Do you still have a PSP?

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  1. fuzyon

    fuzyon Member

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    I think I still have mine laying around somewhere, but I haven't touched it in a long time. I remember playing on it all day when I was younger, I had it at school everyday.
     
  2. Rhomhie Morelh Campo

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    Yes, my PSP 2000 is still really working and I am planning to sell it soon or just keep it as a souvenir of my childhood.
     
  3. zebali

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    I still have PSP and I am habitual to play it. My most favorite game is Sonic Choas. It makes me remember of my childhood. I bought it in 2000.
     
  4. EarlAlexander

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    i really don't know where i kept mine because i got tired of the game that i had no other choice than to keep it, now i cant even locate the site i kept it then or if it was given out by my parent when i was away
     
  5. john franklin

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    I have a PSP in my cupboard. I love it very much as it was gifted by my mom. I still play games on it. It was the best portable console of its time.

    I use to play the games on PSP for hours and I never got bored of it. I have a lot of cartridges of this game. It makes me remember of my childhood.
     
  6. Xilkozuf

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    I never had a PSP, and I kind of regret it seeing how many good games I could have played. I wanted to buy a PSvita but I saw it was pretty much a flop. I've tried to find a used PSP, without any luck.
    Not too big of a loss anyway, I was never a fan of portable gaming.
     
  7. JonathanS

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    No, sadly. My first handheld console was from the Nintendo series. When I got older, however, I switched to PSP somewhere around 2007. As I got into console gaming, I stopped playing my PSP as much and eventually sold it for money. The games I gave to my neighbor as a gift as he was an avid PSP gamer.

    The PSP days are excellent childhood memories I'll never forget.
     
  8. Nisha

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    Yes, I still have my baby safely stored. I admit that I haven't played it in ages now but you never know when I might have an unexpected urge of using it.

    I have a special spot in my closet where I keep my handheld consoles and PSP is there along with 15+ of games that I have for it. I don't like selling it unless it's necessary. I'm attached to it and all the memories. Now I want to play it, haha,
     
  9. ReaperX

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    I never had one to begin with but always was interested in purchasing one in the past.
     
  10. andandand3

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    My history with the PSP was very brief, but I kind of wish I still had it. It was not the greatest, but it was very portable and durable, which I liked.
     
  11. fuzyon

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    Amen to that. Durability was one of its strongest points, my PSP barely has any scratches and it's been thrown around a lot over the years.
     
  12. joyce.morgan

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    I still have a PSP but I don't think it still works fine, I will try to check it in the attic.
     
  13. fuzyon

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    It should, they're pretty durable. I turned mine on after a few years and it was still charged, surprisingly.
     
  14. overcast

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    I don't own the PSP anymore. The reason being I have moved to the tablet. And I don't think there is anymore need for the same. So I guess it depends on each among us. Not a lot of portable gaming devices have future ahead.
     
  15. razor

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    Yes, it still works. Not the most ergonomic console, but still my favorite.
     

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