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PS3 Media Server v1.02 & v1.02.1 BugFix Now Available!

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310w ago - Over the weekend ps3mediaserver has updated his PS3 Media Server application to version 1.02. Today, some users reported a few issues with it so he fixed them and released a version 1.02.1 update.

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The author states: If you have no troubles with 1.02, you can skip 1.02.1, as this one has very few fixes, aside this major bug:

1.02.1 Fixes:
- Major Bug in server start due to a faulty MAC address retrieval
- PMS do not start after activating the archive browsing option
- Media library small fixes

1.02 New Features:
- Auto-updater, default configuration, cleanups and windows/linux build scripts (thanks to Tim Cox)
- Media library (also act as a parsing cache): you can sort your files by date, ID3 tags, etc.
- Playlists (m3u/pls) support
- Preliminary album art support, better audio (flac) and tags parsing
- New options for video resolution, deinterlace filter, and archives browsing
- Video settings with an easier virtual menu (A/V sync, deinterlace, ...)
- Windows service installer (working...
 

Rockband PS3 DLC: Week of January 6th, 2009 - Roy Orbison Pack

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310w ago - Due to Sony's holiday break last week, we didn't get any Rock Band DLC. As a result, everything has been pushed back a week.

Hopefully Harmonix/Sony will adjust this soon - we'd hate to think it will become standard practice for PS3 owners to get their DLC a week later than everyone else.

• "Space Truckin'" - Deep Purple
• "Funk #49" - James Gang
• "Hymn 43" - Jethro Tull
• "Take Back the City" - Snow Patrol

Roy Orbison Pack

• "Claudette"
• "In Dreams"
• "Mean Woman Blues"
• "Oh, Pretty Woman"
• "Ooby Dooby"
• "You Got It"

Each song will be priced individually at $1.99 while the Roy Orbison Pack will cost $9.99. Look for the Roy Orbison tracks next week on Thursday, January 15th while the other songs will debut this Thursday on January 8th.
 

Capcom Reveals European & American Q1 '09 PS3 Release Dates

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310w ago - Capcom Europe has revealed its release dates and/or windows for all of its first quarter games today. You can see the info in handy list format below.

Looks like Capcom is single handedly making Q1 2009 a real gaming event, with plenty to sink your teeth into, even despite inFamous and Killzone 2 being released during the same period.

• Flock - February
• Street Fighter IV - February 20th
• Resident Evil 5 - March 13th
• Bionic Commando - March (It's not March anymore. Rather, it'll be in the first half of '09)

The American release dates are as follows:

• Flock - Early 2009
• Street Fighter IV - February 17th
• Resident Evil 5 - March 13th
• Bionic Commando - Early 2009
 

Video: LittleBig Michael Jackson on LittleBigPlanet for the PS3

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310w ago - Below is a video showing Michael Jackson's Beat It and Thriller in true LittleBigPlanet style on the PlayStation 3 console!

The video comes courtesy of USCmachinima via YouTube, and the caption reads as follows:

"My youtube username is usually hvzero. This is a video of Beat It and Thriller in LittleBigPlanet done for CTIN 464: Machinima at USC. Full videos coming soon."

Enjoy!




 

New PSP Exploit Found in GripShift, Works on PSP-3000!

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311w ago - The latest spark of hope for psp-3000 users!! Great job MaTiAz for the find and +1 to Freeplay for getting it to work on the newest PSP revision!!! From the original article:

Now this is how you start a new year! New exploit, old game! Damn, it's so cool to actually see this beauty working - and on a PSP-3000 no less! The PSP scene was buzzing the other day when MaTiAz found an exploit (read: buffer overflow!) in the three year old game, GripShift.

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We'll leave the technical bits for later. Now, we'll have this video from FreePlay do the talking:





Now then, the details: MaTiAz says that they've yet to find any further use for this, but it's still a new exploit. It could lead to further hacks, and for now, it's merely a proof of concept. Be that as it may, this is a great start, and a rather sweet find! Here's MaTiAz explaining the exploit:

GripShift has a buffer overflow vulnerability when loading savegames. The savegame contains the profile name which can be easily used to overwrite $ra. The savegame file is...
 
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