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PSP with any Controller

PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 8:48 am
by XceS
Does anyone have experience with how to go about connecting any controller to a PSP Model 2000 with CWF 6.61 PRO-C ?
I was hoping to find something like a simple USB driver that would allow a bluetooth usb key, or a PS3 or 4 controller connected by USB, or something like that.
Something that would map the input to the actual PSP buttons.
Mind you, no PC is involved in operation. It is intented as a standalone next to the TV, have everything but a controller

Re: PSP with any Controller

PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2019 8:15 am
by RuthBrewer
No offense, but who else uses PSP in 2019? Buy yourself a Nintendo Switch or something. In general, I would think about education if I were you. If this is difficult for you, then a professional writing service can help with any dissertation you can get a good job and buy yourself a normal game console.

Re: PSP with any Controller

PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2019 12:12 pm
by DarkPacMan77
I've been out of the game for a long time and am unaware of whether or not such a thing exists for controller use on PSP.

Also, RuthBrewer, there isn't much any benefit in being rude. The PSP is still amazing.

-DarkPacMan77-

Re: PSP with any Controller

PostPosted: Thu Aug 01, 2019 9:21 am
by Danopoly
RuthBrewer, I bought a PSP again this year, albeit it's a PSP Go! Which is, in my opinion, is the most portable gaming machine and emulation machine.

XceS, if you can get your hands on a PSP Go, you can try to find yourself the Sony dock (insanely expensive) or the component cables (cheaper and will need HDMI) and connect it to your TV. The PSP Go has native support for PS3 controllers. So yes, the PSP Go was the original Switch.