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PlayStation Portable Entertainment Pack

by Sony
Platform : Sony PSP
55 customer reviews

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  • The Sony PSP lets you take all your digital entertainment on the road. It's a portable entertainment center with MP3 and MP4 Download and play capabilities. This portable has a built-in, bright, high-resolution 4.3 inch (diagonal) Color TFT LCD widescreen (for 16 - 9 perspective), built-in Stereo speakers, and amazing connectivity. With an Integrated 802.11b WiFi processor, you can share your online games over wireless networks (where available). A number of exclusive games and ovies are availa
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  • Also includes a UMD movie, Lords Of Dogtown and a 1GB Memory Stick Pro Duo.
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The PSP Entertainment Pack delivers the very best in portable digital entertainment, showing you just what your PSP is capable of accomplishing. It includes all the accessories you need to get the most out of this impressive personal gaming system.

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  • ASIN: B000HTUY4Q
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5 x 4.5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 19, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,242 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Paul Stuart VINE VOICE on January 28, 2007
I admittedly struggled with the above question for months as my Game Boy Advance collected dust. Moreover, local videogame store employees near-unanimously favored the DS to the PSP; several indicated they traded in the latter for the former after a few months' time. Sales figures for the DS vs. PSP confirmed this preference globally.

After a few weeks' time with the PSP, however, I'm now convinced that title loyalty (Zelda, Mario) sell systems not quality. The PSP -- across the board -- is a vastly superior offering to the DS for several reasons. Simply put, this is the greatest handheld since the Atari Lynx nearly two decades ago, technology so robust you feel almost guilty that it's not tethered to a television screen.

First things first, the screen is absolutely gorgeous. Bursting with resolutions in the thousands, games seem much bigger than the PSP screen, the UMD movies magnificent. Related, in-game text -- often fuzzy in XBox and PS2 menus -- is sharp as can be on the PSP.

Further, the Sony system software is ingenius. Transferring music, video, and movies is seamless via a computer's USB input. Even on a Mac this process is seamless. A simple recognition of the USB connection, create a couple folders, drag and drop. Voila! It's right there on the PSP. Also, games are cached (akin to a DVR on pause) even when turning off the PSP. A clever programming element of the system software + definite plus to counter ocassionally long load times. Finally, access to wireless firmware updates keep the PSP from being hampered by hardware/software compatibility flaws.

Related, I'm not sure why little/nothing has been said about the robust wireless capabilities of the PSP.
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104 of 117 people found the following review helpful By snowmom564 on October 5, 2006
First of, I would like to say that this is a very much better pack than the other value pack. If you're like me, and you want to put music or videos on it (I have roughly 200 songs and 20 min of video) you definitely need more than 32 MB. 32 MB, is like one relatively small album, or a 5 minute video. Heck, even 1 GB may not be enough, but its a start at least. The estra 50 is already put to good use to right here.

The game that comes with it is also very good. Its a ATV game, and its quite fun. Theres races, freestyles, eliminations, competitions, all types of things. Its pretty good, considering its free. (Since the 1 GB chip is normally 50 anyway).

To be honest, I only played the movie for a little bit to check if both the PSP and UMD worked. They all checked out, but I didn't watch it, and I probably won't. But, again, its free.

The PSP itself:

A lot of people have said that the DS is better. If you ever meat one of these people I suggest you beat them over the head with a large blunt object. One of thier main arguements is the games... "water-down ports". This means that they are PS2 games minus a bit. But, look at the name. Portable Playstation... Its a PS2 on the go. Sure you may have/ be able to buy them for PS2, but you cant take them with you.

The screen is an amazing peice of work. I have no dead pixels, and no scratches or anytihng like that. You might want to get a case to protect this from becoming damaged. The PSP has much better graphics and is much clearer and sharper. The two DS screens = PSP screen.

The controls are very superb, except for the minor [] button issue, but its not that big of a deal. The control stick, with is really a slidable nub, was very nice, and I hope the DS is the last console without one.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By MDK Fan on March 4, 2007
Okay, so I'm a gal in my 40's, but who cares, the PSP is so cool that you will love it at just about ANY age...I know I do!

I bought this Entertainment Pack, as opposed to only the core unit, solely for the extra Gig memory stick included (a must have in my opinion)..the game and movie were an added plus.

This beats all of the other portable gaming devices out there by far, even with the price, because it's not JUST a gaming device, it's a whole multimedia experience! This one truly is geared more for young adults and older due to price, fragility of the unit, game selections, and internet capabilities though. It's an adults dream come true!!!

I carry a laptop with me when I travel, but this is a great device to have with me on trips where laptops don't normally go (think shopping mall while resting at the food court, treks through flea markets, fishing or camping trips, etc). It's so small and lightweight it fits into a fanny-pack.

Just be sure to also buy a protective hard case for it at the time of purchase of the unit, as the screen is VERY prone to damage due to the fragility of it. Take good care of it and it should last a very long time.

Highly recommended!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark G. Bell, MD on January 18, 2007
Last year, I was contemplating getting an iPod and a PSP, and decided to go ahead and go on with getting an iPod as I am basically obsessed with music. However, I got a PSP for Christmas this year and am highly impressed with its features. It holds a fair amount of music (though not as much as an iPod) and has outstanding graphics available on it's small widescreen. It's controls are similar to a PS2's controller, and its wireless capabilities are outstanding. I have hooked up and played over our wireless internet connection similar to the way I have over XBOX Live, however, with the PSP, there is no subscription fee. Over all, the PSP is a great system, especially for on the road and vacation.
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