SONY PSP – 10 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU COULD DO
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HIDDEN PSP FEATURES. The PSP marked Sony’s introduction to handheld gaming and, while the system is no longer around, there are some hidden features users may not have been aware of.
This is TheGamer’s list of 10 Things You Didn’t Know Your Old PSP Could Do.
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Which feature do you find the most useful?
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The PlayStation Portable, better known as the PSP, launched in 2005 and was Sony’s first earnest attempt at a handheld system. Not only that, but it was the first direct competitor to Nintendo in the handheld gaming department. When it hit the shelves, the PSP was the most powerful handheld gaming system on the market at the time.
The PSP would see a productive lifespan, going through several models and selling 80 million units in its lifetime. However, Sony closed down the PSP’s access to the PlayStation Network in 2021 and games were discontinued two years earlier in 2021. While the Nintendo 3DS dominates the handheld market today, the PSP still lives on in the PS Vita…kind of. Still, despite the PSP being discontinued, there’s still a small faction of dedicated Sony fans who use the PSP and, even more, there are secrets and features that were unheard of during the PSP’s run time. Before the PSP, gamers and tech enthusiast alike had to carry multiple devices for their phone and MP3 player, but now, the PSP offered a solution by being an all-in-one media device.
Today, we’ll be looking at some PSP features gamers probably didn’t know about. Did you know about any hidden PSP features? Let us know in the comments down below and don’t forget to subscribe to TheGamer for more exciting gaming content.
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