170w ago - At first I thought games that weren't remote play enabled probably ran really slow and lagged terribly.
I was wrong, the first game I tried this on was Killzone 2 and it ran surprisingly well no audio lag, buttons were responsive, and the video was smooth without any hiccups.
1. Dump any game of your choice to your hdd
2. Install Ps3 FTP and launch it
3. Connect via ftp and navigate to your hdd folder then to games -> LAUN12345 -> GAMEZ -> YOUR GAME ID -> PS3_GAME
4. Now copy PARAM.SFO and make a backup of it just in case
5. Download SFO Editor open the sfo and check "enable remote play"
6. Save it and then open up the FTP and transfer the modded sfo back into the PS3_GAME folder.
7. Now connect your psp in remote play and enjoy.
Kudos to theblacksheep for discovering this.
Update: I tested this using the pc remote play and it didn't work, only seems to be working on the psp.
170w ago - SCEE PlayStation Store Manager Mike Kebby is here with this weeks European PSN game store update today!
To quote: This week for you PS3 owners we have two full games available. The classic franchise Worms returns, with more madcap action.
Who honestly would have thought all those years ago that a turn-based game featuring worms and a huge collection of insane weaponry would have captured our imaginations so completely?
I have lost many, many hours through the years on various Worms titles, and now I'm so pleased to be able to the same all over again with Worms 2: Armageddon.
The second full title available takes you to the DANGERZONE (the Kenny Loggins track is my favourite karaoke tune, which you can also find the awesome video on VidZone too)! I couldn't resist, sorry. Play as Maverick and take to the skies in this new Top Gun adventure.
The only thing this game is missing is mini-games featuring semi-naked volleyball and locker-room towel flicking antics, but the arcade flight action I'm sure will suffice!
There's also new content for Mafia II, Dragon Age: Origins and more besides. I'm not being lazy, but you know there's a list of it all below... so what are waiting for, go and read it.
170w ago - Today European Product Manager Elliott Linger has shared a fresh InFamous 2 PS3 gameplay video and some screenshots, as follows:
For those of you that haven't seen this already, check out the below brand-new gameplay footage of inFamous 2 that was first shown behind closed doors at gamescom and then last week at PAX in Seattle.
You'll get to see one of Cole's brand new electrical powers - the Kinetic Pulse - with which he can now hurl enormous objects (i.e. cars!) around the environment, plus one of the new enemies straight from the swamps of New Marais - the nightmarish Ravager.
Oh, and here are some new screenshots for you to enjoy. Enjoy!
171w ago - SCEE's Sponsorship & Events Manager Carl Christopher-Ansari has shared a video announcement today on their new PlayStation Game Runners and Next Level Street Gaming project, as follows:
PlayStation Game Runners is an experimental project where PlayStation, members of the public and young people from diverse backgrounds come together to create social games. We at PlayStation believe that the best games are played as a group.
The project has been developed by PlayStation and Hide & Seek with a team of eight initial Game Runners who have been picked to train as game designers and work to make the games relevant.
There are three games in development: Flags, Blocks and Hoops. The games are in prototype stage and there will be a series of playtests to develop the games. You can get involved in PlayStation Game Runners, where you can learn about the different games, meet the Game Runners and get involved. Fans are invited to comment on the games and support The Game Runners.
The most popular game - as decided by the fans - will be selected and put forward into development and then put into...
171w ago - While everyone awaits a verdict on the injunction in the recent PS JailBreak lawsuit hearing, another Australian PS3 gamer has lost his OtherOS lawsuit to Sony recently.
According to GamePron.com (linked above) Michael Trebilcock had asked for AU $800 in compensation (the cost to rent a laptop for each day he was unable to use Linux on his PS3, plus fees), with a claim that the updated console could no longer be used as a computer.
To quote: "Unfortunately for Trebilcock, the Magistrates court heard that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission cleared Sony of any wrongdoing regarding the upgrade, and the claim was dismissed.
Mr. Trebilcock was not made to pay Sony's legal costs."