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Sure, the PSP is still a mighty attractive piece of hardware. "Handsome," you might say, but that heart-pounding allure is all but gone these days. While we wait a few more years for Sony to rectify that with a PSP 2, we can drool over another mod by "f00 f00." This time he's managed to squeeze a w...

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March 6, 2010 at 8:38PM
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It's not the first time we've seen a controller hacked for use with the PSP, but this mod by Acidmods member Blizzrad takes things a bit further than most, with it relying entirely on hardware modifications in order to work, meaning it can be done on any PSP regardless of the firmware. It's also o...

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While many of the PSP mods we've seen have been of questionable utility, at best, this latest creation from Acid Mods member Rex and his R&D team looks to be considerably more practical, although it's far from a simple hack. Not only did Rex add some presumably improved speakers, but he managed...

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It's not the world's most complicated hack, but you know how we love a good inter-console romance: Jay over in the MaxConsole forums managed to link up a 360 controller with a modded PSP, using a little homebrew magic and the Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver. The instructions aren't exactly clear, but it...

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Those of you aching to pull open your PSP and do a little modding but afraid to void your warranty -- or worse, brick your baby -- will want to check out the Virtual PSP Modder software from AcidMods. The Windows tool allows you to practice taking a PSP apart, look at the inside at up to 5X resolu...

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This old-school PSP look may not exist in real life (it's from Worth1000, a Photoshop design contest site), but we like the idea of easily interchangeable face plates on PSPs. Maybe for the next version of the PSP, perhaps? How would you deck out your PSP?...

9 years ago 0 Comments