This backpack and its contents will prevent you from being bored while riding the bus, sitting in waiting rooms, in between classes or while on long car trips.
Things you may need
- A large backpack with many smaller pockets.
- Primary portable game system. I used a PSP
- Secondary portable game system. Gameboy advance SP
- Games for both systems (multi and single player games)
- Cases for games and systems (so they dont get broken or scratched)
- USB chargers for both systems
- Cell phone and USB charger cable
- Small, rechargeable USB battery
- USB car charger
- USB wall adapter
- Headphones (multiple pairs)
- Spare change for Vending
- Toothbrush and Toothpaste (just in case)
- Electrical Tape (smaller than duct tape for easier travel)
- Pens and Mechanical Pencils (mechanicals don't need sharpeners when broken)
- Notebook or paper
Step 1: Game systems
I chose to pack my PSP because i have many good games for it, it can play music and videos, as well as playing games off of the memorystick. But, if you really want to get the most out of your PSP, put some custom firmware on it. Mine (at the time i am typing this) is at 5.50GEN-B. since it is CFW, it can be charged via Mini-USB, making it very universal. i would HIGHLY reccomend you put this in a case, because it is shiny and you don't want it to get scratched while bouncing around in your bag. and, if your UMDs aren't in a case, you're asking for trouble with scratches. i have a neoprene sleeve for the PSP and a hard plastic case for all of my UMDs.
For my secondary system i chose my GBA SP because it holds a charge for a very long time, it has a bunch of great games (the last good pokemon games as well as classic mario games brought to the GBA from the NES and SNES) and it can be charged via USB if you make a cable for it. you *technically* don't need a case for it, but it keeps you more organized. i used an older case for this one.