Is it worth i to buy a new slim model PSP?

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Jul 21, 2009
  1. Coolguy26
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    Newcomer Coolguy26 Member

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    I'm planning to get a psp

    Are psp's good? Does it have good graphics?

    Reason's please
     
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    Psp's has very good games and great graphics. It's a great media player as well as a great gaming machine.


    It is really a good investment.
     
  3. clegion

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    1. it have better graphic than ds
    2. without flash cart and all that it has better media capability
    3. for games i dunno what kind of games you play(can you read japanesse)
    4.get psp 2000 you can't permanently hack psp 3000
     
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    I've owned both a PSP and a NDS, so I think I can give you some pros and cons. Please be aware though, this is only OPINION.

    PSP

    Pros:
    - Better graphics.
    - Easier to navigate. Pictures, music, are more easily accessible.
    - More emulator support(from what I know)

    Cons:
    - Games are too big. Bigger games are split into 10-20 separate files.

    NDS

    Pros:
    - Downloading games are way less of a hassle.
    - Getting media on an NDS is really simple, as long as you're willing enough.
    - More community. I didn't realize how limited support for PSP hacking was until I found this forum.

    Cons:
    - Graphics not up to par with PSP.

    I would go ahead and say that PSP is more of a media oriented console, and NDS revolves more around games.

    All this being said, it still really depends on you. For me, I prefer the games that come out on NDS. I've also liked the homebrew on NDS more than PSP.
     
  5. DS1

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    That about sums it up. Also, if you like Gundam, get a PSP. DS has a few Gundam games, but PSPs are superior.
     
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    i own both psp and DS some fun rpg are on ds but not that many i can say about 20 are good on ds... for psp it have alot and all have good graphic have u try jeanne d arc that's sexy.
     
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    I don't see how that's a con, I'd rather download 10, 100MB, parts for a game than download a single 1 GB file. If the 1 GB file has an error during transfer, or corrupts mid-download, or gives a CRC error, you would have to download all of it all over again, rather than if 1, 100MB, file corrupts during download, or gives a crc error during the extraction process, you only have to download 100MB, instead of 1 GB.
     

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