Adhoc Party For Play Station Portable

Adhoc Party For Play Station Portable

adhoc Party for PlayStation Portable (アドホック・パーティー for PlayStation Portable, adohokku pātī for PlayStation Portable), adhoc Party for short, is a PlayStation Network free game service for the PlayStation Portable handheld console, which uses a WLAN-connected PlayStation 3 to allow someone using a PlayStation Portable to play certain games in multiplayer mode over the Internet.

A Japanese beta version was released on November 6, 2008. An English version was released on the North American PlayStation Store on November 19, 2009. The European/PAL version was released on December 22, 2009.

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Adhoc Party For Play Station Portable - Supported Titles (1.07)
... At launch, the sole officially supported title for use with adhoc Party for PSP beta was, the console biggest million seller, Monster Hunter Portable 2nd G ... Sony stated that the service does not support all titles with adhoc mode ...

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