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« on: Thu 11 November, 2010 - 07:45 am »

anyone here had a psp, or can recommended other handheld gaming/mp3 gadgets?
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« Reply #1 on: Thu 11 November, 2010 - 07:54 am »

I have had 4 PSPs ... the best gaming console by far is now the iPod Touch. But the PSP is still a good second place (tons of available games, great graphics etc), with the others a distant 3rd and so on. Seeing as the PSP and iPod Touch 8gig are similar in price, I would still go the iPod Touch ... TONS of games can be gotten FREE on iTuners, or at least for very cheap(most fullriced games are less than $10, compared to up to $80 for a full priced PSP game).
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« Reply #2 on: Thu 11 November, 2010 - 10:54 pm »

 

never been an Apple fan, but might head down to Smith's Dick tomorrow for a demo.
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« Reply #3 on: Fri 12 November, 2010 - 02:57 am »

Don't forget that tho the device is Apple, and so is iTunes, the market is open to 3rd party developers who are the ones making games for the thing. And because iTunes and iPods are so widely used, games companies are throwing their wight into keeping the thing well supplied with stuff. Stacks of the paid games have free versions too, so people can actually download the free version, decide that yup, that's what they wold like, and then pay for the full version. It's a very well thought out and streamlined process.

Paying online is cool and easy too - Debit Visas can be used. For parents of younger kids, a parent can buy the kid iTunes prepaid cards to use (or make them buy their own ) and they can still buy stuff really quick.
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