PSP Go: Closer look at the save state function
While we take our PSP Go through its paces for our review, one of the best features of the new PSP Go system is the pause feature (aka a save state). Which are saved to the internal 16GB flash memory, when you pause a game instead of exiting it. We posted a quick video example and a run down of the new feature over on our sister site PSP Go Hacks.
Perhaps one of the best features on the PSP Go. Instead of exiting a game when you hit the home button (PSP Logo button) we’re presented with another option. Rather than just exit there is now the option to pause the game. In other words, create a save state. An exact save of where you are in the game.
You can read the full run down of the new PSP Go Pause feature here: PSP Go Pause function (PSP Go Save State) A closer look
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