Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Normally if a game has game share cababilities it has a menu for it
within the game. The person without the game has to go to game share in
the PSP OS, whilst the person with the game does it through the game.
Any data transfered to the non game PSP is deleted as soon as it's powered off, though. I've done it using Burnout Legends and believe me, the transfer process is not quick... but the game runs fine with no more slowdown than usual.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jul 18, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
In order to game share between two PSP's you need to obtain a game displaying the game sharing icon.
To share a game, first enable the Wi-Fi switch on the PSP you want to share the game from and on any PSP you want to share the game with.
Next, Browse to the game sharing option in the game you want to share and access the Game Sharing Icon on the other PSP(s) to search for the game.
When prompted, select the game available to share.
Finally, On the PSP that is sharing the game, accept the transfer and wait until the transfer is complete. Follow the instructions in the manual of the game to begin multi-player gaming.
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