The PSP MFD was released in Japan in 2006, but it didn’t reach the US until 2008, with a few minor changes. The biggest change was the inclusion of a USB cable and a battery pack. The larger battery allowed players to play longer on a single charge, but it also high enough capacity to be used as a portable power source for other PSP devices. The MFD also came with its own charging cradle and AC/DC converter for the battery pack.

It seems like a PSP game has been released every week over the past several months. As you may be aware, I’m a big fan of the handheld and have been using one since I was first introduced to them during my freshman year of high school. I’ve used my PSP quite a bit and I’ve experienced some pretty amazing games on it. The PSP has a rich gaming library with an assortment of genres and game types available to users. For example, there are games that let you “run” and play a game, games that let you “drive” around a virtual city, games that let you “choose your side in a war”, etc.

The PSP multi-functional case is a must have for any PSP owner, especially for those of you who play competitive games. You know the ones we’re talking about, the kind that can get pretty expensive. Luckily, you can find this product in many different colors and sizes.

I bought a PSP bag, as I mentioned in my most recent Recent Buys article.

It was on sale for 250php at ToyKingdom, and I just had a cheap PSP foam case from Japan Home Center, so I figured “what the heck.”

The PSP is held in the bag by a detachable cushioned flap with two bands. The flap has Velcro on the side, and the bag has two layers to which the flap may be attached. One is in the very bottom of the bag, while the other is near the center. On the interior of the bag near the rear end, there is a Velcro sealed pocket and a zipped mesh pocket on the top cover. The bag comes with a shoulder strap that you can attach to the bag’s outer rings to carry your PSP bag hands-free.

PSPBag_03 The bag is for the PSP 2000 and 3000 models, according to the packaging, however if you have one of the fat PSP 1000s, you’re OK. The fact that the box had a Region 2 designation on its side amused me. Bags are unlikely to be region restricted, so there’s no need to be concerned.