Q: I'm thinking about getting a PS3 and I heard that you can put a PS1 disc in the PS3, then use Remote Play to play the PS1 game on your PSP. Is this true?
A: It sure is! Once you've paired your PSP and PS3, any PSone disc inserted into the PS3 can be played remotely on the handheld. This functionality was introduced with firmware 2.10 (PS3) and firmware 3.80 (PSP).
Q: Any updates on the keyboard? I think this will be an awesome addition as long as the add is clean and acts as a screen cover when closed.
A: We haven't heard much since the announcement back at CES, but we're confident Sony will release the peripheral sometime next year. As far as the design? Your guess is as good as mine.
Q: The Nintendo DS has titles like Ouendan and Jump, which are must own import games. I'm picking up a PSP sometime this week, and I wanted to know if the PSP has any must have import titles?
A: Bleach's Heat the Soul series keeps on getting better and is always an import favorite. Other than that, we usually tell people to pick up DJ Max Portable ... but a US release just got announced!
Q: Are there any MMORPG games for the PSP? Like WoW, that you can use via the Wi-Fi link?
A: Unfortunately, many developers overlook the PSP when looking to produce a true MMORPG. If you're willing to brush up on your Japanese, you may want to look into Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G or the just-released Phantasy Star Portable. However, those games are still limited to Ad-Hoc play only. The upcoming Final Fantasy XIII game should change all of that, though.
Q: Is there gonna be a FIFA 2009 PSP demo?
A: We haven't heard anything from EA Sports just yet, but we'll certainly report any information that comes our way. We're betting it's unlikely.