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    Wait until the DSi comes out before making a decision.

    I have a PSP 1000 and 2000, and a black DS Lite with the m3lite. Both rock for homebrew and commercial games.

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    I think i would prefer the Nintendo handheld because there are more and better games for the DS i think...
    Last edited by emu-gamer; April 29th, 2009 at 17:26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_eternal_dark View Post
    Wait until the DSi comes out before making a decision.

    I have a PSP 1000 and 2000, and a black DS Lite with the m3lite. Both rock for homebrew and commercial games.
    :thumbup: DSi doesn't seem to be much of an improvement but true, this should wait. Isn't there a PSP 3000 coming as well?
    I think DS holds the best potential for Homebrew and Commercial. Although PSP is much more powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syd. View Post
    :thumbup: DSi doesn't seem to be much of an improvement but true, this should wait. Isn't there a PSP 3000 coming as well?
    I think DS holds the best potential for Homebrew and Commercial. Although PSP is much more powerful.
    Aside from the higher clock speeds, dual cams, bigger screens, a web browser based on opera, media player, sd capable, etc, not much of an improvement.

    PSP 3000 was a joke. The screen, although bright, had a scanline issue (dont know if it was actually fixed), other than that, it's basically a locked version of the 2000. Get the PSP 2000 instead, then mod the hell out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_eternal_dark View Post
    Aside from the higher clock speeds, dual cams, bigger screens, a web browser based on opera, media player, sd capable, etc, not much of an improvement.
    Absolutely True.
    But still, DS does provide much more. I don't know much about PSP's.


    Quote Originally Posted by the_eternal_dark View Post
    PSP 3000 was a joke. The screen, although bright, had a scanline issue (dont know if it was actually fixed), other than that, it's basically a locked version of the 2000. Get the PSP 2000 instead, then mod the hell out of it.
    :rofl: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syd. View Post
    Absolutely True.
    But still, DS does provide much more. I don't know much about PSP's.



    :rofl: :thumbup:
    PSP's are eye candy dreams.

    Live free, mod hard. :thumbup:

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    Well, as I'm sure most of you know a new version of the PSP is due out this year I'm thinking sometime in the fall, but I don't know plans of the U.K.

    As for the PSP not having very many games...

    John Koller, "There's a lot of announcements coming up to E3 and particularly at E3. [Emphasis added.] There's probably 50-60 percent of the lineup for the year that has not been announced and there's some big titles coming. So there's a lot of excitement on PSP. "

    source: http://www.gamespot.com/news/6207289.html

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    i prefer the DS due to there are lots of games in it, especially the flash carts and homebrew games are exceptionally addicting

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