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Operation: (Warhawk) Omega Dawn

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354w ago - According to Dylan Jobe (Game Director, Warhawk): We've just finished development of our v1.2 patch and our first Booster Pack, Operation: Omega Dawn!... which is very different than "Red Dawn" or "Dawn of the Dead".

I'd like to give our blog readers a bit of info on our first downloadable content - and I'll try to keep in away from sounding to much like a sales-pitch filled with shallow marketing-speak. The team and I really wanted the Omega Dawn Booster pack to add a new gameplay experience and to enhance the replay value of the core Warhawk game. Not be some nickel-and-dime upgrade that takes advantage of our player community!!! (That's my own personal opinion on DLC so I'll get off my soapbox now)

So without further ado...

The Omega Dawn Booster pack adds 3 key things:

* A night-time battlefield with 6 layouts called the "Omega Factory". It's huge btw.
* New 7-player aircraft called the KT-424 Combat Dropship.
* And 5 updated bonus layouts for battlefields from the original game so that you can play using the new Dropship.

First let me ramble on about the new battlefield: Many of you all wanted a night time level so that's what we did. The battlefield takes place at night well... actually at early dawn. We wanted to...
 

PSP Ad-hoc File Transfer v0.6 out now!

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354w ago - Minerva has updated his PSP ad-hoc file transferring application today, which enables users to transfer files and folders locally between two PSP units.

Download: PSP Ad-hoc File Transfer v0.6 [Right-click, Save As]

This release includes various bug fixes, as well as a progress display for file transfers and additional features, such as the ability to create, rename, and delete files straight from within the application.

As with previous releases, version 0.6 is fully compatible with the 3.X kernel, meaning it will work on Slim units and custom firmware such as 3.71 M33.
 

Tekken 6 intro now available!

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354w ago - Things were never this bad with the Jaguarador..

Video can be seen here:



 

Ratchet & Clank Future 2 will give more background on history

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354w ago - In the below video interview with two developers from Insomniac Games talk about creating Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction. In the interview they are asked about things they had to cut from the game, which gives some interesting hints at Ratchet & Clank Future 2 about 2:30 minutes in.

To quote the answer: "There were certain things in the story, characters that I wanted to address more in this part of the story arch that we're not going to address until a later part of the story arch. So I can't go into too much of who they were. ... For instance the Max Apogee [the Lombax Anthropologist] story arch is something that we were not going into too deep, but we hint at it. And more of the background with the Lombaxes and what happened to them. It's things we hint at. The Zonie and the history of the Zonian and who they are. There's a lot of background to the world. If you interact with a lot of the NPC characters, you'll find out a lot of hints about it."

Watch what the Ratchet & Clank Future team have to say about their PS3-exclusive platformer game.

Video can be seen here:





Nice to know they will continue the series.
 

PS3 Cracks Quicker Than the Rest, Passwords That Is

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355w ago - Want to get yourself some money in double quick time, or get hold of some top secret government documents? Then why not use your PS3 to crack some passwords faster than ever before!

Security researcher Nick Breese has harnessed the power of the PS3's cell processor to allow him to crack passwords with only a few hours work - despite formerly taking days to solve.

An Intel chip can go through 10-15 million cycles a second, whereas the PS3's chip can get through 1.4 billion.

"Brute force" password cracking is a simple method of simply trying every possible combination of characters until the correct combination is found. Having multiple cores in the PS3 chip allows it to try several passwords at once, speeding up the work greatly.

Don't panic though! You won't have a PS3 breaking into your bank account any time soon, though, as these eight-character passwords are rudimentary when compared to the sophisticated encryption used to protect online transactions and similar transfers of important information.
 
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