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PSP WiFi Games

This is a list of WiFi Infrastructure games on the PlayStation Portable handheld game console. The names are subject to change as their release date approaches. Please note that these games feature Infrastructure mode.

ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin' Trails (SCEA)
FIFA 06 (EA Sports)
Gretzky NHL (SCEA)
Gretzky NHL '06 (SCEA)
Infected (Majesco)
Kingdom of Paradise (Downloadable Content only) (SCEA)
Madden NFL 06 (EA Sports)
NBA Live 06 (EA Sports)
Need for Speed Most Wanted 5-1-0 (EA)
SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo (SCEA)
Twisted Metal: Head-On (SCEA)
World Series of Poker (Activision)
World Championship Poker 2 (Crave Entertainment)
Wipeout Pure (Downloadable Content only) (SCEA)
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (Activision)

Infrastructure networks
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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
3 Daxter
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
4 Daxter
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.

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