psp vs dsi

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  1. kenyab2009
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    ok guys which is the best when it comes to games and other entertainmen [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. p1ngpong

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    PSP is the best by miles! [​IMG]

    edit: just noticed you joined today and have 91 posts already, Christ [​IMG]
     
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    the gba because of its superior GBA video with its awesome selection and quality


    jk PSP is better multimedia-wise and DS has a lot more great games IMHO
     
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    In terms of graphics, clearly the PSP reigns, but there are a serious lack of games. I use my DS more than I do with my PSP, so I suppose the DS.
     
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    they both have their ups and downs i suppose...
     
  6. Opium

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    I enjoy my DSi more. PSP is a nice system though.
     
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    i also enjoy my dsi more its more unique if i might say
     
  8. Joe88

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    depends on the games, I have both and play the games I want
    right now im playing class of heros on psp as theres nothing good out now on DS

    but a hacked psp with cfw is an amazing device
    GB, GBC, GBA, NES, SNES, GEN, neo geo, (and soon n64, hopefully) as well as a bunch of other emulators running at full speed
     
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    true about the custom firmware on psp but the ds has tons of games coming out very soon go to nintendo.com to see them!
     
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    DSi (or Lite or whatever) by miles. I have a PSP and outside of a couple of games I rarely play it for anything but homebrew and PS1 games. DSi though has a ridiculous amount of fun games to play in almost every genre. Being a big RPG probably plays a big part to this as well.

    I guess the PSP has better GFX, but if there aren't enough good games there is little point. To be honest I can only think of one PSP game I am even looking forward to, which is Dissidia. On the DS there are at least a dozen or so coming out very soon that have my interest.
     
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    im also looking forward to dissidia but there is another for psp called kingdom hearts birth by sleep but ds games are so addicting and with so many titles coming out within the next month who could resist
     
  12. Joe88

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    I only see 3 worth while games

    Space Bust A Move
    7 Wonders II
    Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box

    I will just get the psp ver of 7 wonders II (aka: the bejewled knockoff) so really 2 comes until dec
    I have a felling C.O.R.E. will be junk though
    marker man adventures might be good but we will see...
     
  13. DarkLG

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    PSP I dont really like the Dsi.
     
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