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    Me. I have all of them.
    KICK ASS! I have all but 1 and 2. I just bought 6.

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    I haven't plugged in the microphone yet for 6 since I've read that it's hit and miss on whether it picks up your voice.
    You oughta pick up WarioWare for the GameCube if you like the multiplayer games on Mario Party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FH
    I haven't plugged in the microphone yet for 6 since I've read that it's hit and miss on whether it picks up your voice.
    You oughta pick up WarioWare for the GameCube if you like the multiplayer games on Mario Party.
    Me either. I really have no desire to play with the mic. I'll rent WarioWare. How's the game set up? Just a lot of minigames?

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    I use the word "clan" losely as we do not recruit or compete... we all know each other in some way. Mostly through work or related to each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty5150
    Me either. I really have no desire to play with the mic. I'll rent WarioWare. How's the game set up? Just a lot of minigames?
    Have you played the GameBoy version? It's very addictive. The premise is you have a few seconds to play different mini-games. They come at you fast and furious!

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    PSP Set to Release on March 24 Across North America
    Thursday February 3, 8:08 am ET
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    Sony Computer Entertainment America to Retail Single SKU PSP Value Pack for $249.99

    So you don't have to wade through the PR release lingo:

    $249 "Value" Pack:
    PSP System
    AC Adapter
    Carrying Case
    Batter Pack
    32 MB Memory Stick Duo
    Game Sampler
    Spiderman 2 UMD

    Launches on March 24

    Sony is only releasing the value pack, so you can't just buy the system. Games are "as low as $39.99" which pretty much means a $40-50 price range. I'm sure Nintendo is breathing a little easier after all the talk of a $199.99 launch.



    FOSTER CITY, Calif., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. announced today the North American launch details for its highly anticipated PSP(TM) (PlayStation(R) Portable) handheld entertainment system. Available through retail outlets on March 24, the company continues its consumer-centric legacy with the release of the PSP Value Pack for a suggested retail price of $249.99 U.S./$299.99 CND. In addition to the revolutionary PSP hardware, the PSP Value Pack contains an unprecedented added-value package of accessories and entertainment content, including 32 MB Memory Stick Duo(TM), headphones with remote control, battery pack, AC adaptor, soft case and cleaning cloth, movie/music/game video sampler UMD disc including multiple non-interactive game demos, and for the first one million PSP Value Packs shipped, a special UMD video release of the feature film Spider-Man(TM) 2 from Sony Pictures Entertainment.
    Sony Computer Entertainment will manufacture one million units for sale in the North American market by the close of its fiscal year ending March 31. This figure is part of the company's total three-million-unit worldwide PSP system shipment estimate within the same time period. PSP released in Japan on December 12, 2004 and is already a hit, with more than 800,000 units shipped, including a 200,000-unit allocation that sold out on day one.

    PSP sets a new standard as the first truly integrated portable entertainment system designed to provide consumers with a comprehensive entertainment experience including games, music, movies, communication, and wireless networking. Featuring graphics rendering capabilities comparable to the company's leading in-home console, PlayStation(R)2, PSP brings an unparalleled gaming experience to a portable platform, allowing users to enjoy 3D games, with high-quality, full-motion video, and high-fidelity stereo audio. PSP also allows for digital photo display and supports digital music playback in both MP3 and ATRAC formats.

    "PSP will evolve and elevate portable entertainment, giving users the freedom to play full 3D games, watch movies, listen to music and connect wirelessly on their terms, their time and their place," said Kaz Hirai, president and chief executive officer, Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. "More than ever, today's consumer demands access to entertainment outside the home without compromising quality. With more than 100 PSP game titles currently in development worldwide, and the ability to download and listen to digital music and view feature films with breathtaking screen quality, PSP lets users control their entertainment options, all in one package."

    PSP features an unmatched 4.3-inch, 16:9 wide screen TFT LCD that displays full color (16.77 million colors) on a 480 x 272 pixel high-resolution screen. PSP also comes complete with built-in stereo speakers, exterior headphone connector and diverse input/output connectors such as USB 2.0, and 802.11b (Wi-Fi) wireless LAN, enabling users to connect to the Internet and play online via a wireless network.* Up to 16 PSPs in the vicinity can also be connected to each other directly in ad-hoc mode, allowing for wireless head-to-head competition. In addition, wireless capabilities will allow software and data to be downloaded to a PSP and saved onto a Memory Stick Duo.

    PSP also adopts a newly developed proprietary, compact, but high-capacity optical disc, Universal Media Disc (UMD(TM)), as its storage medium. UMD is the next-generation compact storage media, only 60mm in diameter but can store up to 1.8GB of digital data -- more than three times the data held on a CD-ROM. A broad range of digital entertainment content such as high quality 3D games, music, movies, video clips and other programs can be distributed on UMD. To protect this content, a robust copyright protection system has been developed for UMD, which utilizes a combination of a unique disc ID, 128 bit AES encryption keys for the media, and individual ID for each PSP hardware unit.

    PSP (PlayStationPortable) Basic Specifications and Features

    Product Name PSP(TM) (PlayStation(R)Portable)
    Color Black
    Product Code PSP-1001K
    Dimensions Approximately 6.7 in (W) x .9 in (H) x 2.9 in (D)
    Weight Approximately 280g / .62 lbs (including battery)
    CPU PSP CPU (System clock frequency 1 - 333MHz)
    Main Memory 32MB
    Embedded DRAM 4MB
    Display 4.3 inch, 16:9 Wide screen TFT LCD
    480 x 272 pixel, 16.77 million colors
    Maximum luminance 180 / 130 / 80cd/m2 (when using
    battery pack)
    Maximum luminance 200 / 180 / 130 / 80cd/m2 (when
    using AC adaptor)
    Sound Built-in stereo speakers
    Main Input/Output IEEE 802.11b (Wi-Fi)
    USB 2.0 (mini-B)
    Memory Stick Duo(TM)
    IrDA
    IR Remote
    Main Connectors Memory Stick Duo(TM) Slot
    USB connector
    DC OUT connector
    DC IN 5V connector
    Headset connector
    Keys/Switches Directional buttons (Up/Down/Right/Left)
    Analog Stick
    Enter keys (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square)
    Left, Right shoulder buttons x 1
    START button, SELECT button, HOME button x 1
    POWER/HOLD switch x 1
    Display button, Sound button, Volume +/- buttons x 1
    Wireless LAN switch (ON/OFF) x 1
    OPEN latch (UMD) x 1
    Power Lithium-ion Battery
    AC Adaptor
    Disc Drive UMD Drive (Read only)
    Profile PSP Game
    UMD Audio (profile name TBD)
    UMD Video (profile name TBD)
    Codec [Video]: "UMD": H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile Level3
    [Video}: "Memory Stick": MPEG-4 SP,AAC
    [Music]: "UMD": linear PCM,ATRAC3plus(TM)
    [Music}: "Memory Stick": ATRAC3plus(TM),MP3(MPEG1/2
    Layer3)
    [Photo]: JPEG (DCF2.0/Exif2.21)
    Security (Encryption) 128bit AES (Copyright protection
    technology) MagicGate(TM)
    Access control Region, Parental Control
    Wireless
    communications
    IEEE802.11b Infrastructure mode
    Ad hoc mode (connection up to 16 consoles)
    PSP Value Pack
    supplied
    accessories AC adaptor
    Battery pack
    Memory Stick Duo (32 MB)
    Headphone with remote control
    Soft case and cloth
    UMD In-pack Sampler


    About PSP(TM) (PlayStation(R) Portable)

    PSP(TM) (PlayStation(R) Portable) is a new portable entertainment system that allows users to enjoy 3D games, high-quality full-motion video, and high-fidelity stereo audio. With graphics rendering capability comparable to that of PlayStation(R)2, PSP features a 4.3 inch widescreen, high-resolution TFT display. PSP also adopts a newly developed compact but high-capacity (1.8GB) optical disc, Universal Media Disc (UMD(TM)), as its storage medium. With a wide range of accessories and connectivity options, including Memory Stick Duo, USB 2.0, IR port and WiFi wireless LAN, PSP is the new entertainment platform from PlayStation.

    About Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.

    Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. continues to redefine the entertainment lifestyle with its PlayStation(R) and PS one(TM) game console, the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system and the PSP(TM) (PlayStation(R) Portable) handheld entertainment system. The PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system is set to revolutionize the home entertainment market, offering the most compelling interactive content and the capability to be used as a network terminal in the coming broadband era. PSP is a new portable entertainment system that allows users to enjoy 3D games, with high-quality full-motion video, and high-fidelity stereo audio.

    Recognized as the undisputed industry leader, Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. markets the PlayStation family of products and develops, publishes, markets and distributes software for the PS one game console, the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system and the PSP handheld entertainment system for the North American market. Based in Foster City, Calif. Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. serves as headquarters for all North American operations and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

    Visit us on the Web at www.us.playstation.com.
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    PSP Amasses Largest Launch Line-Up for March 24th Release
    Thursday February 3, 8:08 am ET
    More Than 24 Titles From The World's Leading Software Development Firms Expected During Launch Window From All Major Publishers
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    FOSTER CITY, Calif., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- With unsurpassed support from the world's premier software developers, Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. announced today the groundbreaking line-up of 24 titles for its revolutionary PSP(TM) (PlayStation(R) Portable) handheld entertainment system, available during the North American launch timeframe. With a launch library more than triple that of our closest competitor, Sony Computer Entertainment America further displays the ongoing support for the new platform with an additional 23 titles currently in development. Consumers can expect Sony Computer Entertainment America's software titles to range from as low as $39.99 SRP.
    Representing a broad cross section of entertainment genres, the diverse PSP system launch library includes titles from publishing leaders Activision, Capcom, Eidos Interactive, Electronic Arts, Koei, Konami, Namco and Sony Online Entertainment. Additionally, Sony Computer Entertainment America enjoys unprecedented support for the PSP with over 100 content developers and publishers on board worldwide to create titles for PSP, accounting for most of the software development community.

    In addition to the massive gaming software line-up assembled to support the new system, PSP is the first truly integrated portable entertainment system designed to provide consumers with a comprehensive entertainment experience including music, movies, communication, and wireless networking. PSP features graphics rendering capability comparable to that of PlayStation(R)2, allowing users to enjoy 3D games, with high-quality, full-motion video, and high-fidelity stereo audio. PSP also adopts a newly developed proprietary, compact, but high-capacity optical disc, Universal Media Disc (UMD(TM)), as its storage medium. UMD is the next generation compact storage media, only 60mm in diameter but can store up to 1.8GB of digital data -- more than three times the data held on a CD-ROM.

    "The high profile lineup includes a wide range of products that will appeal to every type of gamer -- from the sports fan to the action enthusiast -- providing consumers with the ultimate entertainment experience in the palm of their hands," said Andrew House, executive vice president, Sony Computer Entertainment America. "Combined with a strong first party lineup, the portable entertainment space will be catapulted to new heights as we engage in the single biggest consumer launch of the year."

    "We are pleased to be building franchises for the PSP that will change consumers' expectations of portable entertainment content," said Jack Tretton, executive vice president, Sony Computer Entertainment America. "PSP has allowed the development teams to create engaging content that is not only fun to play, but shows off the amazing technology of the unit, brining unparalleled visual quality to the portable entertainment arena."

    Consumers can find the following titles available during the launch window at more than 18,000 retail locations (listed in alphabetical order):

    -- Ape Escape(R): On the Loose, Sony Computer Entertainment America
    -- ATV Offroad Fury(R): Blazin' Trails, Sony Computer Entertainment
    America
    -- Darkstalkers Chronicle(TM): The Chaos Tower, Capcom
    -- Dynasty Warriors(R), KOEI
    -- FIFA 2005, Electronic Arts
    -- Gretzky(TM) NHL(R), Sony Computer Entertainment America
    -- Lumines(TM), Ubisoft
    -- Metal Gear Acid(TM), Konami
    -- MLB(TM), Sony Computer Entertainment America
    -- MVP Baseball, Electronic Arts
    -- NBA, Sony Computer Entertainment America
    -- NBA Street Showdown, Electronic Arts
    -- Need for Speed(TM) Rivals, Electronic Arts
    -- NFL Street 2 Unleashed, Electronic Arts
    -- Rengoku(TM): Tower of Purgatory, Konami
    -- Ridge Racer(TM), Namco
    -- Smartbomb, Eidos Interactive
    -- Spider-Man 2(TM), Activision
    -- Tiger Woods PGA TOUR(R), Electronic Arts
    -- Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix, Activision
    -- Twisted Metal: Head On(TM), Sony Computer Entertainment America
    -- Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade, Sony Online Entertainment
    -- Wipeout(R) Pure, Sony Computer Entertainment America
    -- World Tour Soccer, Sony Computer Entertainment America

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    ...PSP also allows for digital photo display and supports digital music playback in both MP3 and ATRAC formats.
    Just don't try to verbally describe this feature to a hippy:

    "8-Track format? You mean I can play Freedom Rock on it, man?"

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    I celebrated SONY's announcement yesterday by going out and buying the DS!

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    i need some help.i am almost finished with this and am stuck on the riot missions.the main one is when you have to recruit gang members for you and ceasar.cant get any of them dudes.any help?sucka you know what im talking about?
    I used to wonder why he was grinning all the time(Michael Ian Black talkin about EVH on VH1 I love the 80's) but then i realized the reason he's grinning is because he's Eddie F*#king Van Halen

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy007
    You mean I can play Freedom Rock on it, man?"
    Freedom Rock ... ha ha ha ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRAMER5150
    i need some help.i am almost finished with this and am stuck on the riot missions.the main one is when you have to recruit gang members for you and ceasar.cant get any of them dudes.any help?sucka you know what im talking about?
    Isn't that the mission where you have to pickup Ceaser's boys at the train station? Then you have to retake their territory from a rival gang.
    If it's just recruiting gang members, I think you just aim a gun at them and push up on the d pad. I think they have to be wearing your colors too in order for it to work.
    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf66
    Isn't that the mission where you have to pickup Ceaser's boys at the train station? Then you have to retake their territory from a rival gang.
    If it's just recruiting gang members, I think you just aim a gun at them and push up on the d pad. I think they have to be wearing your colors too in order for it to work.
    Hope that helps!


    that's it, thanks
    I used to wonder why he was grinning all the time(Michael Ian Black talkin about EVH on VH1 I love the 80's) but then i realized the reason he's grinning is because he's Eddie F*#king Van Halen

 

 

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