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Standalone Prince of Persia PS3 PKG File for Custom Firmware Out

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174w ago - Today NEO117 has made available a standalone Prince of Persia PS3 PKG and homebrew files to run the 1989 game on PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware without the use of an SNES emulator along with Street Rod and Street Rod 2 and more updates below.

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I have tested it and can confirm that it works 100%. Give it a go as its a great game and runs completely smooth.

To quote: I just compiled this PKG with the very first Prince of Persia ready to play on your PS3. Enjoy it.

NOTE: I tested it and found no problems, however if you do find any issue please let me know by PM or on this thread. Thank you.

I simply Used the fail0verflow tools and the Dosbox port for PS3. Nothing too hard. Btw,...
 

They Do Not Die 2 v0.5 PS3 Homebrew Game PKG is Released

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176w ago - Today PlayStation 3 developer ThatOtherDev has updated his PS3 homebrew game to They Do Not Die 2 v0.5 with the changelog detailed below.

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To quote: Here is another update to They Do Not Die 2.

I had added corpses and blood but I’ve removed them because I don’t know how to make them fade away progressively and I find it extremely distracting seeing them just disappear instantly (for performance reasons there needs to be a limit on how many can exist at any given time).

If anyone knows how to go about doing that I would greatly appreciate an example of it. Basically what I’m looking for is the PSL1GHT equivalent of glColor4f. I assume the answer involves shaders which I am sadly fairly ignorant about making and using.

Notable changes:

  • Added two player co-op play (shared screen).
  • There are now cars and boxes scattered around the city.
  • Data is stored more efficiently in game saves and as a result of that saving and loading is faster.
  • The shotgun is more powerful.

PS3 controls:

  • Left analog stick = Move
  • Right analog stick = Aim
  • L1 = Fire the...

 

PS3 K_License Extractor Python Script for PKG Files is Released

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199w ago - Today an anonymous PS3 developer has released a PS3 K_License Extractor Python Script for PlayStation 3 PKG files.

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To quote: An anonymous developer has released a K_License Extractor for use on retail and debug PKGs.

The k_license is a unique license string generated and embedded in PSN and other PKG files. The script will retrieve and display this k_license when ran.

Please note the app is in the form of a python script and meant for experienced devs.
 

Magic PKG v0.2 Beta Arrives from Alegoria, Create PS3 PKG Files

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202w ago - Over the weekend Spanish developer Alegoria from DemonHades (linked above) released Magic PKG v0.2 Beta, a PlayStation 3 homebrew application that allows users to create PS3 PKG files.

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To quote, roughly translated: We inform this new application is being developed by Alegoria to easily create PKGs.

The idea is to convert the physical format games DG HG property to run directly from the HDD without having to undergo any manager games (Multimedia).

I discussed this in beta but from DHorg want to give our support to continue developing and improving this tool that looks great
 

PS3 Package Manager v0.9 Installer v1.1 for PKG Files Arrives

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203w ago - Following up on his previous release, today PlayStation 3 hacker Cyberskunk of the Rebug Team has updated PS3 Package Manager v0.9 Installer to Installer v1.1 for PKG files.

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Fom the Rebug page: This is an update to the 'Package Manager 0.9 – Installer' NOT 'Package Manager' to make it a little safer by putting in some measures to avoid accidental end-user errors when installing.

Package Manager is a replacement for the standard ★ Install Package Files option under 'Game' in the XMB for both 3.41 and 3.55 firmware. It allows for the install and deletion of .pkg files from 'dev_hdd0/packages', 'dev_usb/packages' and the standard '★ Install Package Files' locations. In addition to this, your downloaded PSN content will appear under this menu instead of cluttering your 'Game' menu with uninstalled content.

INSTALLATION:
1: Download the 'Package Manager 0.9 – Installer 1.1′ package and install it on your PS3.
2: Run 'Package Manager 0.9 – Installer 1.1′ and choose your option.
NOTE: Rebug and OFW/CFW have slightly different...
 
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