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PSP Game Cases

Platform : Sony PSP
2.5 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Includes 2 game cases - Each game case holds 3 UMD games
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Product Description

Take your games on the go with Intec's PSP Game Cases. These cases are designed specifically for Sony's new UMD (Universal Media Disc) game disc format. A custom fit keeps your games protected and scratch-free!

Product Information

ASIN B0007IRSD2
Release date June 15, 2006
Customer Reviews
2.5 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #57,289 in videogames
#109 in Video Games > Sony PSP > Accessories > Cases & Storage
#24,361 in Video Games > Accessories
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 9.5 x 5.5 x 1.2 inches
Media: Video Game
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Don't waste your time and definitely not your money on these sub-par game cases! While its true that they will hold exactly three psp games each, the metal pin which serves as the hinge breaks with ease. If your looking for a storage case for your PsP games, an Altoids or Icebreakers Breath Mints tin will work just fine- they also hold up to three games perfectly! I would definitely recommend those as game storage alternatives much sooner than I ever would the INTEC game case.
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I don't know what the other reviewers who do not like these cases are complaining about. If scratches are a problem and if you want to trade your games, why did you buy them in the first place? I haven't had any problem with breakage. Maybe you shouldn't throw them around. They're not made of titanium. If you want something that works, these will do. If you want bullet proof, Keep shopping.
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True, the Altoids Sours tins work fine to hold 3 UMDs, but there is also extra room inside the tin and the games can move around. It doesn't bother me, but some people might not like it. In any case, these Intec game holders work perfectly fine-- I have had them for over a year now, and they still do the job. Each case (you get 2) holds 3 UMDs. I've taken these with me everywhere, and just thrown them into my bag. No damage.
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I used the gum altoid tins for my ds games when it first came out. When I got my psp I thought about doing the same with the larger cases, but I didn't think the games would fit, and now that I read previous reviews, I tried it and it works perfectly :D way better than the case because it's cheaper and you get candy :D
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I rarely opened my cases, but both of mine lost the pins that hold the lid on within a few weeks. So now the lids don't stay on, making them useless if you want to take them anywhere.
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The Ice Breaker tins may work well, but they are difficult to open making it difficult to change UMD's if you don't have a lot of patience.

Two cases that hold 3 games each for $5? A good deal if you ask me. Ice Breaker tins are $1.75 each and you can really only hold 2 UMD's per case (3 tightly), that's $5.25 plus candy you may not want, then add in the aggrivation factor since they're difficult to open.... well just forget about it... it's not worth it.
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I've also had the issue with the pins, which secure the lid,falling out; perhaps this is why intec now has another version with a lid that rotates, no experience with that one, but these have a short shelf life, although I suppose you could attach the lids by duct tape after the pins fall out.
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