Merchants of Brooklyn Alpha Accidentally Released as Final Build

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265w ago - For indie developer Paleo Entertainment, it seemed that the launch of Merchants of Brooklyn, the studio's debut effort, was going about as poorly as it could be.

Immediately after the title hit Steam yesterday, many users were reporting serious issues with the CryENGINE 2-powered PC shooter.

To quote: Unacceptable sound quality, terrible framerates, deleted saves and a bug that entirely eliminated the HUD were among the various complaints.

"It's not a game," wrote one angry Steam user, not knowing how close he was to the truth. "It's just a joke." Now it appears that those bugs can be attributed to one massive rookie mistake.

"We are fully aware of the problems that occurred with the initial release of M.O.B.," wrote Paleo Entertainment on their official forums. "Unfortunately, the incorrect version went up on Steam. The Alpha version was released initially, this has been corrected."

Paleo adds: "Please log in/log out of Steam to receive the correct version of M.O.B. We will be patching this game periodically to correct any issues that arise, as well as new and exciting features and multiplayer...
 

Dolphin GameCube/Wii Emulator Unofficial Build 2630 Available

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266w ago - Nakee over from the official Dolphin Web site has posted some information regarding the bi-weekly release of their Nintendo GameCube and Wii emulator. This time we will be surprised with some new good features

Download: Windows 32-bit / Windows 64-bit / Linux/Fedora

To quote: This revision has some major features such as Anti-Aliasing support in the GL plugin, and major advance in wii emulation (wiios works).

It also includes a lot of bug fixes, better regional support and of course some the usual crash fixes.
 

Windows Vista SP2 BETA - Build 16489 Available for Download

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284w ago - In parallel with the development of Windows 7, Microsoft is also taking Windows Vista to the next level. The Vista evolution is synonymous with the jump from SP1 to SP2, and Microsoft is already offering a taste of the second service pack for the operating system.

In mid-October, the Redmond company delivered the first pre-beta bits of Windows Vista Service Pack 2 to a selected pool of testers.

Subsequently, just as Mike Nash, Corporate Vice President, Windows Product Management announced on October 29, the pre-beta Vista SP2 testing program was extended to a small group of Technology Adoption Program customers.

Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) Build 16497 is available for download here.

"Windows Vista SP2 adds Windows Search 4.0 for faster and improved relevancy in searches," Nash stated at the time. "Windows Vista SP2 contains the Bluetooth 2.1 Feature Pack supporting the most recent specification for Bluetooth Technology.

[SP2 will provide the] ability to record data on to Blu-Ray media natively in Windows Vista. Adds Windows Connect Now (WCN) to simplify Wi-Fi Configuration. Windows Vista SP2 enables the exFAT file system to support UTC timestamps,...
 

Media Molecule: LittleBigPlanet BETA based on quite an old build

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290w ago - Media Molecule have said that the BETA version of LittleBigPlanet currently underway is based on "quite an old build". They say that they have some cool new stuff that's been in their private test for a few days which will improve the game such as less lagginess and better online stability.

Media Molecule also seemed to apologize for Sony's decision to give 5,800 beta keys to only Eurogamer saying that the distribution of the keys is entirely in the hands of Sony. Media Molecule say that there are more keys coming SOON.

To quote: What AMAZES me is how good the first 'sketches' of levels are. it took our testers at least a few weeks of heavy create before incredible levels started appearing. and now something cool for you all to think about: you've only seen the first 3 levels

Remember, this is a *beta* to test our servers, NOT a demo. Can't stress that enough! So, what's is so cool for us to see, is that you haven't even seen the amazing story mode yet, which serves as inspiration, and yet the levels going up are already interesting. I can't wait to see what y'all do when you see the full game, and start cranking out levels.

Also, since it's a beta, it's...
 

FuSa Custom Firmware Plug-In Build 47 for PSP released!

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297w ago - Andy_maN has released an update to FuSa, a custom firmware plug-in that enables Slim owners to play PSP games on any television regardless of the input cable used - composite, component, S-video, or D-terminal.

Build 47 features configurable hotkeys, "SpeeDBooster" support for emulated PSone titles, and the ability to alter screen position. Additionally, a detailed readme file in PDF format has been included in this release.

Download: FuSa Custom Firmware Plug-In Build 47 for PSP

Changelog:

* New SpeeDBooster now compatible with all PSOne games
* New hotkey (DisableEnable plug-in)
* Configuration file
* Adjustable hotkeys
* Adjustable screen position
* No more "grab vram" option (use FuSa ScreenShot! instead of it)
* New docs (PDF)
 







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