decisions decisions...

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  1. (TYranitarFReak)

    (TYranitarFReak) New Member

    So, after toying around with my friend's PSP, i just fell in <3 with it. I wanna have it, but I need to know what it can do and how to download songs/games/movies/take pics/get online etc.

    At the same time, i would <3 to get a phone as well, but I wouldnt have enough money for both. So Nokia Engage popped outta my mind. It can play games AND is a phone. But the problem is, nokia engage's game isnt as good as PSP games.....

    gimme some ideas, I'll be so glad for your help.
  2. eI_at10s

    eI_at10s New Member

    Get the phone.
    There's not a lot of fun you could have with the PSP without buying hundred-dollar memory cards.
  3. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    :eek: Nokia n-Gage?! That thing is awful for games! The screen is about the size of an early iPod nano's and there is hardly any support for it! Actually, there are currently no games in production for it, that taco died a LONG time ago. I say that phones are just not fit for gaming; they have too many buttons and too small buttons. I got a PSP about two years ago and it is one of my favorite systems ever. It does so much awesome stuff, but the best thing is something most people don't ever try: Custom firmware (but install it at your own risk if you ever do it). It is pretty easy to put data onto the PSP. All you have to do is put the stuff with the correct file extensions in the correct folders that are clearly labeled. You need Wi-Fi to connect online. You will also need to buy a cable to connect it to your computer through USB. I think the only way to take pics with it would to buy the Japanese kit somewhere online. About videos, PSP can only play .mp4 format and UMD Video discs. I hope that helped!

    Reply to eI_at10s: Memory is CONSTANTLY going down in price. When I got my 1 GB stick two years ago, it cost a whopping $130 US. I just checked eBay and the price has gone down to a Buy it now of about $15 shipping included (for the same size memory stick)! Big difference huh? The memory cards even get much bigger than that too! A lot of phones also use memory cards.
  4. desert eagle

    desert eagle New Member

    a 2 gb mem card is like $20 online

    Find a 1.5 version PSP, or one that can downgrade, and get a cheap 2gb mem card and you can download. My only real game is the Gretzky game that came with the PSP.

    SPARTA New Member

    Get a DS, the N-Gauge is a waste of money
    The PSP is a good option if you are made of money (or if you have a DS already)
  6. desert eagle

    desert eagle New Member

    yeah i agree too, DS+R4 is only like $200 total, and its alot easier to download games to play on DS, since the R4 is just so easy to set up
  7. B_B_C

    B_B_C New Member

    Buy a phone.
  8. Marril

    Marril New Member

    The PSP is a good option if you're willing to mod it, or are deeply interested in some of the games for it.
  9. (TYranitarFReak)

    (TYranitarFReak) New Member

    Yea, of course, im so interested with the games like tekken DR, burnout, GTA, etc (is DOA available??:rolleyes:).

    I wonder what the internet connection can really do; did they mean some games can be played through the intenet or It actually works like a pC, allowing me to even access pokegym?!

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