Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airu Village is a mellowed down Monster Hunter, it was released in the 26th of August in Japan, but no word for a US release yet. No vicious Monsters and awesome weapons this time, but just the wholesomeness of the Felynes. It features customizable Felynes, different tasks to accomplish in the village, and even tie-ups with Namco Bandai, Sanrio, and Sony.
With this you can create your own PSP themes anyway you like it, you can use your own pictures as background, icons etc…
Check out this God Of War Ghost Of Sparta Gameplay Video from Gamespot:
Feel free to leave a comment on what you think about this game.. =)
Thanks to the PS3’s Remote Play Function, the PSP can now gain access to the PS3. The PSP now can browse through files in the HDD wether its Mp3’s movies and can even play some PS3 GAMES! The PS3 streams video right to your PSP. But you can now use the PSP to play some games from your PS3!
The PSP phone we’ve always wanted still remains a figment of our imagination my friends. Sony’s senior marketing VP Peter Dille mentioned about it in an interview from Seattle Times that sony has no plans to make any handhelds gaming/mobile phone this year. Son still no PSP Phone for us, atleast until next year.
PSP coder Damon88 has released the initial version of PSP Html Book Maker, a handy homebrew application that lets you convert any text file into an HTML formatted document for your PSP.
Psp Html Book Maker lets you convert plain text copied from PDf files or any other source into a much more organized Html format allowing you to comfortably read it on your PSP. What separates it from other similar apps (very few but nevertheless) is that PSP HTML Book Maker has a very interactive interface and it automates things as far as possible. Even a Novice user can create a book in seconds. Try it out for yourself.