PSP copied

A Chinese company has released a new China only handheld console which has a striking resemblance to the PSP. I think it may be common in China to copy popular console designs as I remember seeing a console which looked a lot like the DS.

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FamoAmo6598d ago

I think the company is releasing the thing a little late!! The demand for the DS is too strong and this thing don't stand a chance!!

Darth Gamer6598d ago

This does'nt only happen in China. I believe it happens quite often in Japan too. (Cough.. Sony...Cough) Sorry, I couldn't resist.

Shadow Flare6598d ago

what is THAT?! haha, thats the most obvious copy of a psp. Who's the stupid company that did that? You can guarentee it does nothing the psp can do aswell lol. geez, talk about not putting any effort into design...

Lucidmantra6598d ago

from the site:

No UMD here, friends, just good old intellectual piracy. The DEC PMP MVX430 has 256MB of memory, an SD card slot, video and image recording, four hours of audio recording, and it can display video, images, and play games. I’m wondering if DEC noticed that the buttons look a little familiar and if this will ever hit the States. No price, but I think that’s the least of our worries.

PS360PCROCKS6598d ago

lmao lame! that things butt ass ugly, geesh, it looks cheap as hell too

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10 Best PSP RPGs Of All Time

One of the strongest genres that the PSP had to offer would have to be RPGs. The PS1 and PS2 both had strong RPG libraries, so it’s not a huge surprise that the PSP picked up the baton with some real bangers.

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gold_drake5d ago

very good list.

i played almost all but one of them

Cacabunga5d ago

Valkyrie Profile Lenneth was something!! One of my favorite games of all time

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Resident Evil Fan Film Adapts Iconic "Itchy Tasty" Diary

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TiredGamer12d ago

Fantastic homage to a memorable part of the original. The authenticity to the source material is outstanding and blows away all of the pathetic Hollywood adaptations that we've had to endure as fans. The addition of Chris Redfield's original actor AND (separate) voice actor is fantastic! Heck, even the CGI was pretty good given the total budget of $55k to make this.

Babadook711d ago (Edited 11d ago )

Yeah this seemed so much more like cannon to me. I’d watch more of it if / when it’s available.