Sony has clarified that the latest price cuts of its PSP Go on its online store in the UK were the result of a "website error".
CVG had reported that Sony had slashed the price of the ailing handheld device for a second time in a month, having previously reducing the RRP from £225 to £169.99. According to the report, the device was now available for £129.
However now, the Japanese gaming giant has said that the second and most recent price cut was due to a website error and was not an official move.
Sony had earlier slashed the UK price of PSP Go by £65 due to sluggish sales. The Go having been unable to make a dent in the market in comparison to its predecessor the PSP Slim.
Earlier in November, a senior Electronic Arts executive had confirmed the existence of a PSP 2 to CVG. Sony is developing the new gaming console to come in the handheld market.