I mean really folks the title is about as simple as it gets. I was at Retro Game Con this year in Syracuse, NY. You know I’m always on the hunt for games across PS1 games, Wii, GBA, CIB Pokemon, things like that. And I figured you know what. I’ve got a PlayStation Portable with the Camera accessory. I’ve got a YouTube Channel. I can do that whole vlogging thing, right? I’ve got what it takes, right? I do. So that’s why we’re filming video like it’s the 2000s.
The Sony PSP, short for PlayStation Portable, was a handheld gaming console released by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2004. It was a groundbreaking device that offered console-quality gaming experiences on the go. The PSP featured a sleek, portable design with a large, vibrant 4.3-inch LCD screen that provided impressive graphics for its time. It boasted a wide range of multimedia capabilities, allowing users to not only play games but also watch videos, listen to music, and view photos. With a powerful processor and ample RAM, the PSP delivered smooth gameplay and immersive graphics, making it a popular choice among gamers.
One of the defining features of the PSP was its UMD (Universal Media Disc) format, a proprietary optical disc that allowed for high-capacity storage of games, movies, and other media. This format gave developers the ability to create visually impressive games and provided users with a diverse library of titles to choose from. The PSP also supported online multiplayer gaming, enabling players to connect with others over Wi-Fi and compete in multiplayer modes. Additionally, it had a range of accessories and peripherals, including a camera attachment and GPS module, which expanded its functionality beyond just gaming. The PSP left a significant mark on the portable gaming industry and remains a beloved console for many gamers around the world.