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VERY good detective work SCE! Whether this turns out real or not, it's much APPRECIATED when people like you are relentless at digging for more info on such things. +Rep!!Sponsored Links
Now that we have at least the alleged URL, I am going to add the info from it below in case it ends up dying due to traffic, Sony, etc.
I still am impressed at the length these guys are going to if this isn't legit honestly... writing that FAQ alone would take some time heh.
I ain't goin to buy it but some other Turkish guy on the forum was going to try it...
To him: take your cam with ya dude
BTW the Zpack origins from Germany IMHO cuz one of their address ends with gmx.de which is a mail provider in Germany.
Last edited by SCE; 01-04-2010 at 06:42 AM
I must say, after reading the "Zpack FAQ" I am happy to see this part of it:
Also, here are the individual pages: [Register or Login to view links]
Zpack for PS3 Slim: [Register or Login to view links] (Price: €100.00)
Zpack for PS3 10x Bundle: [Register or Login to view links] (Price: €750.00)
Zpack for PS3: [Register or Login to view links] (Price: €100.00)
Playstation 3 Zpack Edition + Zpack + 1TB HD: [Register or Login to view links] (Price: €399.00)
110 Euros? That's a little steep but then again if it actually does work it would be fantastic... it just seems to me like these guys are just feeding off of peoples hopes. I look forward to hearing more about this, until then some more rep for you.
Here is an obvious question that hasn't been asked yet.. if the Zpack is legit and someone from here gets hold of one, does anyone think it will be able to be hacked?
According to the FAQ and sales pages, it comes with a USB Dongle and Software Installation Disc. We all know the disc could be ripped and uploaded in minutes all over the Internet, but I wonder how "protected" the code could be on the dongle chip and how difficult it would be to dump and reverse?
Does anyone have any experience with USB flash stick chips that can share some insight into the level of difficulty and what would be involved. Offhand, I don't even know what type of chip the "code" would typically be stored on.
Also, I wonder why there is a normal PS3 and a PS3 Slim version of it.
Here is yet another Zpack video.. this time for Virtual Tennis Pro 3:
I thought I read that the same disc/dongle is used for both. One of us must be extremely tired and mistaken.
HERE to the separate versions of it for the PS3 and Slim... even on the "bundle" link you will notice a dropdown to select which version PS3 it is.For what it's worth, I based that from the links
If you can find somewhere this is contradicted, then we may be able to uncover a scam indeed.