Sunday, October 28, 2007

~How to install PSP Tube and watch Youtube videos directly off PSP with wifi connection~

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NOTE: This is a tutorial to install PSP Tube and watch Youtube videos on your PSP by going online on your PSP with wifi connection. This program uses firmwares 1.00, 1.50, or a 3.XX custom firmware. This only works with non-wpa key internet connections, with some exceptions. This tutorial is based on your kernel set at 3.XX if you have a 3.XX custom firmware.

Things you need:

  1. PSP Tube file:
  2. PSP with firmware 1.00, 1.50 or custom firmware 3.XX.
  3. A Youtube account and a Youtube developers account.

Step 1:

Make sure your PSP is one of the listing firmwares. Download the above PSP Tube file. Make a Youtube account here: Once you have a Youtube account, you need to make a Youtube Developers account here: To register, you will need to input a few answers to simple questions, just put whatever. Then afterwards, you will receive a Developer ID you will need later.

Step 2:

Depending on your firmware, you will need to move the ‘100’, ‘150’, or the ‘200over’ file over to the corresponding folder. [Ex: the ‘200 and over’ folder would be used for a user with a custom firmware 2.XX+ such as 3.40 OE or 3.52 M33 or 3.03 OE. And it would be moved to the ‘Game’ folder in the ‘PSP folder’ on the base of your memory stick]. Now you will need to use the Developer ID you have acquired. From the PSP Tube folder on your PSP, click on the ‘100’, ’200over’ or ‘150’ folder(which ever you chose to copy over), and locate the ‘psptube.cfg’ file and open it with Notepad.

Look at my picture, scroll all the way down in the file like so. And notice where it says

[dev_id = "ABCDEFGHIJK"

dev_id = ""]

You need to imput your Developer ID in between the quotation marks where I show in the picture labeling “here”. Now after you do that, save the file and exit out of it.

Step 3:

Now exit out of USB mode and head over to the ‘Game’ tab and then to ‘Memory Stick’ click on that and then you will see the PSP Tube icon, so click on that. It will ask you which network connection you want to use, then press ‘O’ not ‘X’, because ‘X’ will exit out of it. That’s it, hope you like it and enjoy :D.


If you have any problems just ask, I’ll do my best to help you. If the above link is dead, just ask, and I will re-upload it for you. Perhaps you might not be able to create a Developer’s ID, if not then use this one: ‘k0S_9z-k3kU’.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

*How to play PS1 games on your PSP*

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NOTE: This tutorial shows you where you what you need in order to play PS1 games on your PSP and how to make/where to get the games.



*Custom Firmware/ Sony Firmware 3.00+ with access to PS3- Playstation Store.

*USB cord

*Access to PS1 ISO/ PS1 downloadable game from Playstation Store.

Note: This program requires either of the following:

  1. A PSP with firmware 3.00+. This firmware enables the PSP to play PS1 games, but you must also be able to download the PS1 games from the Playstation Store on a PS3.
  2. A PSP with custom firmware such as 3.03 OE, 3.40 OE, or 3.52 M33. These firmwares are able to run PS1 iso files or PS1 EBOOT files. Refer to my tutorial here: How to turn your PS1 Games into playable PSP Games.


  1. If you have a PSP with firmware 3.00+ you can play PS1 games on it. All you need to do is download the PS1 game from the Playstation Store on the PS3 System. Then put the games in the ‘GAME’ folder.
  2. If you have a custom firmware, such as 3.03 OE,3.40 OE, or 3.52 M33, you can play PS1 games by using ISO files or EBOOT files that represent the game. You put the ISO file in the ‘ISO’ folder in the base of the Memory Stick. You put the EBOOT file in the ‘GAME’ folder with your kernel set at 3.XX.


If you still can’t get it to work, just ask and I’ll do my best to fix your problem.

Friday, October 26, 2007

~How to Install NesterJ on your PSP and play NES games on your PSP~

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NOTE: This is a tutorial to play NES games on your PSP. This program can be run in 3.XX custom firmware and 1.50.

Files You Will Need:

  1. NesterJ v1.11:

Step 1:

Download the above file and connect your PSP to your computer via USB, and enter ‘USB Mode’.

Step 2:

Open the ‘NesterJ’ folder and inside you will see the ‘NESTERJ’ folder and inside that you will see the ‘SAVE’, ‘STATE’, EOOT.PBP and stuff folders. Open the PSP window on your computer and when in the base of the memory stick, click on ‘PSP’ then ‘GAME’. Put the ‘NESTERJ’ folder in the ‘GAME’ folder and that’s it.

Step 3:

Now, all you need to do is get a ROM file of your favorite Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) game and stick it in the ‘NESTERJ’ folder and you are all set to play. Just exit out of USB mode and go to game and memory stick and the NesterJ v1.11 icon will pop up. Open it and it will lead you to where your game files are, press the ‘O’ option when highlighting the desired game to play it.


If you have any problems just ask, I’ll do my best to help you. If the above link is dead, just ask, and I will re-upload it for you.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

~How to Install Daedalus 12 on your PSP and play Nintendo 64 games on your PSP~

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NOTE: This is a tutorial to play N64 games on your PSP. This program requires custom firmware to use.

Daedalus is simply a a N64 emulator, which has been noted to be the best N64 emulator for the PSP so far. Not all games work on it, but a lot are playable, and even a few run about the same.

Files You Will Need:

  1. Daedalus 12:

Step 1:

Download the above file and connect your PSP to your computer via USB.

Step 2:

Open the folder ‘Daedalus Folders’ and you will see 2 folders: ‘Daedalus’ and ‘Daedalus%’. Look on your computer for your PSP (removable drive) and go to the base of your memory stick (will have the PSP, Video, Music, Picture files). Click on the ‘PSP’ folder and then the ‘GAME150’. Paste the two files you saw earlier, the ‘Daedalus’ and the ‘Daedalus%’ folders into the ‘GAME150’ folder. Now you finished installation.

Step 3:

Now you need to get a ROM file of the Nintendo 64 game you want to play, and put it in the ‘Daedalus’ folder in the ‘Roms’ folder. Now exit out of USB mode, then go over to the ‘Gane’ tab on the main menu of your PSP. It is called the XMB (the main psp menu). Then go to the ‘Memory Stick’ option and click on it. Daedalus will pop up and you can select your game to play. There ya go, you should now be able to play N64 games on your PSP.


You can speed up your N64 games by selecting the Frameskip option to "2". To do this, just go to edit preferences and choose that option.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

*How to make backup ISO files of YOUR PSP games and compress it to a CSO file format*

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NOTE: This tutorial is meant for the purpose of making backup files of your psp games incase if something happens to them, or to make a file to put on your psp to play the game, to rid the need of carrying all the discs of your games. It is not meant for illegal purposes of distributing the files to others. This program requires the use of firmware 1.5.

Files You Will Need:

  1. USBSSS_100(the ripper):
  2. UMDGEN v4(the compressor):

Step 1:

First, download the 2 links above and open up the ‘USBSSS_100’ folder.

Step 2:

Once you open ‘USBSSS_100’ go from MS_Root/PSP/Game, and you will see the two files you need. Copy and paste the ‘%__SCE__USBSSS’ and the ‘__SCE__USBSSS’ folders onto the PSP’s ‘GAME150’ folder under MS/PSP/GAME150. Then exit out of USB mode, but keep your usb cord plugged into the psp and computer.

Step 3:

Stick which ever PSP game you want to create a backup iso file from into your PSP. Then go to the Game icon in the xmb menu (the main psp menu which includes the Video/Game/Photo/ and Music icons). Once you are in the Game icon, go to ‘Memory Stick’ and you will see the program ‘USBSSS_100’, click on that. Then the menu will pop up, click on the very first option ‘Virtual FAT16 . UMD ISO-9000’. The PSP will then connect to your computer and a iso file will show up on your computer. Copy that iso file onto your desktop or wherever and let it copy over. On your PSP screen, there will be a % option under ‘last access’ wait for that number to go from 1% to 100% and then back down to 0%. Keep watch on your computer, it may take 15 minutes to copy the iso file from your psp to your computer.

(NOTE: This may take quite a while, do not disconnect prematurely, as your iso file will be incomplete. If your psp stays at 98 or 99% for very long, don’t worry, it stays around there for quite a while. However, if it stays on one of them for longer than 10-12 minutes, disconnect and look on your computer for the file, and then put it on your PSP in the ‘ISO’ folder in the base of your memory stick to make sure it works.)

Step 4:

Once you rip the iso file, you can compress it to make it a much smaller file. The file we are looking to convert it into is a .cso. Open UMDGEN.exe and a window will pop up, there is a blank area on that window where it says “no items to show”. Drag the iso file you just made over to that section and the files will show up on that screen. Once you have the file set up in UMDGen, then click on the option ‘Save’ with the floppy disc icon. 3 options appear to save the file as: .iso file, .cso file, or .dax file. Now, we are looking at .cso file. Click on the .cso option and chose a location to put the file and let UMDGen convert the file into a cso.

Step 5:

Once the file completes converting you can put the .cso file into the ‘ISO’ folder in the base of the Memory stick. Congratulations, you have created a backup iso file of your psp game and converted it to a .cso file to reduce the size of the file.


If you have any problems with this just ask and I will try to fill you in and help you resolve the problem.

If the above links to downloads happen to be down, tell me and I will happily re-upload them for you.

*How to Install gpSP 9 on your PSP and play Game Boy/GBC/GBA/GBSP games on your PSP*

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NOTE: This is a tutorial to play Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, and Game Boy SP games on your PSP. This program requires 1.50 firmware to use.

Files You Will Need:

  1. gpSP 9:

Step 1:

Download the above file and connect your psp to computer via USB.

Step 2:

Open the ‘gpSP Folders’ Folder and there you will see 2 folders: ‘gpSP’ and ‘gpSP%’. Then when in USB mode on your PSP, from the base of your memory stick, go to PSP/GAME150, and copy/paste the two folders, ‘gpSP’ and ‘gpSP%’ inside the ‘GAME150’ folder. Now installation is complete.

Step 3:

You are almost ready to play the game, now all that you have to do is get your ROM file and put it in the ‘gpSP’ folder, not the ‘gpSP%’ folder. Now exit out of USB mode and head over to Game -> Memory Stick, and you will see the gpSP icon pop up. Click on it then when a list of games pops up to play, that you downloaded, press the ‘O’ button to click ok to play that game.


If you have any problems just ask, I’ll do my best to help you. If the above link is dead, just ask, and I will re-upload it for you.

*How to upgrade your 1.50 PSP to 3.40 OE*

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NOTE: This is a tutorial made for you to upgrade your 1.50 PSP to the custom firmware 3.40 OE made by Dark_AleX. Pay attention closely, there is a small chance your PSP may get bricked. Although it is your decision to go through with this tutorial, so neither am I, Dark_AleX, or this website liable to what might happen to your PSP. On the other hand, if your PSP does brick, then you can fairly easily unbrick it using the Pandora’s Battery/Magic Memory Stick option.

Things You Need:

  1. A 1.50 PSP, if your PSP isn’t 1.50, and is 3.50 or lower, you can downgrade it using the Lumines downgrade. Otherwise, you can downgrade using Pandora’s Battery.
  2. File- 1.50 EBOOT file -
  3. File- 3.40 Official SONY Update –
  4. File- 3.40 OE Update file-
  5. A PSP battery with more than 75% batter life.

Step 1: (Preparation)

*(optional) It is recommended to back up the files on your Memory Stick and then format your memory stick. The option is available under Settings -> system settings on the XMB. (main PSP menu) Also, remove any UMD from your PSP before beginning this process.

*First, download the 3 above files, but for now, we are going to work with the 3.40 OE folder: ‘340_oea.rar’. Extract this folder to your desktop. Connect your PSP to your computer via USB and enter USB Mode.

*Inside the 3.40 oea folder, there are the following files:

I labeled each of them to express in the tutorial, however, you don’t really even use ‘5’ and ‘6’ in this tutorial, but you can look at them to read about these files.

*Depending on which firmware you are trying to upgrade from, you will need to put the ‘1’ and ‘2’ folders in different places. A 1.50 firmware user would put the two folders in the ‘GAME’ folder on your PSP under MS/PSP/GAME. A 2.XX or 3.XX(a 3.xx custom firmware lower than 3.40) firmware user would put the ‘1’ and ‘2’ folders in the ‘GAME150’ folder under MS/PSP/GAME/GAME150.

*Now we are messing with the 3.40 Official Sony Update folder. Extract it to your desktop. Inside, there is a file called ‘340.PBP’. NOTE: If you downloaded the Sony Official 3.40 Update from somewhere else, inside the folder, the ‘340.PBP’ file may be named ‘EBOOT.PBP’. So you will have to rename it to ‘340.PBP’.

*Now we are messing with the 1.50 EBOOT folder. Extract it to your desktop. Inside, there is a file called ‘1.50 EBOOT.PBP’, so rename it to ‘150.PBP’.

*Once you both have the ‘340.PBP’ and the ‘150.PBP’ files ready, copy/paste them into the ‘2’ folder under MS/PSP/GAME/oeupdmaker if you are at 1.50 firmware. If you are at 2.xx or 3.xx, then you put them into the GAME150/oeupdmaker folder. As shown in my picture.

Step 2: (Beginning Process)

*Now exit out of USB Mode and you are now ready to begin the process. Go to the Game tab and then Memory Stick. Click on the ‘3.40 OE-A Update Maker’, This will create the ‘DATA.DXAR’ file in the ‘2’ folder.

*Enter back into USB Mode once you are redirected to the XMB. Then copy/paste the ‘3’ and ‘4’ folders into the same folder you put the ‘1’ and ‘2’ folders.

*Now open the ‘2’ folder and you will see the ‘DATA.DXAR’ file, cut/paste that file and put it in the ‘4’ folder’. Now exit out of USB Mode.

Step 3: (Upgrading Process)

*You are now ready to Upgrade to 3.40 OE-A. However, make sure your battery is charged over 75% and have your AC Adapter Plugged in.

*Now go to the game tab in the XMB and then click on Memory Stick. the ‘3.40 OE-A Firmware Install’ option should appear. Accept that and follow the directions on-screen. It will tell you to restart the PSP so hold the power button thing up until the green light turns off; make a complete shutdown of the PSP system.

Congratulations, you now have a 3.40 OE-A PSP! You can now play NES, GBA, SNES, N64 and SEGA emulators. You can use your PSP as a universal remote, or watch Youtube Videos directly off your PSP, and play backup iso files on your PSP. 3.40 OE-A has a built in PS1 Emulator, so use my tutorial to make an Eboot file out of your PS1 disc to play it on your PSP.

*List of FAQ*

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What is XMB?

XMB stands for Cross Media Bar, and is a graphical interface that's shaped like a cross. Users of the interface move left and right to select between main category entries, then move up and down to select between sub categories.

On the PSP, the XMB is the main menu of the PSP which includes the ‘PHOTO’, ‘VIDEO’, ‘GAME’, and ‘SETTINGS’ and more.

Can I convert my own videos and play them on the PSP?

Yes, there are several tools to convert videos to the PSP (mp4) format. A couple include PSP Video 9 or The formats supported by the PSP determine which firmware it has. PSPs out now support AVC and MPEG.

Can I play PlayStation 1 games on my PSP?

In order to play PlayStation 1 games on your PSP, you must be running firmware version 3.00 or above and own a PlayStation 3 in order to download the games from the PlayStation Store. You will a memory stick duo of size 512MB or above in order to download games onto your PSP. Games can be purchased using a PS3 via the PlayStation Store option.

How can I hide corrupted icons from the XMB?

There are two ways to hide corrupted icons on the XMB:

1. Homebrew game made for firmware 1.5 usually causes corrupted icons to appear under the Games Menu. The corrupted icons can be hidden by simply renaming the folders. This can be done by prefixing __SCE__ and %__SCE__ to the two folders. %__SCE__ should only be used for the game folder containing the % sign. Here is an example: We have two folders, iRShell and iRShell%, these should be renamed to __SCE__iRShell and %__SCE__iRShell, respectively.

2. On custom firmware PSPs, there is an option in the recovery mode to hide corrupted icons, enable it.

How do I backup/rip a UMD?

You can use several tools to do this including USB_SSS, UMD Ripping Tool, UMDTool, or UMD Ripper GX.

Refer to my tutorial:
iso-files-of-your.html to use USB_SSS to rip your UMDs.

How do I convert UMD rips to ISO, CSO, or DAX?

There are some UMD converting programs that convert the ISO or CSO or DAX files to one another. One of the most known of these converters is UMDGen. Refer to my tutorial:

to use UMDGen v4.

How do I update my PSP?

There are several ways to update your PSP, please check below:

· Network Update: You can use the PSP's Network Update feature to update your PSP if you have access to a Wi-Fi hotspot (wireless internet connection). The update feature will allow you to download the latest firmware version and update your console.

· Update via PC: If you do not have a wireless internet connection, you can download the update onto your PC and transfer the update file onto your PSP. The updates can be downloaded from Your PSP.

· UMD Update: Some UMD games come with a firmware update installed on the disk. You can update your PSP by accessing the UPDATE feature under the GAME menu on your PSP. Firmware versions vary on the disk depending on how old the game is.

Please note: I do not advise to update your PSP this way, Custom Firmware allows your PSP to do much more and allows you to receive the maximum PSP experience.

What does the Dynamic Normalizer setting do?

The Dynamic Normalizer is an option in the Audio settings on your PSP. It is a feature that provides automatic volume adjustment for playback of music tracks or other audio sources with varying output levels.

What is Bricking? What does it do to the PSP?

Bricking occurs when some code is executed on the PSP that alters the Firmware to an unusable state (i.e. it formats the flash on the PSP). This means that the PSP will not function properly.

What happens of I switch of my PSP or if the battery dies during an update?

This is a sad event that might come about by accident to not too many people. So far I have been lucky enough for it to not happen to me, but if it would happen to you, then your PSP would become bricked. Because when your PSP is experimenting an update, it is writing files to your flash, and if you stop these files from writing completely, then your PSP becomes useless. You can counter this by using Pandora’s Battery to rewrite your PSP to firmware 1.50.

What is a Custom Firmware?

A Custom Firmware is a firmware for the PSP made by someone other than Sony. One of the most famous of making these custom firmwares is Dark_AleX. Some of his Custom Firmwares include 2.71 SE, 3.02 OE, 3.03 OE, 3.40 OE, 3.52 M33, 3.60 M33, or 3.71 M33. Custom Firmwares are advanced firmwares of their Sony-Made counterparts that add extra features and fulfill the maximum PSP experience. Custom Firmwares are without the Sony security features to allow homebrew and other programs such as Emulators for the PS1, NES, GB, N64, Sega, and SNES to play the games on your PSP.

What is Homebrew?

Homebrew is frequent term used in the PSP community to describe “home-made” games that you can play on your PSP.

Can my PSP be used as a Universal Remote?

Yes, there is a Homebrew Application for the PSP called IR Shell. You can put the .rdf codes on the PSP to control different devices. Refer to my tutorial:
turn-your-psp-into-universal.html to install and use it.

Can I play my PS2 games on PSP?

No, the hardware is not the same, it is not backwards compatible and it does not have built in PS2 emulation.

Will I be able to watch my PSP movies on my TV?

Yes, the new PSP Slims have TV output plugs that can connect to the TV so you can watch your PSP movies on your TV.

Can I try PSP games before I buy them?

Yes, you can go to the Official PSP Website and download game demos to play.

Can I play NES, SNES, Sega, N64 or GB games on my PSP?

Yes, however in order to do this, you need to have a custom firmware installed on your PSP. You then need to download the emulators, then put the game files in the ‘GAME’ or ‘GAME150’, depending on the program or what your kernel is set at. Look at my tutorial section to find out how to do this.

Monday, October 22, 2007

*List of PSP Error numbers*

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*80020321 - No umd in drive when no umd is disabled.

*80110305 = Load failed.The Memory Stick could not be accessed.

*ffffffff = PSP update failed.

*UKN9000001 - update cant start, data corrupt.

*98765432 - Selected a language who's font has been removed. I think this is another Dark_AleX specific error number, since Sony wouldn't expect you to encounter this situation, and the numbers count down from 9 to 2.

*8001006F - Remote Play connection error. Most likely when no PS3 is sending a signal over your network. I don't have a PS3 so this is an accurate description of at least one way to cause the error.

*80020148 - Unsupported PRX type.

*800200D1 - Ran homebrew without Homebrew enabled firmware.

*8002014C - Ran kxploited homebrew without Homebrew enabled firmware..

*80020321- In recover mode, “No-UMD Mode" is disabled, you need to enable it, and have an UMD disc in your psp for the isos to play.

*80020321 - Ran a game that doesn't support NO-UMD.

*80010002 – PS1 Eboot in wrong folder. Must put it in the GAME folder, with your kernel set at 3.XX in the recovery menu, under Configuration.

*80010002 – Could mean you where messing with your ISO file and deleting different files. Possibly deleted the ‘EBOOT.BIN file in the ‘SYSDIR’ folder.

*CA000005 - keys.bin not found when trying to run a PS1 game.

*80010087 - Error reading UMD or UMD not present.

*80110305 - Load failed.The Memory Stick could not be accessed.

*80110307 - Load Failed There is no Data available.

*00000001 - WiFi error. Occurs when no access points are detected in official 3.7X and custom 3.7X firmware.

*80410A0B - Loose WiFi card.

*80000004 – A error when the PSP refuses something when it can’t read it properly. Can mean many different things.

*80000004 – Something to do with your PS1 game file.

*80110404 - Network error, try restore default settings to fix

*List of all the PSP games*


007: From Russia With Love

2006 FIFA World Cup

300: March to Glory

50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition

7 Wonders


Ace Combat® X: Skies of Deception

Activision Hits Remixed

Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos

After Burner: Black Falcon

Alien Syndrome

Alien vs Predator

Ape Escape Academy

Ape Escape®: On The Loose

Armored Core: Formula Front

Arthur and the Invisibles

Astonishia Story

Atari Classics

ATV Offroad Fury® : Blazin' Trails

ATV Offroad Fury® Pro

Avatar: The Last Airbender



Ben 10: Protector of Earth



Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light

Blitz: Overtime


Bounty Hounds

Brave Story: New Traveler

Brooktown High

Brothers in Arms D-Day

Brunswick Pro Bowling

Bubble Bobble Evolution

Burnout: Dominator

Burnout Legends

Bust a Move: Deluxe


Cabela's African Safari

Cabela's Dangerous Hunts Ultimate Challenge

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory

Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded

Capcom Classics Collection Remixed

Capcom Puzzle World

Carol Vorderman's Sudoku


Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles


Chili Con Carnage™

Coded Arms

Coded Arms: Contagion

The Con™

Crash of the Titans

Crash Tag Team Racing

Crazy Taxi™: Fare Wars




Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower

Dave Mirra BMX Challenge


Dead Head Fred

Dead to Rights Reckoning

Death Jr.

Death Jr. 2: Root of Evil

Def Jam®: Fight for NY™: The Takeover

Diner Dash: Sizzle & Serve

Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness

Downstream Panic

Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai

Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Another Road

Dragoneer's Aria

Driver 76

Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground

Dungeons & Dragons® Tactics

Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony

Dynasty Warriors

Dynasty Warriors Vol. 2


EA Replay

Eragon: Dragon Rider

Every Extend Extra


Family Guy


The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Field Commander™



FIFA Soccer

FIFA Soccer 08

FIFA Street 2

Fight Night Round 3




Flat Out: Head On

Ford Street Racing


Frogger Helmet Chaos

Full Auto™ 2: Battlelines


Gangs of London™

Generation of Chaos

Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex

Ghost Rider

Gitaroo-Man Lives!

The Godfather: Mob Wars

God of War®: Chains of Olympus

The Golden Compass

Go! Sudoku

Gradius Collection

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

Gretzky NHL

Gretzky NHL '06


Guilty Gear Judgement


GUN™ Showdown

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure

Hannspree Ten Kate Honda: S3K-07 Superbike World Championship.


Hard Rock Casino

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl

Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law


Hot Brain

Hot Pixel

Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee™

Hot Wheels Ultimate Racing

The Hustle: Detroit Streets



Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon


Jackass™: The Game

Jeanne d'Arc

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights

Juiced™: Eliminator

Justice League Heroes


Kao Challengers


Killzone™: Liberation

Kingdom of Paradise®


The Legend of Heroes™: A Tear of Vermillion™

The Legend of Heroes III: Song of the Ocean

The Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch

Legend of the Dragon

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy



Lord of the Rings: Tactics


Lumines II

LUXOR: Wrath of Set


M.A.C.H. Modified Air Combat Heroes

Madden NFL 06

Madden NFL 07

Madden NFL 08

Major League Baseball® 2K6

Major League Baseball 2K7

Manhunt 2

Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects

Marvel Trading Card Game

Marvel™: Ultimate Alliance

Me and My Katamari

Medal of Honor Heroes

Medal of Honor Heroes 2

MediEvil Resurrection™

Mega Man® Maverick Hunter X

Mega Man® Powered Up


Mercury Meltdown

Metal Gear Acid

Metal Gear Acid 2

Metal Gear Solid: Digital Graphic Novel

Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops

Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops Plus

Metal Slug Anthology

Miami Vice™

Micro Machines V4

Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition

Midway Arcade Treasures: Extended Play

Mind Quiz


MLB® '06: The Show

MLB 07 The Show™

Monster Hunter Freedom

Monster Hunter Freedom 2

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

Mortal Kombat®: Unchained™


MTX Motormax

MVP Baseball

MX vs. ATV: On the Edge

MX vs. ATV Untamed


Namco Museum Battle Collection

Napoleon Dynamite

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes



NBA '06

NBA 07

NBA 08

NBA Ballers®: Rebound™

NBA Live 06

NBA Live 07

NBA Live 08

NBA Street Showdown

NCAA® Football 07

Need for Speed™ Carbon: Own the City

Need for Speed Most Wanted 5-1-0

Need For Speed Underground Rivals

Neopets® Petpet Adventures™ The Wand of Wishing™

NFL Street 2 Unleashed

NFL Street 3

NHL® 07

NHRA: Countdown to the Championship 2007


Online Chess Kingdoms

Open Season™

OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast

Over the Hedge: Hammy Goes Nuts


Pac-Man World 3

Pac-Man World Rally

PaRappa the Rapper™

Payout Poker and Casino

Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie

Pimp My Ride

Pinball Hall of Fame

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest


Pocket Pool

Pocket Racers


Power Stone Collection

PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient™ 2

PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient

Prince of Persia Revelations

Prince of Persia Rival Swords

ProStroke Golf - World Tour 2007

Pursuit Force™

Pursuit Force™: Extreme Justice

Puzzle Challenge: Crosswords & More!

Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords

Puzzle Scape


Race Driver 2006

Rainbow Islands Evolution

Rapala Trophies


Ratchet & Clank®: Size Matters

Reel Fishing: Life & Nature

Rengoku 2: The Stairway to H.E.A.V.E.N.

Rengoku: Tower of Purgatory

Ridge Racer

Riviera: The Promised Land

Rocky Balboa



Samurai Warriors: State of War

Scarface™: Money, Power, Respect

Scooby Doo! Who's Watching Who?

Sega Genesis Collection

Sega Rally Revo

Shrek® Smash and Crash

Shrek® the Third

Sid Meier's Pirates!

Silent Hill: Origins


The Simpsons Game

The Sims 2

The Sims 2: Castaway

The Sims 2: Pets

Smart Bomb

Smash Court Tennis 3

Snoopy vs. the Red Baron

SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo

SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 2

SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs Tactical Strike

Sonic™ Rivals

Sonic Rivals 2

Spectral Souls

Spelling Challenges and More!

Spider-Man 2

Spider-man™ 3

Spider-Man™: Friend or Foe

SpongeBob Squarepants: The Yellow Avenger

SSX™ on Tour

Stacked™ with Daniel Negreanu

Star Trek: Tactical Assault

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron

Star Wars: Lethal Alliance

Steel Horizon

Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX

Street Supremacy

Super Collapse 3

Super Monkey Ball Adventure

Surf's Up

SWAT: Target Liberty

Syphon Filter®: Dark Mirror

Syphon Filter®: Logan's Shadow


Taito Legends Power-Up

Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology

Tekken®: Dark Resurrection

Test Drive Unlimited


Thrillville: Off the Rails

Tiger Woods PGA Tour

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06

Tiger Woods PGA Tour® 07

Tiger Woods PGA Tour® 08



Tomb Raider: Anniversary

Tomb Raider: Legend

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advance Warfighter™ 2

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six® Vegas

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell® Essentials

Tony Hawk's Project 8™

Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix

Transformers: The Game


Twisted Metal: Head-On™


UEFA Champions League 2006-2007

Ultimate Block Party

Ultimate Board Game Collection

Ultimate Ghosts ‘n Goblins™

Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade

Untold Legends™: The Warrior's Code™


Valhalla Knights

Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth

Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble

Virtua Tennis 3

Virtua Tennis: World Tour


Warhammer 40,000 Squad Command™

Warhammer Warcry: Battle for Atluma

The Warriors

Warriors of the Lost Empire

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007

Winx Club: Join the Club

WipeOut™ Pulse

Wipeout® Pure

World Championship Cards

World Championship Poker 2: Featuring Howard Lederer

World Championship Poker Featuring: Howard Lederer “All In”.

World Poker Tour

World Series of Poker

World Series of Poker 2008: Battle for the Bracelets

World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions

World Soccer Winning Eleven 9

World Tour Soccer

World Tour Soccer 06

Worms: Open Warfare

Worms: Open Warfare 2

WRC: FIA World Rally Championship

WTF: Work Time Fun™

WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2006

WWE Smackdown! vs. Raw 2007

WWE Smackdown! vs Raw 2008


Xiaolin Showdown

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse


Y's: The Ark of Napishtim

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Tag Force 2