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metal gear solid portable ops online w/ ISO

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by restivo1, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. restivo1

    restivo1 Member

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    Hey,

    Is it possible to play metal gear port. ops online with just an ISO.
    when i go to online and i try to "join game"
    it just says host error
    can anyone help
    thanks
     
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    chwoolgar Regular member

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    Which firmware are you running on?There has been reports of 3.52 M33 online multiplayer play not working properly.
     
  3. restivo1

    restivo1 Member

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    hey im running 3.71 m33. on a slim psp.
    GTA :VCS also when trying to go online saiys "looking for hosts" but never does anything
    could it be the iso is missing files?

    or do online games not run from the iso?
    someone please help if they can!

    thanks
     
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    i dont have gta or metal gear but i played online with custom firmware 3.52 m33-4 medal of honor, killzone,shyphon filter ,star wars,coded arms and sega rally without any problems
    the only game i have problems is fifa 08 i cant play a game i always get i message saying that i lost connection

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    lol
    dude gta doesn't have infrastructure mode it only has ad-hoc, to play ad-hoc you will need someone else with another psp close to you ,when you get the message "looking for hosts" your psp whitin ad-doc range is looking for another psp to connect
    i'm not sure but i believe that in ad-hoc mode you have a range of around 100 meters outdoors, and probably less indoors. Basically the more obstacles (eg walls, doors, etc) the lower the range will be.
     
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