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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by JCpackers05, Aug 28, 2006.

  1. JCpackers05

    JCpackers05 NiNtEnDoFrEakJMC

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    Yesterday i saw a commercial for the PSP.....and at the end of it....it said or play online with Wifi connection....:sick:.....have they always had Wifi connection or did they copy again?? (btw the commercial was the one with the goose if anyones seen it..)
     
  2. Lord Haku

    Lord Haku I have returned

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    Yeah they said Wifi during the commerical
     
  3. Wishale

    Wishale WiiChat Member

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    Hmm, I believe they have always had it... Because me and my friend play with his and his brothers psp.. GTA is wifi because he hosts and i join, wireless..

    Dunno if its the same.. but...
     
  4. Sam_Harris

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    yeah psp has always had wifi
     
  5. Arcadium

    Arcadium Not Banned

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    It always had Wi-Fi for sure.
     
  6. sKin

    sKin Bulls on Parade

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    It wasn't called Wi-Fi, it was call Ad-Hoc. Not many people know what Ad-Hoc means so I guess they switched to Wi-Fi so more people understand what it means.
     

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