Oh yeah, i've got it. Spend £150 on a PSP and risk bricking it so you can play some home grown DOS version of tetris and a few SNES/GBA games on it. Right, I get it now :roll:
I've got a better idea. Buy a GBA instead of a PSP and play some GBA games on that :whistling:
Alternatively - buy a few PSP games, a good PSP movie encoder, encode some decent sounds and use it for what it is designed for. I just don't understand this homebrew malarky? Is the PSP not adaquate as it is?
It's a handheld photo viewer, movie player, games machine and music player.
I wouldn't mind so much, but homebrew doesn't look worth the hassle anyway. You can't run Windows CE on a PSP using homebrew. You can't run Tomtom Navigator. You can play tetris, and a couple of emus ... hahaha
Please tell me what the point is, as i'm dying to know.