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  1. twinkletoes

    twinkletoes Well-Known Member

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    Does anoyone have a psp? do you think they are suitable for a youngish child?

    jordan has said he wants one for his birthday, but i told him i cant afford one for his birthday and he would have to ask father christmas for whe he comes next time. but is he too young for one do you reckon? he'll be almost 7 this xmas.

    my dads selling one and says i can have it for £50 but if hes going to be too young for it then i dont wanna waste the £50 if you see what i mean.

    any advice would be very much appriciated
     
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    KX Well-Known Member

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    My OH has one and is obsessed. I think they are find depending on the games u buy for it-Vice City Stories, San Andreas are a no no. But the footie games are fab PES 6 etc. :D
     
  3. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    We have one - If hes into his gaming then I'm sure he would get the hang of it & tbh & £50 :shock: I would snap it up anyway. :D
     
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    Iwantone!!! Well-Known Member

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    bloody hell ur orgainsed this xmas i ahev just got over teh last one
     
  5. twinkletoes

    twinkletoes Well-Known Member

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    well my dad bought one age sago and has played on it once. so he says seen as though its me i can have it for £50 if i want it :D and the best thing is, he says i can pay for it a couplke of quid a week so i wouldnt be skinting myself

    jordan is really into gaming. he has an xbox that he got for xmas a couple of years ago and he loves it. but now he says he wants something he can take to my mums ect...

    is it true you can play dvd's on them?
     
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    twinkletoes Well-Known Member

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    jordan is into car games like need for speed. can you get stuff like that for the psp??
     
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    twinkletoes Well-Known Member

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    thanks wobbles
     
  9. ImTheDaddy

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    I am not too sure, some kids get on really well with Playstation, etc, and Nintendo DS, PSP's, GBA's but it depends on your LO's willingness to persceiveer and learn how to work the games machine.

    Also co-ordination.

    Jade gets bored as soon as she finds it too hard. She loves just walking around/driving around etc but not to do the actual game!!!

    for £50 it's probably not too big a risk, if he don't like it or get on with it, you play with it.

    Games can be expensive but go 2nd hand seems to e a good way to save ££££££££££££££££££.

    Hope it works out.
     
  10. KX

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    I'll sell you PES 5 for £5! :D
     

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