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No sorry, but Sony have said they are aiming to make as many compatible as possible. Heres a list of all the initially compatible games. I found this FAQ which answers a few questions but I'm not sure if this is the definate answer you were looking for. It says (about half way down): Q: Is PS Vita compatible with other PlayStation platform games like ...


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Yes you can play PSP games online with the PS Vita so long as the servers are still up and running. Also, apparently if the original PSP game supported Ad Hoc mode, Ad Hoc mode will work on the PS Vita as well. https://support.us.playstation.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3792


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From this Gamespot article The PSP-3000 plays the same games and offers the same media support as the older PSP models So all the games are backwards compatible. From Wikipedia the PSP-3000 ... has an improved LCD screen with an increased color range, five times the contrast ratio, half the pixel response time to reduce ghosting and blurring ...


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Copying your PSP save data Plug your PSP into your PC with a Mini USB cable (the kind that fits into the top of your PSP) and select the USB Connection option in the PSP System menu. The PSP should show up as a connected drive in your My Computer menu. It's probably called "Removable Disk" if you're on Windows. Open that drive and navigate to the PSP ...


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Final Fantasy 4 on the SNES originally came in two flavors - the one for Japan, and the one for the US. The Japanese version had several things about it that were more difficult, including the fact that you couldn't buy "Ether" potions in shops that could restore your MP. I believe the fights were also quite a bit harder. The US version (released as ...


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All PSOne Classics, are playable from both the PSP and the PS3, once purchased from the PSN store.


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AFAIK it's the same with better graphics, picture gallery and the ability to share fishing minigames with friends. EDIT: Someone made a list of the differences: The title screen is different Some slowdown before attacks until you've had the game on for a bit. The electric room with the machine soldier in the "Factory" has permanent slowdown which actually ...


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All current PSP games are compatible with all current PSP models (PSP-1000 "original", PSP-2000 "Slim and Lite", PSP-3000 & PSP Go) . There are only slight hardware differences between them related to screen types, battery life and speaker/microphone type and placement. Some non-game apps need specific hardware (built-in microphone for the Skype app, ...


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Yes, all PSOne Classics from the PlayStation Network can be played on all the different versions of the PSP (PSP-1000, PSP-2000, PSP-3000, PSP GO and PSP-E1000). Just make sure you have downloaded the latest firmware on your system. From Wikipedia: PSOne Classics, launched in North America on December 4, 2006, are re-releases of original PlayStation ...


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I made some tests and Bryan C. comment's url confirmed my theory, according to this: A virtual memory card is created automatically when you start PlayStation® format software and save your game. For each application, two virtual memory cards (for MEMORY CARD slots 1 and 2) are created with the same name as the title of the game. So my theory was that ...


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The Wikipedia entry for the PSP has detailed hardware specs. Things to watch out for: PSP Go has no UMD drive PSP 1000 has no video out, the more recent models do PSP 1000 gaming controls aren't quite as good as the more recent models some accessories may only work with a specific model of PSP PSP hardware is region coded (represented by the last digit of ...


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The mini levels seem to be more about achieving a high score than having a definitive end - they basically keep going until you fail.


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Here's a quote from another FF wiki: In the iOS version, the quest is opened up after defeating Gutsco in the Molten Cave and reading all of the letters Topapa sends you up until that point. Source


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Purchases on PSN Store are tied to you PSN account. You can re-download things already purchased.


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Have you tried increasing the brightness in the console? If its your car you can always keep a small towel handy in it. Cover yourself and the console with it. While travelling in other vehicles have someone else sit next to the window while you sit towards the center. This way the outdoor light will be less of an obstruction. Hold your psp in different ...


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What type of encryption do you have on your router? PSPs may not support newer encryption protocols (WPA2). If use an older protocol like WEP or WPA, you may have better luck. Edit After some quick googling, I found this article which may provide some insight. It seems WPA2/AES doesn't work, but you can use WPA2/TKIP-AES. Check your router's ...


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Just to add some more information in addition to the other answers... The PSP Go can also connect to a TV. Plus it supports control via a Dualshock 3 controller, although I believe you have to use a PS3 to set up the connection. The only PSP games playable on both PSP and PS3 are the downloadable PS1 classics and the Minis. I am not sure if it is possible ...


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What James said above is correct. It is also important to note that if you decide to purchase any "mini's" from the Playstation Network Store, those can be played both on PS3 and PSP despite being made for the PSP.


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They need to be ported. The official line is that the PSP Xperia is a "Playstation Phone" and not a "Playstation Portable". Seems like a bit of a letdown if you ask me. Here is a quote: "[Xperia Play owners] will have to repurchase the games, so it's not totally integrated. I think the exciting thing is that there are games which people are very, very ...


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It appears you CAN install most* PSP games availible on the PSN onto your Vita if you have a PS3. Download the PSP games onto your PS3 and then connect your Vita. Using Content Manager you should be able to use Copy from PS3 to copy over most PSP games (not Minis, not PS1 games) onto your Vita, even if they're not available for direct download. Some PSP ...


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It doesn't matter whether or not you have separate memory cards. It's the PSN account on the PSP that matters. While you can install content from your PSN account on up to five PSPs, unlike with the PS3, any given PSP can only be tied to a single PSN account at any given time. You can download all the content from both accounts, but you have to switch ...


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While the PSP screen size and general layout of the buttons stayed the same during the x000 iteration, there are noticeable differences between the models: PSP-1000 vs PSP-2000 Speaker holes moved from lower side to upper side Button placemenet changed Different UMD slot, UMD switch on 1000 Headphones port moved, different power connector IR port on 1000 ...


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The "USB Charge" setting they refer to is a setting on the PSP itself. Go to Settings -> System Settings and there should be a USB Charge: On/Off toggle. Set that to On. Once that's enabled, there's two other conditions you need to meet to charge the PSP over a USB connection: It must be plugged into a USB port that provides enough power to charge from; ...


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It is as simple as copying the files over from the memory stick/backup folder. The target directory for your saves inside the PPSSPP folder is PPSSPP\memstick\PSP\SAVEDATA. An example of a correctly placed PSP save would be PPSSPP\memstick\PSP\SAVEDATA\ULUS10036001.


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You mentioned that you're running it at 54mbps which is the 802.11g (note the "g") standard. According to this, the PSP only supports 802.11b. So, you'll have to go into the configuration of your router and change it to 802.11b or, if it supports dual band, 802.11b/g. Unfortunately, if your router doesn't support both at the same time, you'll have to use ...


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1) Not to my knowledge as it currently stands unless the game ALSO states its playable on the PS3 2) I assume you want to hook the PSP up to the PS3 to play the PSP game on the PS3 with the PS3 controller, This is also a No (You can remote in to a PS3 and play games on the PS3 that stream to your PSP... But I so far only have done this with games I have ...


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DS: Better/higher difficulty (enemies higher stats and last longer than 2 turns, and they also counter a lot), script, balance, 2 bonus bosses, 3D/cinematic presentation. PSP: Party switching, 2 bonus dungeons, 2D/classic presentation. You can basically complete it on auto-battle. The PSP version also includes Interlude (it's short) and The After Years ...


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You can only play Minis and PS1 classics on both PSP and PS3. Regular PSP games such as Fate/unlimited Codes are not playable on PS3.


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Found it. To open the recovery menu on most LCFWs: Hold the R trigger while turning on your LCFW (useful for when you set your clock speed way too low) Run the launcher twice. Through the VSH Menu. There's usually an option that says start Recover (This one made me feel stupid >_>')



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