Saving Games on PSP

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The most basic function to save a game on a PSP is the one that allows a player to save a game in progress. Learn how to save whole games on a PSP with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.

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Video Transcript

Let's talk a little bit about how to save games on your PSP. First of all, the most basic saving game function is to save a game in progress in the game that you're playing. Every every single game with the PSP will have some sort of save game function, so simply select save game and you'll get a list of available slots. Go ahead and select a slot, hit x, and it will go ahead and take that slot. The number of slots for each game is limited, so you're going to want to be careful that you don't try to save a billion save games on each game. Another function for saving games on your PSP is to save whole games. The easiest way to to do this is to interface with your PS3 console, your Playstation 3 if you have it. You can just go ahead and plug in the USB port right up here, and the PS3 will see your PSP as a adjunct to it. And what you can do is you can download demos or whole games from the Playstation store right to it. Simply go to the store. There's a PSP part of the store. Select your game, it will ask you if you want to download to your PSP. You'll say yes, it'll automatically start saving directly to your PSP memory stick which looks like this, in varying sizes, and then that game will be available to play on your PSP.


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