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Upcoming FuSa SD for PSP-2000 will support PS1 (POPS) games!

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323w ago - FuSa team, the guys behind the software to run games on PSP-2000s on any cable and any TV have posted this:

"As you know, OldPrisoneR is on his vacation at present time, however he continues work on FuSa SD. I've just received message from him... he is unstoppable!

He managed to add PS1 (POPS) games support for FuSa SD! OldPrisoneR has also said that at this moment he is working on new SpeeD BoosteR, which must avoid any slowdown.

You, probably, have one question now: "When will be update?"

I can say just one thing: There will be no update untill John (OldPrisoneR) returns (he will return after fortnight. So, probably, update will be in July)."

This is great news coming from the amazing team FuSa, having POPS support and speed improvements. So let's be patient, it's worth the wait no doubt.
 

ESRB Cracks Down on Premature Game Leaks

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323w ago - The joy of discovering unannounced downloadable game titles on the ESRB's ever-reliable Web site will soon be a thing of the past, as a new policy aimed at halting premature leaks on the site has been put forward, according to an internal memo passed to Web site Next-Gen.

When submitting a new game title to the ESRB's ratings database, publishers will now have the option of entering in specific reveal date, letting the ESRB know exactly when to release information regarding the title to the public.

If no date is specified, the title will automatically appear in the ESRB's public search database 30 days after it has been rated.

Well now, that's certainly exciting news for publishers. As for end-users, not much at all. Guess we'll have to rely on the European rating bodies from this point forward.
 

Ferrari Challenge: The PS3 game your 360 could never do

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324w ago - Any console that can play the upcoming Ferrari Challenge, take one step forward. Not so fast Xbox 360! At least if System 3 CEO, Mark Cale is to be believed when he says, "The PS3 offers the most powerful opportunity in the global marketplace."

Barring some phantom super-console lurking in the E3 rafters, we suppose that's fair. Though, the fact that Sony's better established throughout Europe, and that continent's insatiable appetite for racing titles probably shouldn't be counted out either.

"1080p resolution is a better solution than just HD," boasts Cale while taking a light jab at the 720p Forza 2. Certainly, no one's clamoring for less "p", so news of this nature will surely do its part as red meat for forum trolls who absolutely obsess over tech specs.

Although, the very same people, those combing over every progressive pixel, may also take issue with the game running at 30 frames a second. Cale claims that you may need 60fps in an action game like Devil May Cry 4, but in a racing sim where you're heading forward at all times 30fps is more than adequate. And judging by our hands-on, we're inclined to believe him.

Performance aside, what does this technical powerhouse offer in terms of gameplay? Well, graphics are just the tip of the iceberg....
 

Official Confirmation: PS3 Firmware 2.36 coming soon; 2.40 to offer In-game XMB and Trophies

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324w ago - After weeks of rumored PS3 Firmware 2.40 coming and the recently rumored intermediate 2.36 update, today we finally have official confirmation straight from Eric Lempel (Director, PlayStation Network Operations) as follows:

A new PLAYSTATION 3 firmware update (v2.36) will be launching soon, improving system stability when playing select PlayStation format software titles.

We're also happy to officially report that the 2.40 system software update for PS3 will include "XMB" access in-game. The update will also include "trophies," an exciting new feature that we'll be providing more details on soon, as well as some other new enhancements.

We've talked about some of this on the blog previously and know that many of you can't wait to get your hands on these features. You can expect us to share all of the official details shortly.
 

New game similar to Singstar: Lips

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324w ago - Lips is a new game that is pretty much like Singstar. There will be 30 songs you can sing along to, some of which are by well known people, while others are by lesser knowns.

Sue me if I'm wrong, having never played Singstar, but it also brings some new features to the fold like being able to upload your own songs and sing along to them. Plus there will be downloadable songs, too.

30 songs: The songs include a mix of popular songs like Madonna, and local songs specific to the United Kingdom.

2 Wireless Interactive Microphones: Wireless mics are interactive, with lights on the shaft of the microphone that pulse to the rhythm of your voice, and motion sensors that allow you to dance, move or swing to score points.

Use your own music: Take songs from CD or your iPod, and upload them into the game. The game will reduce the vocals so you can sing along and be heard, and score you on whether you're in tune. Lyrics can also be added directly into the song to sing along.

Download songs: Hundreds of music videos with lyrics are available online for a small fee, which you sing and be scored on.
 
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