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M33xEver v3 Custom Firmware Plug-In for PSP out now!

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355w ago - Red Squirrel has updated M33xEver again today, a Custom Firmware plug-in that allows PSP users to permanently activate the M33 anniversary Easter egg featured in 3.90 M33-3.

Download: M33xEver v3 CFW Plug-In for PSP

With the release of version 3, users can now use the plug-in to increase or decrease the speed of XMB waves, as well as change the Firmware version and MAC address visible in System Information.

Changes are made in RAM and will stay as long as the plug-in is activated.
 

M33xEver Custom Firmware Plug-Ins for PSP released!

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355w ago - Red Squirrel has released M33xEver, a Custom Firmware plug-in that allows users to permanently activate the "speedy waves" Easter egg included in 3.90 M33-3.

This plug-in will retain the fast-forward like motion of the waves while keeping your PSP's original date and time settings intact.

Download: M33xEver v2 CFW Plug-In / M33xEver CFW Plug-In

Changes v2:

Now instead to set date to April 2, the plug-in will patch only the waves. Date will remain correct and at the same time you will have the waves of the M33 birthday surprise!
 

Taylor: Hardware stalling Supreme Commander 2

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356w ago - Gas Powered Games boss Chris Taylor let slip that PC hardware is currently stalling plans to deliver a full-blown sequel to his RTS Supreme Commander.

Speaking about the addition of new faction the Seraphim in Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance in an interview with PC Zone magazine, he explained, "... the only thing stopping me from doing it [adding new factions] on any sequel is memory".

"I've been told by my engineers that for Supreme Commander 2, I don't have enough memory in a PC with 4GB of RAM to have more factions".

"I'm like, 'That's insane!', so we've got to work that one out", he continued.

"We'll return to the SC universe again," Taylor went on to reveal, "but we'll just have to see when that day is. Maybe when everybody has 64-bit processors..."

PC Zone's full interview with Chris Taylor can be read in its new issue, #193, which is now in subscriber hands. It'll be gracing your local newsagent's this week.
 

PS3 Firmware 2.30 in April; required for new PlayStation Store

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356w ago - Update: Sony has officially confirmed that the new PlayStation Store interface will also be coming to North America in mid-April.

To quote: Customers will be able to access, browse, shop and download content as usual prior to the store's re-opening. However, no additional downloadable content will be posted prior to then, including this Thursday, April 3rd, and next Thursday, April 10th.

Regularly scheduled content updates will resume with the Store's re-opening, at which time additional games and game-related items will be added, including the downloadable version of the highly-anticipated exclusive PS3 title Gran Turismo 5 Prologue.

Sony has released 3 sample images of the new design for the PlayStation store and said that "Content will be suspended for two weeks while the improvements are carried out but users can look forward to a special update in mid-April."

Sony has also reportedly told the media that the PlayStation Store face lift on PS3 will no longer use the PS3 Web browser, and will require new firmware upgrade version 2.30. The facelift is said to be much faster and cache all images correctly.

Sony has yet to confirm the facelift release...
 

PSP Custom Firmware 3.90 M33-3 & Universal Unbricker v5 out!

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356w ago - Dark_AleX has updated to PSP Custom Firmware 3.90 M33 which further improves compatibility of the built-in M33 NO-UMD driver. As always, the update can be downloaded via Network Update or by the direct link below. Unfortunately, the update does not remedy reading off GAME390 instead of GAME380 in this revision.

Changes:

* March33 NO-UMD driver compatibility has increased to support games like Coded Arms, Patapon, Harvest Moon Innocent Life and probably others affected by same errors.

Dark_AleX has also updated his 'Despertar del Cementerio' Universal Unbricker application to version 5. It can be used in conjunction with a Pandora battery to restore and install Custom Firmware on any PSP unit regardless of model or motherboard.

Version 5 features support for installing Custom Firmware 3.90 M33-3 directly rather than 3.80 M33-5, and includes integration with the Time Machine if it is installed on your memory stick.

Download: PSP Custom Firmware 3.90 M33-3 [Right-click, Save As] / PSP Universal Unbricker v5 [Right-click, Save As]
 
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