PSP games, if you remember them at all, were really very popular indeed. Unfortunately, the PSP wasn’t very well received, even though it cost very little. Nevertheless, anyone who could remember the novelty that it offered and all the great library of PSP games that it did have to offer would feel a real fondness for it now. If you want to get some of those old games, you do need to be aware that they are not all completely free any more. You’ll either have to buy the cartridges again or pay for the download option, but either way you’ll end up paying a pretty penny.
Where Are They?
There is one option that you will have to: to simply burn your PSP games to a DVD disc. That way you can play them on any player, even if it’s the most modern. This is especially true for people who want to take portable video games everywhere they go. So whether you’re going on vacation or just to the store for some sweets, this is an excellent way to take along your PSP-2000 or your PSP-3000 to make sure you never miss a second of those great games.
The PSP-1000 and the PSP-3000 are now available in stores, both in the Americas and in Europe. It will probably be easier for people in the United States to find the PSP-1000 than the PSP-3000 due to the higher price point for the former. However, Europe will probably have the same selection as the North American versions of the PSP-1000 and PSP-3000. So either way, you should definitely look into buying one of these imported PSPs when it becomes available in your region. It’s been a while since there were so many new consoles available on the market, and I’m sure you’ll agree that it’s a great time to pick up one of these imported editions of popular gaming consoles.