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u probably have sticky stuff and dirt in the directional pad, try this:
take the battery out, make sure the power is off, pour a little alcohol in the the crack of the directional pad, then press the directional pad in the different directions to loosen it up, finally let the psp sit for a few hours til the alcohol dries (or blow in it) that sould loosen everything up, if that does not work you will have to open the unit and clean the pad thorougly...
Star wars: force unleashed was a bad game... anyways:
Maybe the disk isnt read rite by your psp. maybe the disk is wrong?
Or it could just be that you dont use the directional buttons for gameplay, just the analog stick. XD
honestly sounds like its the controller port either have to open it up and make sure everything is connect correctly around it or even blow some air into the ports to blow anything that might be blocking they come loose now and again over the years of use.
have you tryed it on the controller port 2 yet? if not try that and see if it works on that one.
I think your PSP may have had a confrontation with moisture. It sounds like the D-pad has one of the circuit pads shorte together full time. If one of the direction pads is always on, it will ignore the rest or add to them for a diagonal move. You need to open up your PSP and Look closely at the circuit pads for a form of short circuit across from one side to the other. you can scratch the short away if you find one. This should help. Good luck.