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PSP is good for your health!

Discussion in 'Playstation Forums' started by IanW, May 27, 2005.

  1. IanW

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    Seriously. . . . . .

    Was exercising (cycling) last night, and thought that it might be an idea to have a go on the PSP at the same time. Well that was the fastest easiest 30mins in the saddle, the time just flies by! :clap: :eek:

    So unlike these other consoles that encourage you to increase your lard ar$e, get a PSP and work it off baby! :rotfl:

    Ian.
     
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    i was thinking of taking it to the gym. Doesn't it just get coated in sweat?
     
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    I assume you weren't cycling on a real bike... ;)
     
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    Its very bad for your hands as is all video gamming unfortunately :(
     
  5. IanW

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    Foretunately my hands do not get that sweaty, although the rest of me does!

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  6. IanW

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    No it is a static bike, but could you imagine the looks if you were out on a bike! :rotfl:

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    Hmmm interesting idea...like many others I once purchased a pretty decent exercise bike with the intention of gaining some sort of fitness. Sadly it just sits there on the landing with a layer of dust over it. The main reason is that after 10 minutes on it i'm not only knackered but bored out of my sweaty head! Not sure if I could focus on a game whilst cycling but maybe an episode of the Simpsons would do it! :smashin:
     
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    Along with the dance mat and the snow/skateboard devices for the playstations, maybe Sony should make a bicycle device for all those BMX and rallying games (would work alright on track events on olympic games too, I reckon).
     
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    Yea thats a good idea, Konami has those fitness games that use bikes. only prob is, do you really think you can cycle fast enough? exercise is one thing, but do you think you could have the stamina to race, race after race? lol, im not a fat bastard, but i know i couldnt!
     
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    All you need now is for someone to invent a PSP holder for your handlebars!!! :smashin:
     
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    Well. people tend to complain that games are so easy these days, so why not make them more difficult in other ways lol
     
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    Mayber that will be the controller for the N5 :D
     
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    N5? 5th Nintendo console? Maybe, lol, if the rumours about the Revolution control device having tilt sensors they can easily work on a bicycle controller. L & R shoulder buttons could be the pedals - if L and R are analogue the rate you push on the pedals will determine power. Could even work in that new GBA Donkey Kong game come to think of it lol - Jungle Swing is it called?
     

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