Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 16 Mar 2010.
It's Sony. Surprised?
Codemasters' shouldn't be doing anything other than making a decent F1 game for the PC/PS3/360. Until then they can stfu.
The launch was botched - having to perform a firmware update the moment you got it home - or rather, after you'd charged the battery - was a real pain, and it takes ages to get content onto the PSP due to the slow wireless.
That said, once the content is on, it's great. Lovely screen, compact design and generally a fantastic platform. Just a load of hassle to get set up.
Lost his marbles when he mentions the iPad.
"b*****king" What? Is that even offensive? I'm confused...
didnt think blinking was a bad word
yeah i didn't know, whats wrong with burger king?
When this was announced I dismissed it. Already have a PSP which is passable for movies on the go and alright with games. Netbook takes up bag space and movies on the go now. no need for a handheld games console.
iPad? really? When did codemasters just give up on real gaming?
Better off getting a normal PSP Slim TBH.
People who are confused as to what the mystery word is (I was ), check the URL of the Eurogamer page that is linked to.
"a b*****king waste of space" ??/
Who puts "ing" on the end of that word..... ever..... seriously? Normal people would says "it's b*****ks.
I dunno, if I could choose between having my kids exposed to 'teh BAD SWEARS!!1!' or crappy fast food joints, I think I'd pick the former. Although at least Burger King taste a damn site better than most.
I've never owned a PSP, so I can't make an on-topic post. Sorry.
My PSP Slim was a mind saver when I was stuck down with the flu for a week last summer.
It doesn't fill me with much confidence in the VP and his company if he had to get technical support just to use a PSP, it ain't rocket science.
+rep for you Sir!
Gotta say I love my PSP Slim - never use the wireless for anything other than firmware updates (I cracked it, so that's the easiest way of doing so); I have USB cables and card readers for when I want to put proper things on it.
Still never seen an actual PSP Go, so they look to have been about as popular as I was anticipating.
Whats his problem??
Its so simple to download games, it cant be simpler. You log into the Playstation store on the PSP, pick a game to add to cart and then select download.
When downloaded you go to the memory card and play the game? a 2 year old can do it. I have the original phat 1000 PSP from day one and bought 14 games from PSN.
I bet he didnt even read the instructions.
and nobody can answer what b*****king supposed to mean.... lol....
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