I was talking about the recent ones that backed up the GP2X.
I'm talking about games that have been made, are currently being made, and will be made in the future. Basically, all the capcom re-makes that are being made, such the MMX and MM1 remakes, along with Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins, with the MMX2 remake in the future. It also has some other games that are interesting, though I don't remember their names all to well (But going through the games list on GameFaqs I see a TON of franchises that are very appealing). Gradius Collection and SFA3 and Mercury are appealing too. Daxter and Wipeout Pure (Or Fusion, whatever it's called) look like fun as well. There's also Astonishia Story...
"Why it is not a problem:
I actually like it it plays smooth, it's huge and looks great as far as I can tell. Althow I have not played any emulation on it so I would not know about how the screen looks with that.
Is there not any way you can try both out? Do you not know anyone who has a GP2X and/or the necessary PSP setup?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiaQ1Xjb2wU...psp%20emulation
The PSP screen seems to look fine running Emulated games
* I am really wondering how the PSP emulation/homebrew sceen compares to the Gp2x sceen. Quality, potential, speed, ease, enjoyment, functionality ...ect.
Probably enough said on this already.
Between PSP and GP2X (I have both), I would choose the GP2X without hesitation.
With your focus being emulation, you'd have to go with the GP2X. If you're a poor student, then you probably won't be able to afford new UMD games, so emulation is your best option.
I'm surprised you didn't mention MAME as one of your emulated interests - GP2X MAME is fantastic! There's no decent MAME emulation on the PSP.
Which version SNES emulator are you using on the PSP? Which is the best?
BTW - if you want to get an SD card - get something like a RiData.They are the fastest SD cards around. Sandisk are a bit overpriced for what you get (considerably slower).
Other things I don't like about the PSP.
Rechanging. If you don't use it for a while - you still have to recharge it... It's always using the batteries. Drives me nuts. Like know, powered it on. Nada!
The screen on the PSP is nice... if you like static displays. Once things get moving that's where the problem is. Don't be fooled into viewing photos or games that don't move much.