why bother using ipod touch for game device..buy psp and 2nd gen ipod touch?

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by fashiongeek, Sep 29, 2009.

  1. fashiongeek

    fashiongeek New Member

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    i dont think ipod touch is a game device like to buy 299 3rd gen for game device y don't we get 2nd gen and psp...psp is much better gaming device right??? and free downloads???
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    ummm... price? i wouldn't really be able to afford it (or actually I wouldn't want to spend money on a psp as I am saving for a surfboard right now). For me I like gaming on Ipod Touch because its more casual and a quick pick up quick play type of system. I don't want to bring a psp around and wait for loading times, loading saved games, etc. I want to play for ten minutes and then put it away. I guess because I am not a huge portable gamer I don't really see the draw of a PSP compared to an ipod touch...
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    its not free games you have to sign up in the PSN and put your CREDIT CARD (or your dads card

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    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    like amolang said,

    some people may not be able to afford 2 devices at like 300 each.. the games are full priced games..
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    Nothing personal, but hate spoiled kids like you. Or well, maybe you earned your money, but you still got to understand that not everybody just has 700$ (or whatever) just lying around -.-.
    -Sorry.
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    Why would I want to buy two devices when I can just buy one that serves both purposes?
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    xinzhitan14 New Member

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    two devices means you got bigger e-peen. hahar.

    I know i wouldnt have $700 odd dollars lying around to buy a psp and touch, that would be unpractical. The touch was a replacement for my previous mp3 player and the games that its capable of playing are all bonuses. I dont think i could ever justify buying a psp due to being a casual gamer. plus my favourite game on the touch can be had for $8.99 (x2 soccer). Yes, its a soccer game, but a damn good one. better than paying $50-$80 for a psp game.
  8. The Killswitch

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    There's no need to buy both. The PSP alone is a good system for playing media, as well as playing games. The only disadvantages are:

    1) Memory cards have less space than the average iPod, and are a bit pricy
    2) Adding videos is a hassle
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    No free downloads. Just demos and trailers. Ipod touch doesnt have any good free games either, all are just demos (Maybe 1 or 2 good free games) so just forget F-R-E-E
    I think with Ipod touch you'll be happy. Its a good entertainment system.
    Now, I own a DS, a PSP-2000 hacked with 5.00m33-6 and Ipod touch 3rd generation 32gb 3.1.1 (waiting for jailbreak). Heres what I think:
    1. Ipod touch
    2. PSP
    3. DS
  10. Xhiea

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    i think the psp go is a good idea, dont have to carry games around, small and pocketable, better games.

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