Sony PSP 3000 System Core Pack
A Great Gaming System
The PSP 3000 is an excellent handheld gaming system for those on the go. You can play mind-blowing video games such as God of War, Soul Calibur, Final Fantasy, etc., watch videos and movies (have to be downloaded from PSN or transferred by USB cable), listen to music in MP3 format, go on the internet, read comics, get PSP Themes, and lots more. The PSP is a great video game system and doesn't weigh that much when you take it with you. I personally love this system because it's like a PS3 (without some games like Call of Duty or inFamous) in your hands. On the PlayStation Store, you can download games, demos, add-ons, music, videos, comics, and lots more. When I got the PSP 3000 when it was 200 dollars, it came with the system, charger, 1 GB Memory Stick, Daxter, Ratchet & Clank, and National Treasure 2 the movie, so it might be different with this pack. Overall, if you want a good system to bring wherever, whenever with you, the PSP 3000 is a great system and will blow your mind.
Could've Been Better
To be honest, I LOVE my PSP-3001, however, it could've been better. I've had it for a year and it's still working, after dropping it, I don't know like, fourteen times? However, I've had a problem with the LCD screen where's this annoying line going through the screen. (I did some research on this and is just a normal problem after normal use/Also got rid of it after doing some tweaking). The battery life sucks compared to the PSP-2000, but it'll do. I'm hoping to get a PS Vita, soon, or getting a PSPgo for more portability as I love the games I have for my PSP-3000, such as Project DIVA 2nd/EXTEND and Black Rock Shooter: The Game (Japanese-Region games and reasons why I bought the PSP).
i like the new look of the psp 3000 better than the the psp and the psp 2000 10-1 and that i can buy accessories for the psp 3000
great buy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
if you are not buying this for your self you are missing out. i have nothing to say other then buy it
The Greatest Handheld System Ever
This is my second PSP System my old one got broken because I was messing with the UMD Drive but it stil works great expect for the UMD because I broke it but This is a great handheld I would reccomend it for any gamer that likes to play outside
Good, but not amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i bought a psp 3000 but i got bored with it b-cuz i had no games for it, so now im gonna get a psp 3000 ghost of sparta bundle limited edition, im really looking forward to it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best System Ever
I got this system about a week ago and I can say it's the best system I've ever played, I think it is even better than my Wii (but that's my opinion), My first hand held was a GameBoy Advance SP then I got a DS and I thought those were great but then I got this and it's the best system ever!!! The graphics are ubserd for a hand-held (but I think some games ruin them because I have Call of Duty Three and they look like my PC but on MGS:Peace Walker the graphics are ruined). The design is better than a DS because your hands get tired very fast with its sharp edges but with my PSP I could play days on end. The sound is excellent because you can hear shooting all around you instead of just in front of you like a GameCube. The performance is way beyond my expectations. The functionality is great and it is very durable, with my DS I dropped it on the floor and it has plastic covering and it chipped and I dropped my PSP out of the car onto rocks and not even a visual scratch. That's it for my review.
Does Exactly What It's Supposed To
Let me just start off by saying that I got this system to play games. I have something that performs all the extras features (laptop, mp3 player, etc.). My point is, if you're going to judge this on functionality, it is primarily for gaming. I'm a girl and I'm not much into fighting type games, like most games for the PSP are. Despite this, I found a large selection of awesome games. Lots of people now are getting the 3DS, and I'll admit that I have borrowed one and messed with it. As cool as the 3D is, after about 20 minutes your eyes and head begin to ache. The '3D' of the PSP is much like the KH: 360 Days for DS and has NEVER made my head hurt the way the DS has. This system does exactly what it's supposed to and I've seen no problems with it. If you're getting it 'just' to watch movies or to browse the Internet, I suggest you go with something that is made specifically for that.
Great in my mind
I really like this system, its got the best handheld graphics so far even with the 3DS out this system keeps up graphics wise. The controls can be odd with some games do to the fact that there is only one analog stick, but some games run very well without it. The PSP has ALOT of games, and they are all of different types. Horror, Shooter, Platform, Racing, you name it the PSP has it. This model is the best hands down, the go takes away the option of UMD's which is a bummer because you have to buy the games at full price. Although UMD's are NOT the strongest they hold up fine if you don't throw your PSP around like a mad man. The battery life holds up, but if you do plan on downloading games, you should really keep your charger close-by because the downloads can take a long time. My PSP came with a 1gig memory stick, you may want to upgrade because 1 gig wont hold if your a person who likes to download their games. Overall I say this system is worth buy BUT get this model, not the Go or any of the earlier models.
Buying a PSP was probably one of the best decisions I have ever made. It has tons of great games like Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Grand Theft Auto, Patapon, Madden 09, Burnout Paradise, Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters, God of War: Chains of Olympus, etc. But the most impressive thing about the PSP is that you can use it for more than gaming. It has free internet, and you can download music, images, videos, and game demos. Basically, the people that made it packed in so much stuff that is impossible to get bored of it. Plus, this upgraded version called the PSP 3000 has access to the Playstation store, a brighter LCD screen, and a built-in microphone. I've had the old PSP for about 2 years, and it never let me down, and I recently upgraded to the PSP 3000 which doubled the amount of time I usually spend playing the PSP. Rock On, Sony!