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post #21 of 49
Quote:
Originally Posted by nathris View Post
Internet Phone + Clumsy Web browser + Limited Music + UMD Videos + Few decent PSP games + Boring PSX games + NES games + GBA games + Unplayable N64 games + 1080p TV output + Wi-Fi = PSP aka - epic paperweight/dust collector

touch screen + games worth playing on the go + ultra durable + wifi + cheaper + nes games + gba games + snes games = DS


But if what you're really looking for is music and movies then just get an 8GB iPod touch. It would end up costing around the same as the PSP once you figure in the memory stick, it would be more durable, play better music and movies, has a much better web browser, and potential for games as well.
UMD videos? who uses the UMD on a homebrew PSP^^
but to not start a flame war when the thread is still stable.
PSP>DS in compability to other stuff once homebrew
DS>PSP in selection of games(no Homebrew PSP)
DS>PSP in battery life (on original batteries)
PSP>DS in overal image quality (graphics, resolution), but not as bright as the DS

Crapy PSX(PS... not PSX, it's PS) games? then you haven't had any good PS games before...
Good PS games:
Final Fantasy 1-9
Soul Blade
MGS
Suikoden 1-2
XenoGears
Lunar :Silver Star Story Complete
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue
Chrono Cross
Resident Evil 1-3
Grandia
Silent Hill
Tekken 3 (Gon with the wind FTW)

DS do we have to? ok.. every GBA game, GBC? if GBC works that's awesome then DS can play the epic MGS:Ghost Babel, still the PSP have a fully working GBC/GB emulator (GBA still needs some performance boasts).

I Hope I made a good post and not started a war with this.
My fav is PSP but that's my taste.
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post #22 of 49
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Originally Posted by nathris View Post
Internet Phone + Clumsy Web browser + Limited Music + UMD Videos + Few decent PSP games + Boring PSX games + NES games + GBA games + Unplayable N64 games + 1080p TV output + Wi-Fi = PSP aka - epic paperweight/dust collector

touch screen + games worth playing on the go + ultra durable + wifi + cheaper + nes games + gba games + snes games = DS


But if what you're really looking for is music and movies then just get an 8GB iPod touch. It would end up costing around the same as the PSP once you figure in the memory stick, it would be more durable, play better music and movies, has a much better web browser, and potential for games as well.
you sir are EPIC lulz
First off, with homebrew - there is no limited music. You can play any music you want to with homebrew bub.

What are you talking about "UMD Videos"?

Few decent PSP games. There are about 20 good ones worth playing. Ive yet to play a dozen good ones on the DS. Of which about 5 of them were modernizations/ports.

Boring PSX games? ROFLMAO! That's the best thing I've ever heard. You sir, do not know what you are talking about. The PSX is technically where all the good games started from, and all the classics reside.

There ARE playable N64 games. Super Smash Bros. works perfectly fine on me. A tiny slowdown here and there. It's not the PSP, its the emulator.


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crappy/not very fun to use while moving touch screen + very few games worth playing on the go + not very durable (Slim version) + crappy, barely works and doesn't support WPA encryption wifi + not alot more cheaper + horrible emulators that barely work and crash on multiple games with tons of slow downs nes games + gba games + snes games = DS a.k.a baby's toy
I can do it too
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post #23 of 49
If you prefer the good games for the DS (Mario stuff, Advanced Wars, Phoenix Wright games) then go with a DS, judging by what you say a PSP would probably serve you better, as it's designed to be a PMP. The DS is not.

Personally, I have a DS because I prefer the games on it. I don't think either platform is very exciting in all honesty, game-wise at the moment.
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post #24 of 49
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If you prefer the good games for the DS (Mario stuff, Advanced Wars, Phoenix Wright games) then go with a DS, judging by what you say a PSP would probably serve you better, as it's designed to be a PMP. The DS is not.

Personally, I have a DS because I prefer the games on it. I don't think either platform is very exciting in all honesty, game-wise at the moment.
you're right (by game libraries) but games like DMC start rolling out for the PSP - it'll be a done deal.
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DS's get quite a bit more useful when they have an R4 cart...
    
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DS's get quite a bit more useful when they have an R4 cart...
Pfft. All you lot coming in so late to the game and buying these fancy things. I remember when I had to buy a passme and GBAMP, flash the DS, those were the days.
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Get a psp and a 4gb memory stick. Google psp homebrew and your good to go.
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Get a psp and a 4gb memory stick. Google psp homebrew and your good to go.
You forgot the part where you need an already homebrew-enabled PSP unless you are lucky enough to get an old one with v1.5 firmware.


I guess its all about individual taste. I know quite a few people who have had PSPs and not a single person that actually used it for more than a few weeks after they bought it. Having to wait minutes just to get into a game really ruins the whole sense of portability, and on average PSP games are the kind you need to devote your whole attention span to playing. I actually laughed when they announced the TV out on the slim, because it goes against the whole idea of "portable".

You want to know why the DS is slaughtering the PSP in sales? Its because Nintendo understands that a portable gaming system is supposed to be portable. Therefore the system is lightweight and durable, with the ability to pause whatever you're doing instantly and without having to worry about pressing buttons. Their games are meant to be played in short bursts whether waiting for the bus or inbetween classes, and can be stopped and started in seconds. I can turn on my DS and be racing online in Mario Kart before a PSP can even get to the menu of a game, much less load a level. The touchscreen might not have been used very effectively in the past, but once you've played the Phantom Hourglass I think you'll come to love it. The PSP is supposed to be a gaming system, but with everything they've tried to cram into it all it ends up being is not as good as the DS in gaming, and not as good as an iPod in music and video. I said it had limited music because it can't compare to an mp3 player in features, sound quality, and battery life.

I don't know where you're getting the not very durable from. I've dropped my DS Lite from 5ft onto concrete and the game wasn't even interrupted. You do that to a PSP and you'll have to buy a new PSP.

From personal experience I've found that the majority of people who profess to love older games, such as those on the PSX, will never actually play the games. Their memories are usually skewed by nostalgia. Did the PSX have good games? Sure. Are they games that I would consider playing all over again? No.


I know I was being pretty fanboyish with the last post, but I was just responding in turn.
    
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post #29 of 49
Lol PSP has the most homebrew things etc.I got a PSP and i have downgraded it so i can play games for free.You can internet,look movies,listen radio(if you have wifi) look youtube movies etc and much more

About downgrading get a Datel pandora battery so you can lower your firmware
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post #30 of 49
I have both a DS and a PSP. They are both good handhelds but the psp imo has better games and homebrew.

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You forgot the part where you need an already homebrew-enabled PSP unless you are lucky enough to get an old one with v1.5 firmware.
You can put custom firmware on any psp.
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