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PSP Custom Firmware 4.01 M33-2 with 1.5 Kernel Add-on out!

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321w ago - Dark_AleX has issued an update to PSP Custom Firmware 4.01 M33, fixing a couple minor bugs regarding the built-in NID resolver and recovery mode. The complete changelog for 4.01 M33-2 can be found below.

Additionally, as expected the 1.5 kernel add-on for regular (fat) PSP units running 4.01 M33 series Firmware has been released. Installing this is optional, but it will give you full compatibility with older homebrew titles that were written specifically for Firmware 1.5.

Download: PSP Custom Firmware 4.01 M33-2 / 1.5 Kernel Add-on for 4.01 M33

Changelog:

* NID resolver: Fixed scePowerGetCpuClockFrequency issue. This is the same bug that happened in 3.80 M33-1, it won't happen again ??

* Fixes recovery problems that have appeared in prior version (incorrect position of back string in language others than English, enable, and disabled strings not translated in plugins, hide pic0+pic1 couldn't be changed, language file in flash1 wasn't working..

* Spanish recovery translation typos fixed.
 

New Images and Video of Tekken 6 Final Boss

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321w ago - With all eyes on Namco Bandai's Soul Calibur IV lately, many have forgotten about the other upcoming fighter from Namco, Tekken 6.

Today we have somewhat of an update, with two new images and a short gameplay video of Azazel, the final boss players will fight at the end of the game.

Players will fight this boss in a stage named "Azazel's Chamber." Check out a screenshot and the video below:

Enjoy All!




 

PSP Custom Firmware 4.01 M33 released!

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321w ago - Dark_AleX has released PSP Custom Firmware 4.01 M33 today. In addition to minor bug fixes, this edition brings 4.01 kernel support, complete with multi-language support for Recovery Mode.

Instructions can be found in the included readme on how to translate the recovery text to your native language. And no, this release does not include in-XMB recovery or savestate support... those enhancements are still planned, but will likely be added in a future update.

Download: PSP Custom Firmware 4.01 M33

As usual, the Firmware Update can be applied directly via Network Update if you are running a previous release from 3.80 M33 and onward, or by following the manual installation instructions below, provided that you have a homebrew capable PSP.

* Extract the archive.
* Copy included UPDATE folder to X:/PSP/GAME
* Place the official firmware 4.01 update EBOOT, named as 401.PBP, in the newly created UPDATE folder
* Begin installation from the Game menu.

Finally, a 4.01 M33 specific 1.5 kernel add-on is due to be released within the next couple days, possibly tonight. More to come!
 

Rumor: New Tales Of PS3 Title to be Announced?

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321w ago - Update: Apparently, something went wrong in translation. The article speaks about them hoping for a Tales Of game for the PLAYSTATION 3. Although, with one being on Wii and one being on 360, a PLAYSTATION 3 game is imminent.

ScrawlFX reports that a Japanese gaming magazine indicates that the PS3 will soon receive its own Tales Of game that will 'take advantage of the system's power".

The scan shows a mysterious title for the PS3, and also for Xbox 360, and Wii... indicating that every console may gets a Tales Of series game.

To quote: A new scan from a Japanese gaming magazine is saying that the PLAYSTATION 3 will soon get it's own Tales Of game that will "take advantage of the system's power". The scan shows Tales of Symphonia: Knight of Ratatosk for the Wii, Tales of Vesperia for the Xbox 360, and a mystery title for the PLAYSTATION 3, as if every console gets their own Tales of series game.

There is a huge title teasing that the PLAYSTATION 3 Tales Of series game will be announced on "X Day of July". Expect a PLAYSTATION 3 Tales of along with more information on Eternal Sonata that "X Day". We cannot wait.
 

First TimeSplitters 4 scans for PS3 unveiled!

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321w ago - The UK-based magazine PSW is showing off the latest TimeSplitters 4 screens, this is also confirms the title will be heading to the PS3 of course although its still unsure as to the variety of platforms it will hit.

Full scans available at PSBeyond.com linked above.

To quote: The first Timesplitters 4 screens have been shown in the latest issue of UK based magazine PSW.

This also confirms that the game will be coming to PlayStation 3 considering a PlayStation magazine has been given the exclusive shots, before these scans it was unsure what consoles this game will be released on.
 
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