245w ago - Update: I can confirm the save works even on accounts and PS3's that do not have the Summer House installed. I removed all Save data Game data and Home data. After I reinstalled home, copied the exploit save over and booted up Home it asked me to download the Summerhouse and install it. Viola!
Note you can't teleport to it via PDA but can enter it via Central Plaza (Home Square) etc.
I have discovered that when I copied my main PSN account Home Settings save over to my other master accounts and I had the default Home space set to the Summerhouse it remained that way and when I logged into home I appeared in the Summerhouse (which I only purchased with my main PSN account).
I have built a save for you all to try out. It has been tested with US, Euro, HK and Jap accounts and works with all accounts and PS3's that do not have the Summer House installed. Read me for install notes included in .rar file.
256w ago - Team Alpha has been poking around again, and this time, they've found four new glitches in PlayStation Home. They're gonna take us through the glitches in these vids one by one, so sit back and watch so you can try them out later.
This first one is called "Owned Space Shenanigans." You basically get to sit on an invisible couch, making you look like you have powerful thighs. The same glitch also lets you pull a David Blaine and levitate like you do it every day. Well, with Home, now you can.
PS3 Home Glitches - Owned Space Shenanigans
This next one shows a few codes so you can reach more rooms in Sully's Bar. Simple enough, just follow the instructions and unlock away.
PS3 Home Glitches - Sully's Bar Secret Door Codes
This one's called "Smuggler's Den Couch Fun." You get to act like you're six years old again and stand on a couch just for the heck of it.
PS3 Home Glitches - Smuggler's Den Couch Fun
This one's also in Smuggler's Den. It's called the "Smuggler's Den Globe Stand Teaser, and it's...
257w ago - Some users are reporting a terrible glitch in LittleBigPlanet which affects the game's save data. According to this forum post, random things will go missing from one's save.
For example, progress in the MGS4 level pack may disappear. "I've completed all five acts, and when I turned off the power and played again, all that was unlocked was Act 1-3. However, my scores from Act 4 and 5 were still in place- it's just that I need to unlock them all over again as well as collect the prize bubbles," says SuperPhillip.
The more frightening consequence of this bug is the deletion of user-created content. "I lost four costumes and she lost all 12 of her saved costumes, as well as losing the level status. Also we found that all of our community and saved photos were erased too," says justsayno2girls.
Some are theorizing that the glitch is caused by bloated profile data. Since the release of the game, players have collected tons of objects from community members. The MGS pack also adds a large amount of data to one's profile. The game may be automatically deleting content when a profile gets too large.
Considering its the holiday season right now, Media...
268w ago - Knoxximus has found a method which allows 4GB SD cards (non-SDHC) to be fully utilized as a Wii storage card.
To quote: For the people who DON'T LIKE TO READ, THIS SOLUTION ALLOWS YOU TO USE AN OTHERWISE UNSUPPORTED SIZE SD CARD (4GB) TO ITS FULL POTENTIAL AND STILL HAVE VERY DECENT TRANSFER SPEEDS!
Okay! Now we all know that Nintendo's official line is that cards larger than 2GB will not work on the Wii...and for the most part this is true. However...what about a 4GB SD (NOT SDHC) card that PRETENDS it's a 2GB, but then over time can be slowly expanded to meet it's 4GB potential?
I scoured the net for info on how to get this to work, and now I present to you the fruits of my labor. Here is a mini FAQ on how to get 4GB SD cards to work on your Wii.
1st of all, get a hold of this non-SDHC SD card. Here is a link at NewEgg where it is $10.75.
OK! So you got your SD card. You'll notice that if you format it through Windows or your Disk Management, regardless if you do FAT/FAT16/FAT32, the Wii will NOT recognize it. No problem. Google and download an app called SDFormatter. Better yet, just use this link.