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GameSonic Manager v3.16 PS3 Game Manager Update is Released

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4h ago - Following up on their previous update, today Italian PlayStation 3 developer Orion has made available GameSonic Manager v3.16 PS3 Game Backup Manager with details below.

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To quote, roughly translated: Gamesonic Manager v3.16

  • Added Payload 4.65 (by Joonie)
  • Added Mamba payload 4.65 (by Joonie)
  • Post Date last extracted file discless all OFW 4.65
  • Updated function to rename discless also for CFW 4.65
  • Updated Fan Control utility
  • Updated Recognition function CFW for CFW 4.65 (for now I have included only Ferrrox and Habib)
  • Inserted in the payload 4.65 the "fix_errors" already present in the payload 4.60 and now here
  • Applied patch anti-ode to 4.65 when running the scan of the CFW
  • Tools network adjourned for CFW 4.65



 

Video: Destiny: How 4.6 Million People Forged Bungie's Sci-Fi Epic

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1d ago - Sony Content Producer Tom Wallis shared a Destiny video today on how 4.6 million people forged Bungie's Sci-Fi epic below.

To quote: Back in July 2014, the doors were thrown open to Bungie's sprawling universe - the [Register or Login to view links] beta had arrived.

For just one week the developers invited players to journey to the last safe city on Earth, and venture out into Old Russia...and over 4.6 million people got involved.

PlayStation.Blog caught up with three key developers from Bungie to talk about the significance of the beta, and how it has ultimately made the final version of Destiny that you'll play next month a better game.

"Let's make one thing clear," Jonty Barnes, creative director on Destiny tells us just four weeks before the game's official launch, "From the very beginning, the Destiny beta was a very big test for us - we put a huge investment into our online infrastructure and we needed to make sure it worked."

"We tested every part of the game, and each group at Bungie was able to analyze the data and take what they needed from it," adds Derek Carroll, a senior designer working primarily on the multiplayer aspects of the game.



 

Sony Announces PAX Prime 2014 Sale: 18 Games from Years Past

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1d ago - Sony Network Entertainment Digital Distribution Manager Chieh Chen announced that their PAX Prime 2014 sale begins this week with 18 PSN games from years past!

Below are the details, to quote: Hi everyone! [Register or Login to view links] kicks off later this week in Seattle and to celebrate we're discounting a unique lineup of games that were shown at past PAX Prime shows.

Starting today after PlayStation Store publishes we're making 18 games available for up to 60 percent off, with PS Plus members receiving up to 80 percent off.

Pick up Transistor, Trials Fusion, Beyond: Two Souls, Child of Light, Don't Starve: Console Edition, and more this week to get you prepped for PAX Prime and the long holiday weekend.

Check out the full lineup:

Title
PS Plus Price
Sale Price
Original Price


Alien Spidy (PS3)
$2.50
$4.99
$9.99

BEYOND: Two Souls (PS3)
$19.59
$27.99
$39.99

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (PS Vita)
$4.89
$6.99
$9.99

BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (PS3)
$3.59
$5.99
$14.99

Bound by Flame (PS3)
$19.59
$27.99
$39.99
 

Video: Hello Games on No Man's Sky - A Whole Universe to Explore

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1d ago - Hello Games Managing Director Sean Murray shared details below today on No Man's Sky proclaiming it's a whole universe to explore on PlayStation 4!

To quote: Hello PlayStation.Blog! I'm Sean Murray, and I work at a little indie studio in the UK, making a game called [Register or Login to view links] on PS4.

I'm writing this on a plane back from Gamescom, where we showed some press the game behind closed doors.

We've only done three days where we've talked to press about the game so far (two at E3 and one at the VGXs last year), but for an indie game we've had lots of interest and excitement. Something I'm still struggling to get my head around.

So much so that I didn't actually want to go to Gamescom! We've never actually shown any European press the game though, and we felt bad about that.

PlayStation provided a room and I gave a hundred press a demo of the game for an hour, together with a really rambling presentation... where I apparently never looked up at the crowd once.

I can't really remember what I said, but I guess I wanted to share some stories from development, and I thought maybe you'd find them interesting, too.

We tell people...
 

SimplePS3Updates TreeView Links PS3 Homebrew App is Now Available

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2d ago - Following up on Simple PS3Updates v1.6.7, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Quake (aka Quakes69) of [Register or Login to view links] has released a SimplePS3Updates TreeView Links PS3 homebrew application complete with source code and details below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] (trViewLinks-Installer.exe)

To quote via e-mail: This is just a lil app that brings up saved links from within Simple PS3Updates Database. I had this app already built before the release of Simple Ps3Updates 1.6 Build 7.

Cause of the nature of my app design I decided to go without this. So, I am including it as a Addon/Side bar app.

How to install: Install to C:\Program Files\Simple PS3Updates

GameDB.mdb must be present with trViewLinks.exe Or it'll not work!

Source is included.

Thanks,
SubZero DeZigns


 
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