However, the price for individual games can add up.
Maybe that's why you have thought about how to download free PSP games on the Internet.
Here are three sets of questions and answers you may have about where to find these free games, how to download them to your PSP and how to play those non-PSP games on your PSP.
Where can I download free PSP games? Go to Google and type in "download free PSP games" and they will lists for you many sites you can visit.
However, you should first make sure your anti-virus software is updated and on before you download any file to your computer.
If you don't want to waste your time looking at sites, you may try one of the big download sites that everyone seems to recommend.
They aren't free, but for the same price you'll pay for one new game at the stores, they will let you have unlimited access to over a million legitimate files.
How do I download games from the Internet to my PSP? First, make sure you have a formatted memory stick that's at least 256MB -- 1GB is preferable, that's inserted in your PSP.
Have a USB cable connected between your computer and your PSP.
Just drag and drop your game files from your computer's hard drive over to the PSP>GAME path.
After your games have been transferred to the memory stick, disconnect the USB cable from the PSP, scroll to GAME from the PSP main menu, then select the Memory Stick option.
Press X and a list of games on your memory stick will appear.
How can I play other non-PSP games? If you want to play games for Nintendo, Supernintendo, Megadrive, NeoGeo and others on your PSP, you can if you download the homebrew PSP games that emulate the gaming consoles of those other platforms.
Programmers design, customize and develop these homebrew PSP games which are available on the Internet.
For these types of games to work on your PSP, you need to have PSP Firmware 1.
5 or less installed.
If you have a newer PSP, you will need to downgrade the firmware for those games to play.
Downloading PSP games is easy if you download from a safe site and follow the simple steps outlined in this guide.
Soon you will be enjoying many more games anytime and anywhere.
Copyright (c) 2008 by Jon Chan