I've got a standard North American PSP 3000 and I see that this is available from a UK seller on Amazon for only $17 (I have the PS1 version but really want to be able to play this while traveling). Am I going to find any unpleasant surprises, technically? I've never bought any non-US games for my PSP before so I'm not quite sure what to expect. --- - Time is a river, and history repeats.
MoonlightJust Posted 10/13/2012 12:57:19 AM
Ill second this, I am curious myself.
kazin1979 Posted 10/13/2012 5:45:45 PM
There will be no problem,all psp's are multi-regional. I'm from england and have lots of usa only rpgs for the psp and have never once encountered any problem whatsoever with the game or saving issues. --- The wheel of time turns...
kazin1979 Posted 10/13/2012 5:48:05 PM
The only issue I know of with games from different regions is that a ntsc save data will not work with a pal game and vice versa..Same goes for ad-hoc,they must be from the same region to play multi-player,neither issue applies to breath of fire. --- The wheel of time turns...
dragonstar13 Posted 10/29/2012 2:46:06 AM
So far so good. I own a Jpn version, and have been playing U.S games and got this game this year. So far no problems. --- Abel is probably to Xenosaga what Neo was to the Matrix. - archmageraist Claimed Misha Arsellec Lune and Lyner Barsett