I should have time to add 2 - 3 PS1 games to the collection, and I found a decent source that lets me download single games.
If you were going to a holiday party where it was understood and expected that you'd entertain the 14, 12, and 9 year old kids, which ps1 games would you bring?
@ajroach42 depending on the kids, the old Tony Hawk games can be great pass-and-play for a group. The timed rounds are great for "it's my turn!"
@ajroach42 archive.org is a good source for games for old systems. Most are in huge ZIPs of everything, but you can look at the contents and directly download the images inside them.
@ajroach42 Crash Bash is really fun, especially multiplayer and is also a really small file size download.
@ajroach42 If you don't already have one the PSP is a really good device for playing PS1 games on a handheld. It had official support for PS1 games and a large portion of the PS1 library was available on it straight from Sony. The rest can be converted. I think it was partially because the PSP CPU is closely related to what was in the PS1 so they run almost natively.
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