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adhoc party - psp tutorial

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Uploaded on Nov 6, 2008

adhoc party (for ps3) - psp tutorial

You can't play online with all the versions of a psp game, with that, you can't play Tekken Japanese version with an American version. You have to have the same version. EU-EU, US-US etc. We tried Tales of the World to trade items. Well, we could have tried multiplayer but i wasn't far enough in the game to enable the option According to the manual (on the Japanese Ad-hoc party) only Japanese players can play with each other. Technically that's true, but if you have a Japanese copy too you can join the fun with Japanese players. Hopefully when we get our version in the US and EU, Sony will send an update for compatibility with all versions, though I doubt that.

Anyway, all players must do the same steps on the video except for one thing, hosting a room in a lobby. In a lobby players can send text messages, have a voice chat and even use a playstation eye. 4 people can join max. On a lobby you can only send text messages and the total of 32 people can stand in one lobby.

So, follow the steps. Get your psp on with the game that you want to play, connect to multiplayer on your game. Let the psp search for players and leave it that way. Then select the third option on ad-hoc party called ad-hoc (on the ps3). The ps3 will find your psp and then select okay. Go to a lobby where you and your friends planned to meet each other. Like Lobby A, number 1. And then one of you has to host a room. Once everyone is in and a few seconds have passed, your psp fill find names of the players that are in your lobby and voila!

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