PSP for casual gamer part 2

After my previous blog on this matter I thought that I was bit harsh since I actually hardly know the guy. He works in different department and thanks to my busy schedule I don't even have time to talk him every day. Anyway casual gamer he is, for sure. We had couple of PSP multiplayer ad-hoc session this week. These were the first ever PSP ad-hoc multiplayer games I had as well and that was strangely disappointing. How can there be a lag in ad-hoc WLAN game. I know it's only 802.11b, which should way better than anything over internet still.
Anyway, another example on how some people should be consulted before getting into gaming to get most out of it. That sounds terribly arrogant I know.

After I had slacked off his chosen console last time I need to blabber more about the matter. On our first game pre set-up it came clear that this fellow doesn't have a memory card. Apparently the bundle he got simply didn't have one. And after one months use he had not gotten one? Well granted PSP's sleep function is quite good here but I got an impression that he was not using it either since each time he was loading his game. Anyway his console selection was odd and not having a save function even more stranger. This guy really has no clue. Anyway I hooked him up with one old memory cards I had lying around. Which was my good deed of the day/week... I mean come on. You get 100-150£ games console but no £5 memory card to be able to save your games. Tried giving him some recommendations on getting some decent PSP titles, but if these can not be found from the bottom the bargain bin he was not having any of it. Oh dear...

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After my previous blog on this matter I thought that I was bit harsh since I actually hardly know the guy. He works in different department and thanks to my busy schedule I don't even have time to talk him every day. Anyway casual gamer he is, for sure. We had couple of PSP multiplayer ad-hoc session this week. These were the first ever PSP ad-hoc multiplayer games I had as well and that was strangely disappointing. How can there be a lag in ad-hoc WLAN game. I know it's only 802.11b, which should way better than anything over internet still.
Anyway, another example on how some people should be consulted before getting into gaming to get most out of it. That sounds terribly arrogant I know.

After I had slacked off his chosen console last time I need to blabber more about the matter. On our first game pre set-up it came clear that this fellow doesn't have a memory card. Apparently the bundle he got simply didn't have one. And after one months use he had not gotten one? Well granted PSP's sleep function is quite good here but I got an impression that he was not using it either since each time he was loading his game. Anyway his console selection was odd and not having a save function even more stranger. This guy really has no clue. Anyway I hooked him up with one old memory cards I had lying around. Which was my good deed of the day/week... I mean come on. You get 100-150£ games console but no £5 memory card to be able to save your games. Tried giving him some recommendations on getting some decent PSP titles, but if these can not be found from the bottom the bargain bin he was not having any of it. Oh dear...