Best method for full screen games with PSP Go?

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Sep 14, 2012
  1. MarcusRaven
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    A while back, I found a cable that had a converter box built into it that would let games output fullscreen. The cable was later updated for the PSP Go. Every time I look at the page for this product, its always out of stock and doesn't seem like its ever coming back.

    So what's currently the most reliable method to get full-screen games from the PSP Go?
     
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    I hear that the LKV 8000 is good for PSP gaming on the big screen, irrespective of Go or not.
     
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    What about FuSa SD? It's full screen and it's free - no complaints, eh? ;)
     
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    Isn't Fusa only for the 2K/3K?
     
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    Just google'd it up - apparently it "works, with occasional glitches", aka "doesn't work as intended". Shame.
     
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    Too bad the PSP doesn't have reliable TV-out without limitations... that's one thing that could have made it an even better emulation handheld.
     

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