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You can buy UMD disks to watch movies on your PSP. You can also get files off of the Internet and convert them if you so choose. Just remember that copyright laws are good things to pay attention to when doing this. Make sure the clips you get are in the public domain.
Learning how to connect PSP to internet can be easy to do if you have the right directions. Make sure you know how before you try to do it. Get the most information when you look at the step by step guide here.
Turn the PSP into the ultimate Wi-Fi scanner with free homebrew. Have your PSP vocally alert you when a new Wi-Fi network is detected. Determine the signal strength and location of the network on the go. The PSP in combination with a car charger makes the ultimate Wi-Fi scanner.
Use the PSP as an N64 Emulator and enjoy your favorite classic games on the go, such as Mario 64. Enjoy a full library of N64 games right on your PSP with no need for additional hardware or expensive programs. The free and easy to download emulator found here is a great homebrew tool.
The PSP is a great handheld gaming system, but it has the potential to be so much more. Listening to music and playing games are nice features, but there’s just something special about having a portable video collection. This guide will show you how to do it.
It is amazing how often people ask How Do I Transfer Music from my PC to my PSP, fortunately we have a quick and simple guide for even the most novice of PC users. Follow these simple steps to transfer music from your PC to PSP in Minutes.
Traditional role-playing games are hard to find for Sony’s Portable Console, but there are plenty of action-adventure role-playing games available and a few standard ones. The limited selection of games for the hand-held system necessitates a limited selection.
3D is all the rage in movie theaters, but the V-SCREEN brings it up close and personal. Forget about special games and special glasses too – all you need to do is place the PSP inside of the V-SCREEN’s case and lower the patent-pending lens to start playing in 3D.
Those who think that any foreign PSP games must be better than its US counterpart need to take a second look before buying an import. Sure there’s a lot of PSP games that never get converted into American versions, but sometimes the reason is because they’re just not good enough.
Some of the best video games for the PSP never make it to US gamers. But that doesn’t mean going without – just buy an import game and play it like mad. Sure that means a few compromises, but who ever said that fun didn’t come with a price?
The mobility of a hand held game console like the PSP means that gaming can go with you anywhere. But it also means that dirt, dust and all kinds of muck can come along for the ride. Taking care of your PSP and your PSP games will insure that it gives you years of gaming fun.
Unbound Saga for the PSP starts out as an entertaining, but violent, adventure with great artwork that grabs your eyes and doesn’t let go for the first hour. Beyond this point the game play and combat become dull and boring and you start to notice how weak the sound effects and sound track