318w ago - Here there is from the official Gran Turismo website a replay with some little gameplay footage in an awesome red F430 Ferrari. It seems that the dynamic shadows in the cockpit are less pixelated. Nope ?
The most significant new feature is savestate support. You can now save your progress at any point, via the Pause Menu (accessed through hitting the Select button). Savestates are written out to the memory stick, and consume around a megabyte per slot. You can load up a savestate at any time from the Pause Menu, or via the front end (hit the right shoulder button to swap from the rom list to the savestate list.)
Other than savestates, the most significant change in R13 is a number of optimisations to the dynarec core which should give a 10-20% speedup depending on the title being played. I've tested these optimisations as much as I can, but if you find that roms which worked with R12 are now broken, try disabling 'dynamic recompilation' and/or 'dynarec stack optimisation' from the rom's preferences screen.
318w ago - We love our customizations and for some people that's one of the most important things! Take a look at this God of War mod, well, this honey sold for 1,725 dollar on eBay! Impressive?
While I will assume that this modder is extremely skillful and I will assume all the buttons work exactly the way it should, often than not when you buy a faceplate on eBay you will run into this problem:
That's right! Broken buttons!! Buttons that comes with the faceplate that doesn't fit or the heights is off makes playing game impossible! Well, don't worry guys, DiggingTheWeb has your ass covered, here is a excellent tutorial we found on the web (credit goes to this awesome man). We tried it, and it works!
Video on how to here:
To some of you this maybe a thing of the past, but I will gurantee you this holiday season alotof people will run into this problem, because the new PSP Slim is going to rocket off the shelf coming this Xmas!
318w ago - Evil Avatar is reporting that local Target stores have been pulling Manhunt 2 off their store shelves in response to the recent events where some hackers uncovered adult content within the game.
Even though the ESRB themselves remained firm with the game's M rating, it looks like Target is taking no chances and is removing the game from its stores.
According to the source, all Target managers are required to stop selling the game, including refusing shipments of the game for all systems. Also Take-Two agreed to take back all unopened copies of the game.
The reasoning is not necessarily about the horrific violence contained within the game, but for the media's extra attention on Manhunt 2.
To add some more credit, the listing for Manhunt 2 on Target's website states that the game is not available in stores but remains available online.
If a helpful reader decides to take a trip to a local Target, can you see if they're selling any copies of Manhunt 2?