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Hi there
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I'm cry0m0nk3h... yeah its a stupid nick i know but its the best i can think of atm
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My hobbies are:
Smack ma bitch up! (for prodigy fans it means listening to music)
Telling ppl with a psp that the DS owns it.
Having discussions with people that the Snes was a revolutionary console and that Sega's Megadrive was quite stupid.
And other more intelligent stuff
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depends on the price
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Naw i just play cs once an a while.. gives you enough inspiration to think of totally useless nicks
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Yes, the Snes > megadrive would be a nice arguement. 10 years ago. I can pick both of them up for under £20 nowadays. I'm sure you saying that the GBA > PSP is a bit harsh as it's not out yet outside Japan. Have you played it? Then I can agree with your arguement more.
 

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A friend of mine imported a psp from japan, belive me it cost him quite the "euro".
Oh and i made a mistake it should be DS>PSP
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I'm sorry, i'll correct it.
I prefer the DS, the reason is quite simple: The DS has 2 screens.
This opens a whole new world of gaming. That's the kind of stuff i like about ninendo. Like the bongo's on the gamecube, they might look useless but it opens whole new ways to make games and make it. It challenges game designers.
 

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A friend of mine imported a psp from japan, belive me it cost him quite the "euro".
Oh and i made a mistake it should be DS>PSP
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I'm sorry, i'll correct it.
I prefer the DS, the reason is quite simple: The DS has 2 screens.
This opens a whole new world of gaming. That's the kind of stuff i like about ninendo. Like the bongo's on the gamecube, they might look useless but it opens whole new ways to make games and make it. It challenges game designers.
Ah, ok then. I agree that the DS is almost like a fashion trend setter trying something REALLY different and unnormal. I can think that when they said "touch technology" and "dual screen", I thought
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. Now the more I hear about it, the more I think, hey, could be onto a winner. But at the end of the day, it's all about the games. I'm close to disowning Nintendo for rehashing games. But still have hope for the emulation purposes for the DS. While the PSP has no games I like but I want one for the multimedia purposes of it.
 

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Well yes the PSP games are on UMD cards. You can watch movies on it but it has to be on an UMD card. The question now is, what media types does it support. And how can you burn an UMD card, do you need to buy a whole new writer for it?

As far as i've seen of the DS the games are on Secure digital cards. That makes piracy for DS games really easy
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Well yes the PSP games are on UMD cards. You can watch movies on it but it has to be on an UMD card. The question now is, what media types does it support. And how can you burn an UMD card, do you need to buy a whole new writer for it?

As far as i've seen of the DS the games are on Secure digital cards. That makes piracy for DS games really easy
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This is where being rich comes in handy a bit. You buy a memory stick duo and you can convert AVI to a file playable on the PSP. Luse has the converter in his sig.
 

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Well yes the PSP games are on UMD cards. You can watch movies on it but it has to be on an UMD card. The question now is, what media types does it support. And how can you burn an UMD card, do you need to buy a whole new writer for it?

As far as i've seen of the DS the games are on Secure digital cards. That makes piracy for DS games really easy
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Actually you can watch your own videos on the PSP via the Memory Stick. You don't have to write to a UMD to watch media. It might help out your argument that the DS is better if you knew some facts about the PSP, so you might want to read Luse's review of the PSP.

Review @ Kentia Hall
 
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