Connecting your PlayStation Portable (PSP) to your PlayStation 3 (PS3) will allow you to play your PS3 games running on your console in your home from your PSP outside your home, using your PS3s’ wireless remote connection feature. In this article I will explain the benefits of establishing this connection.
In the resource box at the bottom of this article you will find a link to a video explaining how a PS3 and a PSP can be connected. The operation should go pretty smooth if you follow the guidelines in the tutorial video. You will find a video link at the end of this page.
Being separated from your new PS3 for a longer period of time can be hard. Imagine how hard it will be when new games like the new Grand Theft Auto get released. Connecting your PSP to your nintendo switch PlayStation 3 will allow you to play your PS3 games even when you are outside your home.
You can play your PlayStation 3 games from your office when you have a couple of minutes available, at your grandmothers’ birthday party, at the train or on the subway. With the wireless connection in your PS3 combined with the pretty high quality screen on your PSP this is not a bad option at all.
In addition to playing games from your PSP you are also able to watch movies from the Blue-ray/ DVD player on your PS3. Even though it is very possible to install videos on a PSP it is also a benefit to be able to watch DVD’s on it. I bet you have more DVD’s than you have PSP movies. At least I have.
If you have music installed on your PlayStation 3 these are also available to play using your PSP if you have built a connection between the two. This is a handsome feature that can come in handy in a lot of situations.
Still I believe the most powerful feature of building a PSP-PS3 connection is the ability to play games. The quality is more than good enough and the ability to play my PS3 games from my sunny garden chair with a lemon ice tea is nothing to complain about.