Just got a PSP-1000, hacked it.

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  1. Anacobra
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    Oy, oy. Got a PSP that can run homebrew, blahblahstuff goes here. SO. I noticed that little recommended homebrew thing for the PSP is horribly out of date and I was wondering if anyone would mind suggesting some? Doesn't matter what, applications, emulators, or homebrew games... I wanna try this thing out! :o Thanks.
     
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    I2aven's_Sag GBATemp Otaku

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    Ultimate PSP Tube, press select to sort websites, Megapronz seems to be the fastest. [​IMG]
     
  5. Jolan

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    Cave Story for the PSP.
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    Go!Tube is better IMO. Less bugs.

    I don't really know about other PSP homebrew except emulators, so I can't help you.
     
  7. Anacobra
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    Anacobra GBAtemp Regular

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    I couldn't get PSP Tube to work but, Go!Tube seems to work perfectly. 8D Thanks for the suggestion.

    If you have any emulator suggestions, I'm all ears.
     
  8. Jolan

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    There's a sticky about emulators, and the list is huge, which is why I prefer my PSP to my DS.