I struggled most with the case, which is really intended to be the jewel of the whole Batman Begins PSP Pak
, I think. The case screws into the top of the PSP
, which answers the question of what those little holes are for... But, the downside of screwing into the top of the PSP
is that you have to remove the case every time you want to change a UMD movie or game. Maybe this seems like a small thing, but I really didn't like having to remove the whole case each time I wanted to change a disk. Seems to me that the whole point of having a case 'attached' to the PSP
is that you shouldn't have to remove it to change games, but Sony has to share in the blame for placing those accessory attachment points. The bottom line is that unless you are really committed to your Batman Begins
case, there's no real advantage to using it over what came with the PSP
, and you may get tire of all the screwing and unscrewing. Or if you'll never own more than one UMD at the same time, forget everything I just said... :)
When I unwrapped my Batman Begins PSP Pak and applied the screen protector, I found that there was an annoying crease in the protector that wouldn't go away. No amount of squeegeeing would remove the little bugger, so the choice was either to use the protector with the line running down my screen or give up on it. Without this flaw, which was hopefully just a result of the protector being squashed in the packaging at some point, I could see the value in this accessory. A scratch in the screen would be a disaster, and since the protector isn't glass, you don't have to exercise the same care in cleaning it.