Can you afford to Buy Portable Playstation?

@anikakim (364)
Philippines
November 6, 2008 10:35pm CST
Portable PlayStation is heat again for teens even older person do play. It's expensive but some will by it for pleasure and enjoyment. Do you Have one Portable play station?
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@saizo6 (2211)
• United States
7 Nov 08
It's actually at a decent price now, $129, so I might end up getting one for myself for Christmas this year. I browsed around at the game shop in our mall the other day and noticed a lot more games on the PSP that looked interesting. Before, there wasn't really anything that appealed to me on it so I didn't think I should waste my money on getting one. But that's a bit different now. Plus, the ability to play movies and music makes it more tempting.
@anikakim (364)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Computer games are tempting. Why not give yourself a pleasure to enjoy playing. It's a gift for yourself and have fun. Thank you.
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@saizo6 (2211)
• United States
8 Nov 08
It is very tempting but I already have a few game systems, including the Nintendo DS. The thing is that I'm not much of a gamer and I don't even use them that much. It'll probably just sit around gaining dust in my room lol.
@anikakim (364)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Nice to hear that from you. I'm not that material thing person. I just want to divert my self and make me busy everyday.
• Canada
29 Dec 08
yes i have a portaple playstation, its a playstation 2 i really like them, they`re the best to play for me, that is
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@kheealam (95)
• Pakistan
16 Dec 08
PSP (Playstation Portable) is not an expensive gadget as you see it offers alot of cool features in it.I had one PSP fat but i sold it because i was collecting sum of money for PS3.
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@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
I bought mine online and was second hand. Metalic Blue. Runs on Custom firmware which lets me play games loaded on the Memory Stick. I recently tried to customize how the menu would look like but, did something wrong which now rendered it useless yet, there's this known PSP specialist here that might be able to fix my PSP. Happens to be the most recommended PSP tech that I've read locally so if I do get to set aside a good amount, I'd probably drop by his shop and get it fixed while I wait.. I mean, he fixes your PSP right infront of you if you prefer since others would even change parts of your PSP when they do try to fix it..(^_^ ) Yeah, hand helds or anything that would provide amusement or enjoyment (like alternate hobbie) would always be a luxury, not a necessity (^_^") but, treating yourself with your hard earned cash isn't a bad idea after all.
@anikakim (364)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Yeah giving yourself a gift of pleasure is not bad. Their some technician do that they remove original tools of your psp and change it with all one. Not all are Honest. Thank YOu.
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@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
Good thing the one that I'm going to is known and already has a good reputation (^_^ ) Your welcome!
@katkat (2379)
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
I don't have one as I'm not into games.
• Macedonia
21 Dec 08
o yeeeeeeeeee
• Philippines
7 Nov 08
Nope, I don't have one. But if I have the bux, I better choose PS3. Indeed it's portable but that's not important to me. I want the games. But if you're that rich. You can have both PSP and PS3 T_T
@anikakim (364)
• Philippines
8 Nov 08
I love playing games with my PSP and I'm contented. Thank You friend. I don't think I can afford Psp3.
@alsstar (61)
7 Dec 12
yeah, i have one, the 3000 series, not PSP GO eventhough the game isn't as good as PS3 games i like the portable one because i always go outside and have no time to play at home so, it's the best choice for me :)
• Macedonia
21 Dec 08
no?
@tiohwji (133)
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
I already have one. I bought it last April 2008 for Php. 12,000 or around US$260 - US$280. It already has a 4GB MS Duo included, crystal case, Screen protector, pouch and 1 DVD full of ISO games.