DS/DS Lite - PSP - Both

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by al-ds, Sep 19, 2006.

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Which do you have

  1. DS or DS Lite

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  2. PSP

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  3. Both

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Sep 19, 2006

DS/DS Lite - PSP - Both by al-ds at 2:15 AM (5,949 Views / 0 Likes) 66 replies

  1. al-ds
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    Newcomer al-ds Member

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    Hey guys, just wanting to get an idea of who has what and so forth.

    I got both cause i like both, its that simple [​IMG] .

    They both have there good and bad points but they are both fun to play .
     


  2. Opium

    Former Staff Opium PogoShell it to me ™

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    Both, same reason as you [​IMG]
     
  3. throwingks

    Newcomer throwingks Advanced Member

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    Games are more fun on DS. Graphics don't make the game.
     
  4. dafatkid27

    Member dafatkid27 GBAtemp Fan

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    I can't afford a PSP, got a DS(tank [​IMG]) for Christmas the first year it came out. If I could afford a PSP, I'd get it purely for console emulation purposes. [​IMG]
     
  5. PineappleH

    Member PineappleH GBAtemp Regular

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    I own a DS Lite. I would want to get a PSP for its admirable graphic, but unfortunately I'm only one person and I'm quite limited money and time wise.

    Graphic is a kind of stimulator that increases ppl's interest in game. It has its important role in gaming.

    A game with all graphic and no gameplay is worthless.

    A game with all gameplay and no graphic is obsolete.
     
  6. mthrnite

    Former Staff mthrnite So it goes.

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    I love my DSlite, and ain't even thinking about a PSP until the playstation emulation comes out.
    I will buy anything that will run Incredible Crisis and Blasto!
     
  7. romeoondaline

    Member romeoondaline GBAtemp Fan

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    I too have both but i havent been playing wit my PSP for a while its my DS that gets all the atention now cuz of that M3 hehehe
    but i am thinking of getting that Mode chip for the PSP its looks really sweet
     
  8. al-ds
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    Newcomer al-ds Member

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    Good stuff [​IMG] .

    So you rate the M3?

    What version psp u got? [​IMG]
     
  9. yuwing

    Member yuwing GBAtemp Fan

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    i have plenty of girls wanting to play my DS .
     
  10. salv

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    I own a DsLite and 1.5 PSP,
    they both have there ups and downs but i love them equally.

    MGS PortableOps is gona own my soul though.
     
  11. Sick Wario

    Member Sick Wario Club Nintendo

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    I have no desire to help Sony push their proprietary formats (memory stick/UMD), and i do not want to play ports of PS2 games, i have a PS2 for that

    DS was the first handheld I ever wanted due to the touch feature. never had any other beside game gear in the 90s
     
  12. tama_mog

    Member tama_mog Kupo

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    I started with psp because of 1 reason, Initial D Street Stage. Then I researched about downgradability and got rid of my ta-082 and got another white non-ta082 that's now a 1.5. Then I got another black psp for the hell of it to use as a beater to go. Eventually (quickly), I got bored of the games on psp, just pretty to look at mostly. So then I tried hard to get a ds lite in Japan while I was there...and that was seriously impossible. This was when ds lites first were released in Japan right before Golden Week. Now I got 5 ds lites total and my psps collect dust. I just lost interest in psps after I defeated Bunta in Initial D.
     
  13. Orc

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    While the PSP game is fun in my opinion (and a money saver lol) I've enjoyed the arcade version more. I've stopped playing though when I see kids putting boogers on the steering wheel. Great.
     
  14. al-ds
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    [​IMG] ...

    Just like i read on a certain nintendo forum... "the ds games are smaller and you can fit more in a memory stick, so they are superior to psp" .... rightttttttttt hahahahahaha... stoopid arguments from kids. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]


    Its very interesting to see the poll stats, vote if you havent [​IMG]
     
  15. tama_mog

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    agreed, I love playing arcade stage 3 as well, but I don't exactly have time these days to go to an arcade. Just while I'm in planes or trains. Though if you want to talk about a real driving simulator, play Ferrari Challenge...most realistic driving sim I've ever played in the arcades and is loads of fun if you care about real driving.
     
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    Since I can't afford to get all systems, I have to make choices. I happened to choose the DS over the PSP because it is a lot less expensive, because it can play my GBA games, and because of Meteos. I'll be honest, I think that the DS is better than the PSP, but that doesn't make the PSP bad. If I could afford to get both, I would, but I can only do that if I decide not to get a Wii, which I'm not willing to do.
     
  17. legendofphil

    Member legendofphil Phil no Densetsu

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    I currently only have the DS, but I would get a PSP if I had the money.
    There isn't much that I want on the PSP, but everyone I know that has a PSP (which isn't many) is currently playing Lemmings which I would love to be ported to the DS but I can just as easily play it on my PC.
     
  18. Phasher99

    Newcomer Phasher99 Advanced Member

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    I have both, the psp gets quite boring after a while though...
     
  19. dice

    Former Staff dice pansy-ass ex-staff member

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    where's the neither option [​IMG]
     
  20. adgloride

    Member adgloride Its A Wii Wario

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    I have both. I own the DS and the DS lite, the DS I think is better built after having the lite for a while I've found I've got a lazy pixel. You can only see this on a black screen so its not too annoying. The PSP is great for a few games especially the driving games and they've also done a good job of lego star wars. Its just a shame the PSP has no originality games wise, the DS will beat the PSP on this everytime.
     

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