Dutch retailer Nedgame has refused to stock and sell the PSPgo because of its high price and lack of retail games.
According to a statement published on its website, the company is unhappy that without a UMD drive it is not able to sell software for the download-only console, cutting out any second hand sales opportunities.
It also has issues with the high price of the new console – which retails in the region for EUR 249, compared to the PSP-3000's price point of EUR 169.
Nedgame also noted a discomfort with Sony creating a monopoly on the pricing of games for the system.
The PSPgo launches across Europe in October, with early adoptors able to download a free copy of Gran Turismo PSP.