PSM2 nets exclusive Virtua Tennis 2 carry strap for PSP
Fantastic racket as magazine serves up covermounted accessory
14/09/05: Future's PSM2 celebrates the launch of Sony's PlayStation Portable handheld with a fantastic free gift, an exclusive Sega Virtua Tennis/PSM2 carry strap.
Covermounted with the October issue of the magazine, the carry strap is an ultra-limited edition white carry strap designed for use with the PSP. Featuring the PSM2, Sega and Virtua Tennis 2 logos - the strap is the ultimate personalisation for fans of the top-tennis game, described by PSM2 as "the best PSP game ever!"
With the PSP now on sale in the UK, the October issue of PSM2 is crammed with the latest PS2 games reviews: FIFA Vs Pro Evo 5, Burnout Revenge, Total Overdose and FIFA 2006. The magazine also contains recent PSP news with Grand Theft Auto on PSP hands-on, plus Burnout Legends reviewed and up-to-the minute PlayStation 3 facts.
Daniel Griffiths, Editor of PSM2 said:
"With news that the PSP has sold over 185,000 consoles in its UK launch weekend, we can safely say this is one of the biggest phenomenons in gaming yet. With so many of these wonder handhelds now with UK gamers - you can buy PSM2 and do your bit to make your console stand out from the crowd. Virtua Tennis 2 is a fantastic game and we are delighted to work with Sega to deliver our readers this great PSP accessory for free."
Alongside the PSP carry strap, the magazine also includes the essential monthly covermounted DVD, packed with hands-on footage, reviews and the latest gaming videos including SSX, Resident Evil 5 on PlayStation 3 and King Kong.
The October issue of PSM2 is on sale 24th September with a coverprice of £3.99.
For more information please Caroline Pike, Communications Executive on 01225 732235
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