular in the… I dunno, the United Kingdom?

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