239w ago - Today Sony PSP Marketing Manager Kristin Neirinckx shared news of a new Limited Edition Dissidia Final Fantasy PSP Entertainment Pack via PlayStation Blog, as follows:
Great news for all of you Final Fantasy fans out there! Today, we announced the availability of a new DISSIDIA: FINAL FANTASY PSP Entertainment Pack.
A GameStop exclusive, this limited edition bundle is the ultimate portable entertainment experience for Final Fantasy and PSP fans alike.
The entertainment pack includes:
• "Mystic Silver" PSP-3000 system
• DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY game
• "FINAL FANTASY VII Advent Children," on UMD™
• 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo™
Available for $199.99 (MSRP) starting August 25 at GameStop locations in the U.S, this incredible value is only available for a limited time so get them quick! From Rock Band to Hannah Montana, there are PSP entertainment packs that cater to everyone in the family.
239w ago - PlayStation Network Marketing Manager Megan Ybarra shared the following news today via PS Blog:
Hey everyone, starting today you can download the exclusive "Chamber" apartment for free in PlayStation Home. Nope, that's not a misprint.
This interactive space comes complete with fire pits, waterfalls and a giant tree that's more alive than you might expect. But make sure to come into Home and download your apartment now, because after May 21st, this premium personal apartment disappears from the housing market forever.
One last thing before we go. We've created a new video for Home and we'd love for you to check it out and let us know what you think. We hope you like it!
239w ago - The CEO, Andrew Mclennan, of UK based Metaforic has lifted the lid slightly on a new method of protection for Nintendo DS games.
He noted that essentially the new protection will mean that each game is its own security system, and will take a very long time to hack.
The overall aim of the new protection is to make hacking a manual job and limit the chances of automating the hacking process.
To quote: Mclennan didn't claim that Metaforic's anti-piracy tech is 100 percent hack-proof, and acknowledged that eventually, hackers with enough brains, time and motivation eventually hack many forms of software security. But he hopes to make the hacking process as long and annoying as possible.
"What we're really trying to do is make hackers take on a long, slow, manual job," he said. By denying the hacker a way to automate the hacking process, this extends the amount of time that software products can sell legitimately, free of piracy.
"We add so much security to it that it will take a very long time to hack," he claimed.