141w ago - Today dimmudroid has announced news of what is currently being developed as Project PS3P on PSX-Scene, which aims to offer PSP game emulation on Sony's PS3 entertainment system!
To quote: "I'd like to announce a project i've been working on, PS3P. Basically it's the ability to load PSP games on PS3.
As you may know, the PS3 can play PSP Minis, which are installed just like any other package. And most PSP games have nearly identical structures and files as PS3 games.
Thus far I've been able to achieve a few steps in the right direction, but I'm not ready to share my work just yet. I've been working on this in my free time (aka outside of work and family) and it will be done when it's done.
If you'd like to know more, or keep on the up and up, feel free to find me on http://twitter.com/dimmudroid
I may need a few alpha testers soon, I'll post requirements and such later today."
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All I can say is that anything I get I'm happy with this homebrew is a dream especially for the PS3. A console like the original modded xbox with the hardware to support the current standards is a dream.
I personally don't care how long it takes for the Dev teams to get stuff out, They're doing it as a challenge etc etc. And we reap the rewards, Patience is a vital virtue.
We want everything yesterday. These things take time. So, basically would you give all your spare time to a project with Mothers, GF's friends etc
I'm just saying some people get ahead of themselves and announce projects they have no hope of finishing. Although it may not have been his plan to get it posted on the front page of several sites. if he is ready to give up on the project 2 days in, it doesn't look good for it...
What are you talking about? It's the internet, and everyone can say everything. Look: I'm start to working on port of Large Hadron Collider. Don't give u ETA becoz of my actual life and blah blah blah. Anyway, don't lose your hope. We just need to wait...
well it looks like the stress of having people know your working on somethin is getting to dimmudroid only couple days in
... so many false starts lately. People should get their stuff together and find out if they can do it before announcing to the world they are workin on a project.
It should be widely known by now that if you announce you are working on anything to the internet, weather you provide any proof of progress or not you are gonna be harassed by people shit talking, begging for betas, or wanting to know an ETA.