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TOCA Race Driver 2 for PSP £24.99 delivered

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  1. Tetlee

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    As title, TOCA Race Driver 2 (PSP) £24.99 delivered from dvd.co.uk

    Link here: http://www.dvd.co.uk/product.asp?id=CD28462

    Seems like a good price, I'm still deciding whether to upgrade from my v1.5(and lose out on homebrew) with Colin McRae PSP sitting in front of me demanding v.152 update :confused: ;)
     
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    There is an app you can download at pspupdates.com that allows you to fool games into think you ave upgraded and still stay at 1.5

    Will hunt out a link later for you, but got to dash now...
     
  3. Tetlee

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    Appreciate that uczmeg, but no need to hunt for link, have downloaded and installed. Wohoooo, now I can play v1.52 games AND stay on v1.5, best of both worlds :thumbsup:

    One happy bunny :clap: :clap: :clap:
     
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    Can you point me to a link Tetlee?
     
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    Happy to help!

    So is it any good?
     
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    Sure is, works a treat :thumbsup: Easy too which is a big bonus for someone like myself :rolleyes:
     
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    :D I meant TOCA! I know the app is, already used that!
     
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    :suicide: ooops. Actually I haven't ordered TOCA, not sure if it'll be my cup of tea so holding off ordering for now.

    Just thought I'd post the link here for anyone else that might be interested ;)
     
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    :suicide: ooops. And I meant Colin McRae! :rotfl:
     
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    :rotfl: In that case, really enjoying despite being rubbish at it and hitting loads of trees. It's the first PSP game that I've been able to control with the nub, due to the non-use of shoulder buttons. It's certainly as good if not better than I could of hoped it would be, only thing I miss are the xbox triggers for variable acceleration but that can't be helped on the PSP really :rolleyes:
     

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