You might have to humour me a little here – I’m not a console gamer. I love PC gaming, but I’m not a fan of trying to control first person shooters with a joypad. Yes, even Goldeneye on the N64. I know, I know, I’m a heathen.
But even thinking through the mind of a console gamer, I completely fail to see the point of using a joypad to control the PSP – which is essentially just a joypad with a screen on anyway.
Worse still, you need to own a PS3 to make the whole system work in the first place. You connect your PSP to your PS3, then the controller to the PS3, and voila – you get two analogue sticks instead of just one, and a bit of miscellaneous rumbling from time to time.
In fact, it seems such a waste of time that I can’t help but think I’ve misunderstood something here. Have I got it completely wrong? Educate or vindicate me in the comments.
Sony UK (via Pocket Gamer)