Feb 22, 2013

PSP by Jusomeone at 7:22 PM (528 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Jusomeone
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    Newcomer Jusomeone Member

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    after some years with my DS i was thinking of getting a PSP.
    i never really had any experience with it and my question is :
    is the analog stick comfortable for mature hands?
    will i break my thumb with it or is it nice enough?
    thanks
     
  2. RyanHwang

    Newcomer RyanHwang Member

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    I dont know how ur finger size is but i never heard that someone break their own psp cuz they have some fingers problem lol.
    dont worry about.
     
  3. Jusomeone
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    Newcomer Jusomeone Member

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    im talking about breaking my finger :)
     
  4. RyanHwang

    Newcomer RyanHwang Member

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    haha dont worry.
     
  5. Kouen Hasuki

    Member Kouen Hasuki Kouen the Cyber Husky

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    It takes a little getting used to as you slide it rather than tilting but its fine for me
     
  6. Guerillaz

    Newcomer Guerillaz Advanced Member

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    I find the PSP analog stick more comfortable than a 3DS one. I have been a PSP owner since the PSP 1000 released so I have seen a lot. The only thing to be wary of is when you play games like Monster Hunter. You will have to use the infamous "claw hand" configuration. That is not the analog stick's fault though.


    *Side note: PS Vita has the best analog sticks on a portable though.
     

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