272w 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.
279w 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.
* 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)
288w ago - OldPrisoneR and Andy_maN have updated FuSa today, 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, D-terminal.
In addition to multi-language support and various optimizations, Build 45 features an additional full screen mode and allows users to toggle the FPS/priority values by simply holding right or left on the D-pad.
- Now FuSa support 6 languages (ENGLISH, RUSSIAN, GERMAN, ITALIAN, DUTCH, POLISH)
- Fullscreen mode 2 was added (REAL FULL SCREEN!)
- You don't need dvemgr.prx now
- Now you can just hold RIGHT and LEFT buttons while setting up FPS/priority - values will scroll automaticly
- NEW: menu hotkey was added - hold R-TRIGGER while setting up FPS/priority - 10x scroll speed
- And a few code improvements
290w ago - OldPrisoneR and Andy_maN have updated FuSa, a PSP 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, D-terminal.
Additionally, it features a full screen option which when activated will scale output to the width and height of your television screen, rather than being limited to a resolution of 480p.
Build 41 features the addition of a full screen mode (as mention above), improved UMD compatibility, and a number of bug fixes. The complete changelog can be found below.