159w ago - Sony Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has shared a preview of FirstPlay Episode 34 today, which arrives on PSN this Wednesday.
To quote: We're teaming up with Immersive Games to give you the mini Beam'em Up for free!
It comes gratis with episode 34 of FirstPlay, which hits the PlayStation Store this Wednesday. You can pick up the episode for 99p, or enjoy a 90-day subscription for £8.99, and make sure you never miss out!
As well as a free mini, we've also got reviews of incredible new racer Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, along with our verdicts on PlayStation Move titles TV Superstars, The Fight: Lights Out, Time Crisis: Razing Storm, and The Shoot.
In the Network Highlights section this week, we've got a personal take on the pleasures and pitfalls of scoring games, and a review of FIFA 11's online offering.
We're also putting another trio of minis through their downloadable paces, and watching Nicholas Cage lose the plot in Bad Lieutenant, as part of our Video Store round-up.
We've also got screenshots from the shooter nipping at COD's heels in our Homefront gallery, as well as the latest from Dungeon Siege 3, Operation Flashpoint: Red River,...
In related news, graf_chokolo has now detailed how to decrypt PS3 PKGs as noted HERE.
To quote: Today he's shared his work with the public, however, it still requires some work, before it is fully functional. Right now, his code still requires the dongle master key, one that is buried within the PS3 console. The good news, is zAxis feels this key can be retrieved via a 3.15 fw console.
He is asking the community, anyone with a 3.15 console, to help retrieve this key. Once retrieved, PSGrade should become fully functional. Below, is his request to the public.
To quote, roughly translated: "The encoder french NoNameNo scenes PSP, Wii and PS3 now, today gives us a new HomeBrew its creation. This is a compilation of the best music by Jochen Hippel famous composer of music for video games.
This homebrew is 100% legal, because it is among the few to have soft PSl1GHT been compiled, an SDK not using alternative file copyrighted by the Japanese firm. For interest, you find more sources of PGK program in the archive for download.
Use the D-pad to move the cursor, you move R2 for faster X to start the song, select to change the size of the font for those with small screens and start to exit."