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Sony serves up PSP storage and game bundle pack

4GB or 8GB with your backhand

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If you want a 4GB or 8GB Memory Stick Pro Duo for your PSP, then you’ll have to play ball. Or, more specifically, Smash Court Tennis 3.

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Sony's Memory Stick Pro Duo and game bundle pack

The company’s European Recording Media and Energy Division has unveiled bundle packs containing either capacity card, which both have minimum write and read speeds of 15Mbps and 160Mbps, respectively.

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4GB or 8GB cards will ship alongside Smash Court Tennis 3

Smash Court Tennis 3 is latest instalment in the series and pits players against 16 pro tennis players, including Roger Federer.

Sony claimed updates include the ability to customise items, such as racquets and clothing, and to practice tennis skills in various game modes, such as arcade and pro tour.

Both bundles are available across Europe now, but Sony hasn’t served up any UK pricing yet. The company’s also deemed that both bundles will only be around for a limited time too, so you’d better get moving.

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