89w ago - Following up on his PS Vita VHBL Motorstorm Arctic Edge release, this weekend PS Vita and PSP hacker wololo has revealed that Everybody's Tennis (known as Hot Shots Tennis in the US and Minna no Tennis in Japan) contains a vulnerability that could lead to the execution of external code and has since been removed from PSN by Sony.
To quote from his blog (linked above) as follows: Dear Sony, it has come to my attention that one of the PSP games available on the PlayStation Vita has a vulnerability that could lead to the execution of external code by some malicious users. Therefore I am writing this blog post so that you can patch the game or remove it from the PSN store as soon as possible.
Preferably, I suggest you take the money from your clients first, and prevent...
191w ago - European Product Manager Joey Payne has announced today that Everybodys Tennis will be hitting PSP and PSPgo this Summer alongside a video trailer of the upcoming title.
To quote: I'm really excited to let you know that we will be releasing Everybody's Tennis for PSP in Summer 2010!
This summer take a holiday from the football World Cup and enjoy a world of tennis squeezed, courtesy of PSP, into your pocket.
The first step is to ditch the whites as Everybody's Tennis lets your creativity run free and your own style shine through.
Develop your own quirky character with more than 500 different customisable items making this a totally personal experience; then set off on your journey to superstardom. It's easy to pick up and play but offers loads of subtlety that will only come with time and practice.
The advanced shot system is for the true pro letting you place, volley, drop or smash your way to victory whilst every court has its own physics which will shape your match-winning strategy.
Getting to pro standard sees you embark on your new career as you search out new courts across the Everybody's Tennis world map and work your way up, and down, the ranks.
Each new area comes with a set of intriguing tasks to complete before...