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PSP Custom Firmware Extender 2.0 Plug-In released!

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344w ago - Cpasjuste has rolled out a updated to his Custom Firmware Extender plug-in, an all-in-one Custom Firmware plug-in that allows users to take screenshots in the XMB or while playing a UMD game, record in-game videos, as well as access USB mass storage and other various features.

Version 2.0 features full support for 3.90 M33-2 and the 1.5 / 3.40 OE Hybrid Firmware which can be loaded through the recently released TimeMachine application. The author notes that the plug-in has been tested on both Slim and Phat (regular) PSP units. Additionally, numerous bug fixes have been made to the included RemoteJoy module.

Download: PSP Custom Firmware Extender 2.0 Plug-In

Changelog:

* 390 M33-2 and 150_340TM custom firmware now supported (cfe should now work on any firmware),
note that on the 150_340 time machine firmware, the ftpd server will not work,
and RemoteJoy under ISO/HOMEBREW won't work too for now. All other functions should work well.

* Time Machine compatibility: You can now reboot "on the fly" from one time machine firmware to another,
just edit the cfe.config file under "ms0:/seplugins/cfe/" to choose which firmware you will reboot to
by pressing a combo button. Format is the same...
 

PlayStation 3 Pulls An Impressive 180

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344w ago - It's less than two months since the launch of the PlayStation 3 in North America and Japan. The highly anticipated, supposedly ultra-powerful next-gen video game system from Sony has, according to just about every legitimate news source, flopped.

Availability for the launches had been pathetic, must-have software remains limited to Resistance: Fall of Man, the console is super expensive ($599 for the 60GB model), Sony is mired in debt due to the outrageous production costs incurred by producing the console, and to make matters worse, Microsoft and Nintendo are soaring.

The Wii caught on huge in Japan - and just about everywhere else - and the Xbox 360 had already enjoyed a one-year head-start, in which we saw more than a few great titles. Blu-Ray, still in its infancy, hasn't yet started to move much, considering the lack of PS3s in the marketplace. Whispers of "another Betamax" are rampant... Doom and gloom permeates almost every PS3-related news story, and editorials from jump-the-gunners say the console might actually fail. It's a dark time.

Fast-forward to one year later, 2008- Sales have been climbing for the PlayStation 3 for quite a while, and January 2008 marks the first month where the system outsells the Xbox 360 and essentially ties the Wii in North America.

Availability...
 

PSPKVM v1.0a Bugfix update for PSP out now!

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344w ago - Sleepper has released a minor update to PSPKVM, a lightweight K virtual machine that allows users to run applications and games compiled with Sun's widely-used Java 2 Platform Micro Edition development toolkit (J2ME) on the PSP.

Download: PSPKVM v1.0a

As stated, version 1.0a is a minor update, limiting the memory heap size used by sound fonts to fix a crash bug.
 

PSP Savegame Deemer v1.10 Plug-In released!

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344w ago - Hellcat has released a custom firmware plug-in for the PSP that allows users to easily save and load decrypted savedata from UMD titles. Once decrypted, savedata can then be modified directly in any standard hex editor.

In addition to the usual bug fixes, version 1.10 includes vastly improved compatibility, along with a new feature that allows users to patch and overwrite the SFO params/info on save.

Download: PSP Savegame Deemer v1.10 Plug-In

UPDATE 19.02.2008: v1.10

* Did some mayor internal changes due to huge compatibility issues when actually running/using the plugin.
Should be way more stable now, hopefully running on 100% (or at least 99.9% ) of the games.
Also it's only one .PRX now, not splitted in two anymore, since the main .PRX is now a native kernel mode one.
* The usual minor bug fixes
* Added a new feature to patch/overwrite the SFO params/info on save (see readme)
 

GamePro's top 6 predictions for GDC 2008

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344w ago - Though 2007 was a breakout moment for gaming, this year's Game Developer's Conference looks to be anything but. Here's how we see GDC 2008 going down.

PREDICTION: Insomniac will announce a release date for Resistance 2.

New Resistance 2 news at GDC? Don't bet on it
When Insomniac's Resistance launched with the PS3 in 2006 it blew many of us away with its intense action, robust online mode, and creative weapon choices. In fact, it is still one of the best games on the PS3. It may not be the most polished effort, but it's still highly enjoyable.

Now that Resistance 2 is out of the shadows and into the spotlight, some fans may be hoping that Sony and Insomniac will announce more details, such as the game's official release date. Though many of us would like to know exactly when we can get our hands on the game ("fall 2008" is all we've heard), it seems unlikely that GDC will be the venue for such an announcement. The combination of the rising sales of the PS3 and the intense promises Insomniac has made regarding multiplayer (supporting 60 players at once is a hefty load) make it unlikely that we'll hear anything concrete yet. We suspect that Insomniac is too busy working out the details to worry about making splashy announcements.
Chance of it happening: LOW

PREDICTION:...
 
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