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Good Games Stuck on PSP

Stuck on what to play or what to buy? Join That Video Games Show as they list and discuss ten of the most over looked and obscure PSP hidden gems that are stuck on the Playstation Portable.

The Sony PSP, or PlayStation Portable, captured the hearts of gamers worldwide with its groundbreaking combination of cutting-edge technology and portable gaming convenience. Released in 2004, the PSP boasted impressive graphics and processing power for its time, rivaling the capabilities of some home consoles. This allowed for console-quality gaming experiences on the go, a feat previously unheard of in the handheld gaming market. The wide array of titles available, from popular franchises to unique indie games, provided a diverse gaming library that catered to a broad range of tastes and preferences. Additionally, the PSP’s multimedia capabilities, including the ability to play movies, music, and browse the internet, further solidified its status as a versatile entertainment device beyond just gaming.

Furthermore, the PSP introduced a social aspect to portable gaming through its innovative ad-hoc multiplayer feature. This allowed gamers to connect wirelessly with friends and engage in competitive or cooperative gameplay experiences, fostering a sense of camaraderie and shared gaming experiences. The system’s sleek design and high-quality display made it a pleasure to use, and its intuitive control scheme provided a comfortable and responsive gaming experience. Overall, the Sony PSP’s blend of powerful hardware, diverse game library, and social gaming capabilities made it an incredibly appealing choice for gamers looking for a portable gaming system that could deliver console-like experiences on the go.

PlayStation VR2 vs Meta Quest 2 – Which is BETTER?

This is a tough one… I’m comparing the new PlayStation VR2 vs Meta Quest 2 – Which is BETTER?

PlayStation VR2 is the successor to the original PlayStation VR headset and is designed to work with the PlayStation 5 console. It features an improved resolution, wider field of view, and better tracking, as well as a new controller with enhanced haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. The headset also includes features like eye-tracking and foveated rendering for improved graphics and performance. On the other hand, the Meta Quest 2 is a standalone virtual reality headset that doesn’t require a PC or console to operate. It features a high-resolution display, six degrees of freedom tracking, and a comfortable design. The Meta Quest 2 also includes hand-tracking and supports a wide range of games and applications from the Oculus Store.

PlayStation Home PS3 Is Back Online in 2022: Here’s How

7 years after its initial closure, PlayStation Home on PS3 has been (partially) restored! The Destination Home team has been working for years to get a working online client up and running, and they’ve recently launched a closed beta which I had the chance to checkout. So join me in a crazy nostalgia trip as we explore Central Plaza, play some bowling, and play some games! I also had the chance to speak with one of the lead content developers for their valuable insight on what it took to get where they are today, and what’s coming in the future. Buckle up everyone, it’s time to go HOME. Very obviously the pun was intended there.

PS1 Japan Import Hidden Gems – No Language Barrier!

This is a selection of some of my personal favorite PS1 Japan imports from my collection. I tried to pick games that can be easily played without the need to know Japanese. All games are accompanied by gameplay, box art and the most commonly translated name for the game (if applicable).

Games featured in this video (in order of appearance): 1. Gear Fighter Dendoh 2. Odo Odo Oddity 3. Lucifer Ring 4. OH NO! 5. EGG 6. Kaze No Notam 7. Granu-Shimai Daibouken 8. Ten Made Jack