If you’re looking for a bargain Christmas gift for one of the kids, then this PSP bundle deal from Argos is well worth considering. For £136.99, Argos are offering a PSP 3000 hand held console along with Invizimals (plus camera) along with one selected game and a PSP Mega Accessories Kit. Probably the best game to go for out of the selection available - if you’re stuck – would be Little Big Planet (you also get a £10 Argos Voucher with this purchase).
- Click here to order PSP 3000, Invizimals (plus camera), one selected game and a PSP Mega Accessories Kit for £136.99 from Argos now.
Considering that the PSP 3000 is priced £136.99 just on its own from Argos this is a great deal (although cheapest according to price comparison comes in at £128.85 from Shopto.) Invizmals plus camera will set you back £17.96 at the least however, whilst the cheapest deal for Little Big Planet comes in at £15.99. So this deal allows you to make a massive saving - but if you’re interested, make sure to get in there before the offer expires on the 1st of December.
For those who have not heard about Invizimals on the PSP, the game is similar in some respects to Pokémon, but Invizimals actually allows the player to watch their monstors fight it out in the real world via the PSP Camera. The story behind the game begins with Kenichi: a Sony employee who has discovered that the PSP camera can detect life forms invisible to the human eye. The player is then supposedly roped in to help with his studies, and charged with coaxing these unusual critters out of hiding.
To do this the player will have to find triggers. For example one trigger could be something purple which you must zoom in on with the PSP camera in order to get the monster to appear. So the game is not just about battling the creatures, as simply catching them is a fun mini-game in itself. Ultimately however, the idea is to try and get the most powerful selection of Invizimals possible by entering battles and powering them up. Adults might find the game a bit of a laugh, but in the end, it’s the kids who are really going to appreciate it.
Thanks to bargainhunter2009 from Hotukdeals