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Old December 20th, 2007, 8:15 am
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PSP-2000 vs DS Lite

Well both systems have their pros and cons.

What do you think I should buy?


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Old December 20th, 2007, 11:32 am
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Re: PSP-2000 vs DS Lite

The DS Lite is good, I have an older DS though, so I wouldn't know that much about the newer version, besides the fact that the hinges can break on them.

Not sure if Nintendo has fixed that issue. Other than that, it's a good system with a nice selection of games to choose from.


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Re: PSP-2000 vs DS Lite

It really depends on your gaming. If you want really amazing blow your socks off graphics, go for the PSP. If most of the games you like to play are released by nintendo, get the DSlite. I know some people who have both for both of these reasons and others.


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Old December 21st, 2007, 6:53 pm
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Re: PSP-2000 vs DS Lite

It really does depend on what you want out of it. The DS Lite is fun, but it's only a gaming system. The PSP is a gaming system and a complete handheld media system. I think the DS games are a lot more fun because I like those kinds of games, and the wi-fi connection is great because a lot of people play online. I rarely use my PSP for handheld gaming anymore, but I can put any music, pictures, and videos on the memory stick. The PSP adds a lot if you have a PS3 too. You can remotely connect to your PS3 from your PSP, which means that you can play your PSP games through your PS3 onto your TV, and you can access anything on your PS3 through your PSP, even if you're far from the console. I recently found that I could access my PS3 camera from my PSP and see what's going on in my living room from another room...

But anyway, I think I like the DS Lite more. The New Super Mario Bros. was really fun, so are the racing games (Mario Kart, Diddy Kong Racing), and those Big Brain games are pretty fun with the touch screen.


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