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Will YOU legalize your PSP?

YES, now thereīs online content and games! 32 29.09%
 
YES, now I am a milionaire. 16 14.55%
 
NO, I donīt have money for games. 9 8.18%
 
NO, custom ROMs still work. 11 10.00%
 
NO, I donīt need online features. 16 14.55%
 
NO, fu!@# SONY!!! 26 23.64%
 
Total:110

Now PSP has great online content thru PSN.... great games as Little Big Planet with online features, Dirt 2, Gran Turismo, Metal Gear, etc...

I´ve got a original locked PSP and was wondering: should I install a custom ROM?

After doing some math... I realize: It´s not worth to unlock, I have a PS3 that isn´t unlocked and is great, I see all this online PSP content and games, maybe $120bucks to build up a great PSP game collection over 6 or 9 month can be achieved...

IF you OWN a PSP... what do you think about?  *SORRY, SORRY About my TERRIBLE english.



PSN: franco-br
MGS4, GH, MW2, GT5p, WipeoutHD, etc..etc..

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PSP Go... guess :)



MY HYPE LIST: 1) Gran Turismo 5; 2) Civilization V; 3) Starcraft II; 4) The Last Guardian; 5) Metal Gear Solid: Rising

Mines been legal since day one, though I only bought a few games new like Persona.



It's just that simple.

Legal one here too.I won't do the same mistake I did with my ds.Too many games to play too few to really enjoy.



Installing custom firmware isn't illegal...



Leo-j said: If a dvd for a pc game holds what? Crysis at 3000p or something, why in the world cant a blu-ray disc do the same?

ssj12 said: Player specific decoders are nothing more than specialized GPUs. Gran Turismo is the trust driving simulator of them all. 

"Why do they call it the xbox 360? Because when you see it, you'll turn 360 degrees and walk away" 

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Mine is legal too, and I have custom firmware.



I've got a old japanese psp1000 that is customed, it lets you change the o and x back to western style... remote play gets confusing. I've also got a few home-brew program on it and a psp 2000 which is unmodified and used mainly for my games. Customed PSP gives it a whole new reason to use it like the ipod apps
piracy is one of the main things killing the PSP, to do so would to be to shoot yourself in the foot..



i don't like pirating games. mine was normal from the start.



I live for the burn...and the sting of pleasure...
I live for the sword, the steel, and the gun...

- Wasteland - The Mission.

My two PSPs and my Go are legal, I mostly use them for multimedia content anyway and the few games I play are imports from Japan, so no need or will to pirate.



I'd never remove my CFW.