285w ago - Thanks to the French guys from PSP-GEN and the team that made 3.93 and 3.95 GEN, they are the first to announce that they have managed to take a look at the new PSP 4.00 firmware's PRX files.
The areas which has been changed includes: Pops popsman, npdrm, np9660, mlnbridge, sysmem, umdcache, sysconf, and video.
Check the whole content out pictured below.
This could mean we'll see a 4.00 GEN before a 4.00 M33 perhaps?
The cable converts the analog singal to a digital one and acts as a HDMI digital signal solution for HDMI-less Xbox 360's, while also sporting an extra RCA socket and optical socket for connection to speakers.
The cable also comes with an HDMI to DVI adapter so it can be used on a PC as well as an HD TV. According to the manufacturer, the new XCM 1080p HDMI Cable will automatically detect and play any Xbox 360 Game or DVD Movie disc.
286w ago - After debuting their highly impressive, real-time gameplay trailer last month, High Voltage Software have officially announced their new FPS, The Conduit, the tirle that will usher in true next-generation technology on the Wii.
Built on the studio's custom Quantum 3 Game Engine, The Conduit will be able to reproduce all kinds of neat little tech tricks on Nintendo's weak white box, including dynamic environment mapping, interactive water with real-time reflection, and four-stage texture composition including gloss, diffuse, and bump mapping. Yeah, that's a mouthful.
As well, High Voltage says that they've created an extremely advanced A.I. system, which is necessary if their "terrifying alien creatures" are to pose any threat to you whilst you flail your arms around, wildly, using the game's uniquely tailored control scheme. Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer at High Voltage Software, said:
Too many Wii owners have been told that the Wii is a casual platform with no room for serious games or top-tier graphics. With The Conduit, we intend to prove that theory wrong by providing gamers with the kind of title they imagined back when the platform was first announced.
Full online, competitive multiplayer (please, no friend codes) and a "thrilling" single player campaign are in store...
287w ago - Miriam has returned with an update to his PSP Custom Firmware, dubbed 3.95 GEN-2. Users of the Firmware will be pleased to know that Miriam has patched up compatibility issues with a number of homebrew applications in this release, most notably SNES9XTYL and PSPTube.
Additionally, the author notes that all recently reported bugs concerning fat model PSP units have been fixed. As usual, installation and usage instructions can be found in the included readme file.
Note: Although this is considered a stable release, we are still recommending that all users create a basic Pandora setup before installing so that you can easily downgrade back to 3.90 M33 in case the Firmware is not running as expected.