Gaming Need help with psp purchase

ryukyus

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Lately Psp have been coming out with some games that I really want to play, and some upcoming ones like kingdom hearts and Final fantasy Dissidia in August, I need some help with purchasing a psp slim preferably, but I also want to get it modded, I also what to know all the things that I need to mod it,and where to buy them at a good price, and also if you guys knew a good store online where I could buy the psp, a detailed list of what I need,and a couple of links where to buy them would be very helpful. THX
 

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Go to ebay, purchase a PSP that has a non-working UMD drive (it'll be cheaper, and you don't need the UMD drive unless you plan on purchasing games and if that's the case you can buy a new UMD drive from dealextreme.com for $15), then either make, or purchase a pandora battery + magic memory stick. You can make the pandora battery and magic memory stick pretty easily, just follow online tutorials (google will help you with that).
 

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