How to download FREE PSP games!





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Published on Aug 22, 2011

This worked 100% for me. I have over 25 PSP games on my desktop and 3 on my PSP, and I have the current PSP version. The games and the custom firmware are both on the website. [www.pspisoz.com]

This version of the custom firmware DOES NOT require the Pandora battery, but it does require you to start it up every time you reboot your PSP.

You don't have to use [pspisoz.com]. I'd recommend it because it's reliable and doesn't require any sign-ups, but most of the download links take you to a download website that persuades its customers to sign up for faster downloads. Most of those types of websites are major rip-offs. :P

I'm just going to clarify this: [pspisoz.com] DOES NOT have EVERY PSP game out there. They'll add more and more games over time. Eventually, they'll provide your game. So, just sit tight. ;)

My PSP model is the PSP-3001(The PSP with the sparkly, white color to it). I cannot guarantee that this method will work on other models, such as the PSP Go. If you don't want to risk it, use Google or YouTube.

If you are not sure if you have the custom firmware, go to Game, then Memory Stick and inside it, you should find two new programs called, "639 PRO-B Fast Recovery" and "639 PRO-B Updater." To install the custom firmware, run "639 PRO-B Updater" and follow the instructions provided. Once it's installed, it'll take you back to the main menu.

To check if your PSP has installed the custom firmware, go to Settings, System Settings, System Information, and your System Software should say, "6.39 PRO-B8." Now, you are able to install any PSP game. Just a note, every time you reboot your PSP, you MUST run the 639 PRO-B Updater again for the games to reappear.

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