IceTea 1.3 for Windows

by tommydanger

Avg. Rating 4.6 (9 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.9 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 19,106
Publisher tommydanger
Homepage IceTea

Publisher's Description

IceTea allows you to convert your old PSX CD's for use in the Sony PSP system. It is also capable of creating the corresponding ingame manuals as well as changing the menu appearance.

Latest Reviews

bufftbone

bufftbone reviewed v1.0 on Jan 30, 2007

Overall i rate this program a 5. I rate this a 5 for concept/Idea and 3 for execution.

First off I'd like to say that I love this idea. Being able to take all my old psx games and play them on my psp is a great idea. It doesn't state if you need "hacked" firmware although I suspect you do. Even better if you don't. The program or website doesn't state where on the memory stick the image file needs to go.

Another thing, the program requires you to have the game in either an .IMG, .BIN or .ISO image. Not a problem, there's plenty of programs out there that can take care of that.

I do see a lot of potential for this program in future upgrades/versions however I do believe that this program will be closely watch by Sony due to them offering a download service through their PS3. Sony will be trying to put a stop to this program for sure either through a cease and desist or by upgrading their firmware for the PSP to combat it. Nothing future upgrade of this program couldn't handle I'm sure.

The game I chose to try this out due to small size was Strider. The image file was only about 70mb total. Once I made the ISO file the program took it right away. Process time only took about 2 minutes. I transfered the game to my memory stick (It goes in the \PSP\GAME\ sub folder). I had to create a directory name as well ( I named it UCUS02635, needs to be UCUS + 5 digits). The system read the file however trying to execute it, it says "To use this content, you must activate the system."

Avg. Rating 4.6 (9 votes)
Your Rating
bufftbone

bufftbone reviewed v1.0 on Jan 30, 2007

Overall i rate this program a 5. I rate this a 5 for concept/Idea and 3 for execution.

First off I'd like to say that I love this idea. Being able to take all my old psx games and play them on my psp is a great idea. It doesn't state if you need "hacked" firmware although I suspect you do. Even better if you don't. The program or website doesn't state where on the memory stick the image file needs to go.

Another thing, the program requires you to have the game in either an .IMG, .BIN or .ISO image. Not a problem, there's plenty of programs out there that can take care of that.

I do see a lot of potential for this program in future upgrades/versions however I do believe that this program will be closely watch by Sony due to them offering a download service through their PS3. Sony will be trying to put a stop to this program for sure either through a cease and desist or by upgrading their firmware for the PSP to combat it. Nothing future upgrade of this program couldn't handle I'm sure.

The game I chose to try this out due to small size was Strider. The image file was only about 70mb total. Once I made the ISO file the program took it right away. Process time only took about 2 minutes. I transfered the game to my memory stick (It goes in the \PSP\GAME\ sub folder). I had to create a directory name as well ( I named it UCUS02635, needs to be UCUS + 5 digits). The system read the file however trying to execute it, it says "To use this content, you must activate the system."

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