Check out the following video which highlights FFVII being played on the PSP from a PS3...
Good. I want an FFVII remake now
Also i never played chrono trigger. I played the PS1 version on my PC using an emulator but my computer froze, it has goo graphics for a PS1 game
So if there is an FFVII remake and a Chrono Break game that that is evenough to bring all the RPG fans to the PS3
Chrono Cross was on the PS1, Chrono Trigger was on the SNES. Just thought I would inform you.
Chrono Trigger did come on on PS1 with animated scenes
Final Fantasy Chronicals *which had the remade anime cut scenes chrono trigger* did come to ps1.. but with bad load times every battle took like 20 seconds to load or so.
I WAS THE 1ST ONE TO DO IT!
ill try and download it when am back from holiday
Yeah, My PSP is currently loaded with Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 8, Metal Gear Solid, Metal Gear Solid VR disc and Xenogears.
Remote play on the PS3 is nice and everything but with custom firmware and Homebrew it's kinda obselete.
What happens when you need to change the disc?
Didn't you get the memo? The entire planet EXPLODES, when you have to change the disk.
My gosh, it's always something with you dim-bulbs isn't it.
Durh,.."What happens when you need to change the disc?"..AHAHAHA
What do you think happens? You MORON.
You STOP playing the game, and change the disk the next time you leave your house, IDIOT.
You are just such a genius.
Here's the answer to another questions you might have in the future...
What happens when you're done taking a shiet?...You WIPE YOUR ASS!!, or in your case, you EAT IT.....AHAHAHHAHHAHAHHA
EDIT@ Rusted _poop
Your question was stupid. Period. Quit trying to back pedal. It's the same if you were to finish a one disk game while you're away on a trip stupid. Who's going to change your disk then?
I enjoyed reading this line from your response,..."I'll try to be more indulgent of your limited mental capacity in the future"...AHAHHAHHAH
My whole comment was sarcastic and inferred that FFVII wouldn't be the most practical game to choose to play remotely on a trip. Sorry you couldn't understand that. I'll try to be more indulgent of your limited mental capacity in the future
"It's the same if you were to finish a one disk game while you're away on a trip stupid. Who's going to change your disk then?"
I would prefer to finish a game rather than finish 1/3rd of a game. A better feature would be to allow users to make CD images of PS1 games that they own to play directly from the hard drive. A feature that only lets you play what is on the disk in the machine or in the limited virtual library is impractical.
now how can they say PSP don't have any games?
Yes how can the DS compete against a feature that requires a $400-500 console in order to play those games... It's doomed I tell you.
So does saving to the memory card image on the ps3 hard drive work? And can you load the saved games from the ps3 hard drive?
LOL A couple weeks ago I decided I wanted to go back through this game, and now coincidentally I can level up my materia while I'm in school thanks to my new star wars psp, if saving is fully functional.
You are in luck it saves just fine to any ps memory card image.
i need ff 7 =D omg i miss it so much. and i do need a psp too. i wish i had money.
for music and video , but playing a game . the control response is awful . Is everybody having that same problem to . Is there a setting that im missing ? hot shot golf was no fun to play with remote play . But I aint complaining because i didnt buy for that feature anyways . something free is always good .
ff is a turn based rpg, so delay is not that annoying i think.
And go to settings, you can adjust the Responsiveness (from -3 to +3) as well as the video bandwidth size. That way if the network you're using can't keep up, you can customize your experience.
I set mine to 512 Kbps video and +3 responsiveness.
DJ is right, you can sacrifice image quality for response level...so you can make the game look like meh, but lag close to nothing when you press buttons...or you can make the game look good, but take awhile to input buttons
Do you make those changes on the PS3 or on the PSP?
this makes me want to buy more games off the PSN so i don't have to worry about changing disks
Can you stream PS1 games off the disk or do you have to download it?
off the disk or From PSN downloads. FF7 isn't a PSN download yet. so he was doing it off his FF7 disc in the PS3
Chrono Trigger is on the Final Fantasy Chronicles on PS1, which included Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger
done it hehe
So many people talk as if FFVII is the penacle of RPG gaming. It was good, but it is my least favorite of the PS1 era.
I always liked FFVIII the best, followed by FFIX. But none of them really hold a candle to the classic SNES RPG's.
But no RPG is quite as bad as FFX was....man I truly hated that game.
FF7 started it all...did you get it when it first came out? FF7 was freakin ridiculous how much better it was than every game out at the time. The jump from 6 to 7 was a much bigger jump than 7 to 8, which is one of the many reasons why people favor 7 more. The materia links, the AP system to level up your magic and summons, combining added effect and Hades materia was crazy, quadra-cut, limit breaks, amazing looking summons...8 just kinda fed off of 7 and didn't have that huge of an impact other than making the characters look more life-like. 10 introduced the whole voice acting thing, I liked the sphere system, good graphics and gameplay...but Tidus was pretty annoying. I'd put 8 and 10 tied for 3rd place behind 7 and 6, but 7 is really where it's at...you just had to be there at release time.
actually people favor ff7 much more because for a good population it was there first RPG.
FF7 was dismal in story compared to nearly every other final fantasy before it, and other rpgs released at the time, Most americans at the time of its release had never played an RPG or even heard of Final Fantasy its popular because of its alternative characters (alternative attitudes of the time) and the fact it was most peoples first RPG.
ff7 was not a leap beyond and above what ff6 was, infact it was only just a 3d update of what ff6 was and the fact they added CGI to it.
I remember the ff6 3d demo square had made for the n64 and the graphics on that aren't much different from the ff7 ones blocky big handed characters on screen, then somewhat less in battles, and then CGI.
Look,they have remake FF3 and 4 on the DS,go play it.Come back than tell me how the story is better than FF7.
FF7 is one of the best JRPG,with one of the greatest story in the gamming industry.
How many game have a better story?Could you name them?
That's the thing about Final Fantasy, Everyone has their own favourite. For me, I think it was Final Fantasy 8 as well (which I'm currently having a blast playing from my PSP with Homebrew.
To many people Final Fantasy 7 was their first JRPG so it holds a special place in their heart. I personally love the game too along with Final Fantasy 4 (I need to get myself a DS for the remake) A lot of long time Jrpg'ers think 6 is the pinnacle. I've enjoyed pretty much everyone I've played. X being my least favourite and I never even tried X2 because of it.
Everybody's different, it's nice to be able to respect other people's opinions.
Its hard to find a reasonable priced copy of FF7 these days I hope they put it on PSN. FF8 too I like that 1 as much as I like 7.FF8 easy to find for 20 bucks though.
rpg i can understand but sports , puzzles , the other genre that you have to press button a lot .
we sure this is remote play and not just the downloaded version of the game on an hacked psp? cause that sure loaded quick for remote play....
I understand your skepticism. I didn't believe it at first, but I tried it out last night and it loaded up very quickly. I was very surprised.
a great game to play with remote play i love how the 360 fanboys have shutup on this news they usually in all ps3 news. I been playing this directly off the psp ffor a while now though.
not a good idea
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