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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by smile72, Mar 6, 2012.
It's so beautiful. I would marry that PSP!!!!!!
I must say, that really is a pleasant color for the PSP. If I had interest in one, I'd maybe try getting it...if I had the money for it, anyway.
I don't know why, but I remember seeing a PSP with a color-scheme that looked exactly like this one.
Also hooray for the Pusp not being fully dead~
the back is beautiful while at the same time the front is fugly.
Well at least not the worst we've seen from Sony/Nintendo limited editions
Interesting that they're still making new limited editions for the PSP-3000. I'd have thought that the PSV would be their main focus, even with limiteds.
yeah, definitely not the worst *cough*dragon quest 3ds *cough*
I prefer black.
I kind of prefer this color over black...
If it's not like the superior Monster Hunter PSP, it's not worth it.
This looks sexy.
If it had the same color front and back (better color is back) then it would have been even better
the outdated version of the game o please
I'm not talking about the game, I'm talking about the limited edition Monster Hunter 3000 PSP which has a superior analog and better battery.
this is one of the many reasons why i love monster hunter.
Hm. I shouldn't use that word.
But... it looks gay.
Sorry to myself and all other gays.
wait, are you saying that there's a limited edition PSP with DIFFERENT HARDWARE configurations? else, why would it have "superior" analog and "better" battery than the others?
yes im saying that.
Edit: Veho he should Google it himself >:C
Huh. Well I be damned. But then again, they just did a concave nub instead of the original convex, and batteries are available third party so... not exactly very different. at least, not what i had in mind.
And no, I won't google it because i'm not really interested in it. it just hadn't occurred to me that there'd be a modified PSP-3000 out there.
on a different note, it's crazy how much influence those guys that do Monster Hunter at Capcom have on Nintendo and Sony... i mean, Sony let them do actual hardware modifications, while Nintendo let them design an entirely new accessory that vastly improves control options. If that's not serious string-pulling in action, then i don't know what it is. And yes, i believe it was Monster Hunter 3G that led to the CPP's design and eventual production. probably part of a non-negotiable term on Capcom's side of the table.