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PSP Impressive.

Discussion in 'Playstation Forums' started by robklobb, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. robklobb

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    Just to help those of you make your minds up about the PSP.
    Ive just bought mine, having pre-ordered it at the beginning of august.
    I waited for midnight to approach in a lengthly que in my local gamestation store.
    I felt alittle silly standing there at 11.50pm with a mixed bunch of age groups all itching to get there hands on the new handheld.

    My first thoughts were to get home and off to sleep.
    However I was so intrigued by the demo disc. The picture quality really impressed me i must admit, watching the spiderman 2 trailer and various music videos. The game trailers are pretty good too.

    Im looking forward to Liberty City Stories to be released @ the end of next month.
    Going to watch Pirates of the Caribbean later to truly test the system.
    Well post over the wkend to give my review on it.
    :D
     
  2. Steven

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    Hey, I got to GAME this morn 4 8am

    4th in line...guy in front was buying a DS. LOL

    Gotta say all the "oldies" (thats above 25) looked twitchy that everyone else was teenage or Uni age
     
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    Being well and truly in the "Oldies" bracket I waited for parcelforce to drop mine off this morn... the old bones don't do so well out in the cold ;)
     
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    yeah man, i'm in the 'oldies' category too. go for delivery every time!
     
  5. Miyazaki

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    robklobb, welcome to the club! :D

    Why did you wait outside a shop at midnight for a psp, when you could have had it £20 cheaper 6 months ago imported from canada? :confused:
     
  6. Dave H

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    Reg 2
     
  7. RobbySpurs

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    Oh my...25+ is old... :(

    31 and collecting my pension...still guess I'll be able to watch Spiderman 2 as I queue for my Giro.
     
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    I'm 25, so I should look into residential homes soon then?! ;)
     
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    sigh......I'd apologise but you all seem to be taking it so well. I'm just sorry I took readers away from the point of the thread. my bad
     

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