UPDATE: Just bought one, and a few games.
I guess my PSP only came with a 32 MB memory stick, so I had to shell out $26 on Amazon for a 32GB stick.Also, the Wifi switch doesn't seem to work. I googled it, and this seems to be a common problem with the 1000 model. Oh well, still worth the $50 I paid for it.
I've never owned a PSP before. There's quite a few PSP games I've been wanting to play over the years, but the hardware just looks iffy to me. The analog nub looks dated and painful to use. I know it has a disc based system. That's bad on battery life. Load screens are a no no. The memory stick makes it cost extra.
I'm interested in the following games...
Jean D' Arc PURCHASED!
Valkyria Chronicles 2 PURCHASED!
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together PURCHASED!
Tales of Eternia
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep PURCHASED!
Crisis Core FF7 PURCHASED!
Ys Oath in Felgana
Ys Chronicles PURCHASED!
Trails in the Sky
Trails in the Sky 2
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops PURCHASED!
Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker PURCHASED!
God of War Chains of Olympus
God of War Ghost of Sparta PURCHASED!
Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror PURCHASED!
Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow PURCHASED!
Last edited by Cerebralbore101 - on 13 March 2019
Anyway, what do you guys think? Should I plan on getting one? I don't think I'd be able to stand 30 second loading screens in 2019. UPDATE: PSP can install games to the memory stick from disk to kill loading times, and save battery life! WHY DIDN'T ANYONE MENTION THIS? I WOULD HAVE BOUGHT A PSP A DECADE AGO IF I KNEW THIS!!! The analog nub needs to at least be as good as the 3DS analog stick for me to be able to play with it consistently. Finally, can the PSP be played while plugged in?
NES, SNES, Genesis, PS1, PS2, GBA, GameCube, Wii, PS3,
Wii -U, PS4, Switch, and PC.