The retro compilations is one of the things I really love about the PSP. I can have the best of both worlds with this handheld. One of my most favorite:[align=center:2zu33q8i]Cyber Watch TV - Activision: Hits Remixed [gameplay][PSP][/align:2zu33q8i]
I have no idea what people were looking for in the PSP library. It has a lot of good games. The compilations alone are superb.
Quote from: "TrekMD"I have no idea what people were looking for in the PSP library. It has a lot of good games. The compilations alone are superb.If Sony got just 1 thing right, from a gaming point of view with PSP..it was fact it's region-free.Some of the Jap.comps (pricey as they may be) have been fantastic.
Retro comp wise i've picked up:E.A ReplayMidway Arcade Treasures:Extended Play.Sega MD Collection.Namco Museum Battle Collection.Powerstone Collection.Capcom:Classics Colection (Remixed and also:Reloaded), plus:Puzzle World.Metal Slug AnthologySNK Arcade Classics 0Tatio Legends Power Up.Tatio Memories Pocket (Jap) has Bubble Bobble on it, reason i bought.Paridous Portable.Star Soldier.That's just the Retro comps...and folks on internet were saying PSP had no good games? :-)Bit of PSP triva:Mercury actually started life as nothing more than a PS2 physics demo, PSP was annouced and someone thought, ahhh! we could use this in a smart little PSP game.
Mark Cale, talking to media just after Gottieb Pinball Classics had launched on PSP (and was 1st PSP game to use the 'game-sharing' tech.) said System 3 had plans to resurrect Epyx's 'Games' series, starting off with California Games.Also planeed for PSP were new versions of:IK and The Last Ninja.All would make use of the game sharing tech, so groups of PSP owners could have multi-player games, with only 1 copy of the game needed.Sadly nothing came of it...but then, this was System 3 here.....
Cale did mention there were technical limits (something about how much data could be transfered at any given time and at what speeds), but i seem to recal a PSP magazine quite regularly showed you how to play one of the PSP Wipeout games on 2 machines with just 1 copy of the game.Know likes of Pure were quite happy to guide you through running homebrew/CFW on PSP and how to play any PSP game online using internet tunneling, which might explain why it was'nt long in production, going from PSP specific to PSP+PS3 then dissapearing.