What Is Game Sharing on the PSP?

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On the PSP, game sharing is a great function in which one game disc can be used to allow nearby PSPs to access the same game. Use wireless Internet to share games with neighboring PSPs with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.

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Let's talk a little bit about game sharing on the PSP. Now, what is game sharing? Well, it's a great function where if you have a game disc certain games are programmed with game sharing. So, if you put it into your PSP and there's another PSP on the Internet nearby you can simply beam the game to the other PSP and you can both play that same game simply from the same disc. That means you only have to buy one copy of the disc. And it's a great function, and it's one that I think should be used in more in more games on the PSP, but it's nice that some publishers are recognizing the value of this and it needs to becoming an increasingly valuable function. In order to start game sharing mode, of course, the first thing you need to do is make sure that your WLAN switch, your wireless LAN switch is on. Otherwise, you won't be able to make the connection. Then, you're going to go ahead and pick the game sharing enabled game of your choice and just put it into your PSP. When you get in there will be a game sharing icon. You'll go ahead and activate that. Now, the player on the other side will also see a game sharing icon come up when you're connected. Have that player select the icon on their side. The game will begin transmitting from this side. It may take a little while to activate. And then, when it's done you will be in a two-player Internet connection with that game, and you can start playing head-to-head, cooperative, whatever the game mode enables for game sharing.


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