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PS3 SAK iSO Backup Merger utility released!

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349w ago - Update: NZHawk has already updated to PS3 SAK iSO Backup Merger Update 1, which now includes support for 50GB images(15 Blu-ray.a* Files) and fixes a slight bug in the code.

NZHawk has shared with us today PS3 SAK iSO Backup Merger, which according to his post HERE will merge up to (10) PS3 SAK v1.00 outputted files together and make an .iSO image.

To quote: I made this program to make the process easier for others.

Place the SAK EXPORT ISO file merger into the same folder as the Blu-ray.a* files, and type in the number of the 'Blu-ray.a*' files, then just press enter, type the name of the resulting .ISO and away you go! Fully automated.

Made in notepad, would like to port to VB, but dont know how... Any help would be appreciated.
 

WIP: Downgrade your PS3 version without previous dumps!

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350w ago - We announced this notice some time ago, now I would like to show you a picture of the tool I compiled to do the job. You need the Infectus mod-chip on your PS3 to downgrade. This mod-chip allows you to take a backup of your current PS3 Firmware that can be restored.

The news is that before it wasn't possible to downgrade without a previous dump of your own PS3 console's Firmware, but now things have changed.

Using this tool you can modify a NAND backup in order to let the console think it has a lower Firmware version, so later you can use an official Sony upgrade PUP file to "downgrade" to the version you need.

It has been tested to patch all PS3 Firmware dumps up to 2.10 so far, but is a work-in-progress as we still need to test re-updating more thoroughly.

I would like to thanks to Gigi and Mainman for their support in this tool, and all the other PS3News Devs for helping us in all our work.
 

New COD4 Map details available!

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350w ago - A new video has been posted about COD4, and a new multiplayer map called Chinatown.

Chapter 4: Call of Duty 4: Chinatown

Geoff uncovers the brand new Call of Duty 4 map, Chinatown, with Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling.

Check out the video here on GameTrailers!
 

Ferrari F2007 in GT5 Prologue!

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350w ago - Over at GT Planet infamous user amar212 has dropped a bombshell on the world Gran Turismo!

After getting his hands on a pre-release European copy of Gran Turismo 5: Prologue, he has discovered that Kimi Raikkonen's world-championship car - the Ferrari F2007 - has been quietly tucked into the game!

A picture is worth a thousand words, and you can check out Amar's snaps of the F2007 right on our homepage. He has also posted the web's first hands-on impressions of Prologue, with regular updates as he explores everything this new title has to offer. Many thanks go out to Amar for sharing this exciting info with the GTPlanet community!

Click here to read Amars review
 

Rumor: PS3 Slim and 160gb coming soon?

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350w ago - T3 magazine are touting a rumor that Sony have a slim PS3 in the pipeline. Their source also reckons that a 160gb machine is coming soon.

Now personally I think this is a bit too soon, but it may just be yet another downsize of the console to save on manufacturing costs.

To quote: The guys at T3 are saying one of their inside men has heard word that Sony will be producing a slimmer, sexier PS3 heading for the shelves this Spring.

While everyone knows that Sony will eventually shrink its very obese console, such news would come as a surprise given that Sony took many more years to shrink their PSOne and PS2 (though Sony has recently successfully shrunken their Blu-ray laser to fit in laptops).

Still, Sony's biggest goal at the moment is building consoles cheaper. Maybe that means small, too. Maybe it doesn't.

Either way, T3's mock-up looks sexy as hell, and they also think a new rumored 160GB model could appear in the new slinky, skinny-as-Kate-Moss form.
 
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