Main articles: List of PlayStation Portable Wi-Fi games, and [], and [], and [], and []
The PSP's main menu allows the user to configure the system for use across the Internet via a wireless connection, known as infrastructure mode. The PSP's menu can recognize protected and non-protected wireless networks within its range, and attempt to request a firmware update from Sony's servers.
A handful of titles, including sixteen U.S. launch games (Including the multi-million selling game, SOCOM: U.S. Navy Seals) and an as-of-yet untitled MMORPG, have been announced which use this wireless network functionality. Packet tunneling systems are in development by third-parties which allow any Wi-fi game to operate across the Internet
1 Generation of Chaos
2 Splinter Cell Essentials
4 Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
5 Pursuit Force
6 Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
7 SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo
8 Pursuit Force
9 Prince of Persia Revelations
10 Ape Escape Academy
6 Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX
7 Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror
8 Metal Gear Acid 2
9 Mega Man Maverick Hunter X
10 Monster Hunter Freedom
1 Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
2 Generation of Chaos
3 Splinter Cell Essentials
5 Need for Speed Most Wanted 5-1-0
Connectivity with the PSP is provided via a USB 2.0 port on the device, allowing for connection to PlayStation 2 consoles, and will use Sony's Memory Stick technology for game saves.
PlayStation Portable is expected to go on sale as early as late 2004, although a European release might not be likely until 2005, with the first public prototypes are expected to be shown off next spring.
Resources: PSP Emulator | PSP ISOs | PSP Games | PlayStation Portable | PSPemu | ...