Ad-Hoc Party Now Supports A Ton Of Titles

By Spencer . December 18, 2008 . 6:19am

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So, Dissidia: Final Fantasy is out today and of course it’s compatible with Sony’s Ad Hoc-Party. However, Sony didn’t update Ad Hoc-Party just to support the Final Fantasy fighter. Ad Hoc-Party 1.04 supports a bucket load of PSP games now. New games like LocoRoco 2 and Patapon 2 are on the list along with classics such as Street Fighter Alpha 3: Double Upper and Me & My Katamari. Even games that don’t have co-op play like Echochrome work with Ad-Hoc Party so you can trade levels over the Internet instead of in person.

 

How can you join the party? You need a PlayStation 3 with built in wireless (sorry 20GB owners) and a Japanese PSN account. The Ad-Hoc Party client is free to download on the PlayStation Store. Once it’s installed on your PS3 you can use it to play ad hoc PSP games over the internet similar to using X-Link Kai.

 

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Here’s the full list of games Ad-Hoc Party 1.04 supports. Please note that these are Japanese games so compatibility may differ with releases from other regions.

 

Arc System Works
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus
Guilty Gear Judgement

 

Ertain
The Con
Xyanide
Boxers Road 2: The Real
Lost Regnum

 

Idea Factory
Cardinal Arc

 

Irem
Sengoku Efuda Yuugi: Hototogisu Ran

 

AQ Interactive
Jitsuroku Oniyome Nikki

 

Electronic Arts
NBA Street Showdown
Tiger Woods PGA Tour
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06
Need For Speed Underground Rivals
Burnout Dominator

 

ESP
Hajime no Ippo Portable Victorious Spirits

 

Enterbrain
Derby Stallion P

 

Alchemist
Higurashi Daybreak Portable

 

Gust
Mana Khemia: Student Alliance

 

Capcom
Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower
Capcom Classics Collection
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
Street Fighter Alpha 3: Double Upper
Powerstone Portable
Monster Hunter Portable
Monster Hunter Portable 2nd
Monster Hunter Portable 2G

 

Global A
Dungeon Maker II

 

Genki
Carnage Heart Portable
Daisenryaku Portable 2

 

Koei
Mahjong Taikai

 

Konami
Coded Arms
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Portable
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Portable 2
Jikkyou Powerful Pro Yakyuu Portable 3
Metal Gear Acid 2

 

Cyber Front
Korkor! Koron

 

Success
Saikyou Shogi Bonanza
Shanghai
Nunpure 10000-mon

 

System Soft Alpha
Daisenryaku VII Exceed

 

Square Enix
Dissidia: Final Fantasy
Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable

 

Spike
Kenka Banchou 3: Zenkoku Seiha
Tomb Raider Legend

 

Sega
Intial D Special Stage
Sega Rally Revo
Nou ni Kaikan: Minna de Aha Taiken!
Nouryoku Training Portable 2
Phantasy Star Portable

 

Sony Computer Entertainment
Kazuo
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
Ape Escape: On the Loose
Saru Get You: SaruSaru Daisakusen
Saru Get You: Saru Racer
Derby Time
Derby Time 2006
Tenchi no Mon 2
Dokodemo Issho
Dokodemo Issho: Let’s Gakkou
Nippon no Asoko de
Mercury
Patapon 2
Ape Escape Academy
Ape Escape Academy 2
Formula One 2005 Portable
Bleach Heat the Soul
Bleach Heat the Soul 4
Bleach Heat the Soul 5
Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable
Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee
Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2
Echochrome
Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner
Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
LocoRoco
LocoRoco 2
Wipeout Pure

 

Taito
Ultra Puzzle Bobble Pocket
Ooedo Senryoubako
Space Invaders Extreme
Densha de Go! Pocket: Osaka Kanjousen Hen
Densha de Go! Pocket: Toukaidousen Hen
Densha de Go! Pocket: Chuuousen Hen
Densha de Go! Pocket: Yamanotesen Hen

 

D3 Publisher
The IQ Cube
The Table Game
The Puzzle Quest
The My Taxi

 

Nippon Ichi Software
Prinny: Can I Be The Hero?
Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness

 

Nihon Falcom
Vantage Master Portable

 

Hudson
Dungeon Explorer
Rengoku: The Stairway of Heaven

 

Namco Bandai
Gundam Battle Chronicle
Gundam Battle Tactics
Gundam Battle Universe
Gundam Battle Royale
Mobile Suit Gundam: Gundam vs. Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed: Alliance vs. Z.A.F.T. Portable
Quiz Mobile Suit Gundam: Toi Senshi DX
Gunpey-R
Smash Court Tennis 3
Taiko no Tatsujin Portable
Taiko no Tatsujin Portable 2
Chuugen no Hasha: Sangoku Shouseiden
Tales of the World: Raidant Mythology
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai 2
Naruto: Narutimate Portable Mugenjou no Maki
Bounty Hounds
Me & My Katamari
Macross Ace Frontier

 

From Software
Adventure Player
Armored Core Formula Front
Armored Core Formula Front International

 

Marvelous
Valhalla Knights
AI Mahjong
Hitman Reborn: Battle Arena
New Rainbow Islands
Fish Eyes Portable


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  • Mirko

    Isn’t it a bit weird that a successful console can’t get proper online support, while it’s money burning cousin not only gets one but also some kind of online service adapter for the former?

    It might be cheaper for Sony this way, but I can’t imagine why a consumer would prefer this to a Sony sponsored PSP online gaming infrastructure.

  • preessstart

    I don’t have a PS3 nor a PSP, but this is a very good idea. Why customers would support this? Because it’s retroactive! You can’t really just add internet play to existing PSP games, so this function is very cool. Nintendo needs to do this with the Wii and DS. Too bad for the friend code crap. Maybe with the Wii codes?

  • daizyujin

    I just want to know if an when Sony will bring this idea to the US.

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