Tiltedscreen.com has news on a new feature showing up on certain psp games. It seems that certain PSP umd will be getting PRO DUO installs, just like HDD installs on the PS3
Not exactly new, I am sure Dissidia Final Fantasy does this.
i guess there makin sure people know its official
Yes, it does.
So did monster hunter and i dont really mind cause it cuts load times.
yeah, Dissidia gives you an option of 64MB 128MB 512MB i chose the latter loads are way better
As long as they dont become mandatory im fine. Dissidia leaves it as an option...and it should stay like that.
same with dj max games that let u do a data install of about 350 mb. but i don't need since its an iso file anyway and it loads real fast.
Sony needs to step up and make the PSP more interesting soonish. Piracy is too high. On DS also with R4DS cards, but still the DS is crappy hardware compared to the PSP and still we don't see that power used so often. Few games like God of War: Chains of Olympus, Final Fantasy, inventive games like Loco Roco 1 and/or 2 and the upcoming Resistance show what the PSP is like. THere should be a lot more Sony. Bring a new Killzone for the PSP, get the GT version ASAP, get the PSP keyboard out quickly, you might want to consider a Guitar Hero game with special PSP hardware addon (OR a converter for the real GH guitar) out also. Those kind of games are needed to get extra attention for the system! I bought the GPS package and its working great, but its getting less gaming device every step...
Monsterhunter 2nd G already has this feature.
Dissidia does this already like 1st said. I do not mind, just release epicness and add trophies.
It would have been really iffy. Extra cards were pretty pricey. Now on the other hand, you can find 8 gigs on those suckers. Also, think of the battery life it would save.
At first I was totally against the UMD not being used as widely for games, now due to having quite a large collection of PSP games in UMD for and carrying them around, its handy to have them directly on the PSP memstick and memsticks are cheap. Good choice.
Not a bad feature as long as the installs remain small. Memory sticks don't really get larger than 4GB so they need to remain as minimal as possible. Personally I don't mind waiting a few seconds for a game to load.
my 8GB stick broke the space-time barrier
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