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Wii Homebrew Channel Demo video available!

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344w ago - Twiizers have released video footage demonstrating the loading of a Wii homebrew channel.

As you can clearly see in the video clip above, the Twilight Hack loads and reboots to the standard Wii channel menu with a copy of the Mii channel icon located at the bottom.

The original Mii channel icon, still intact, boots to the real Mii channel if selected, while the copied icon loads a homebrew application when pressed.




 

New PS3 Home BETA v.8.0 video available!

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345w ago - EdgeMedia08 has shared a new PS3 Home BETA video today via YouTube.

It further details the Home BETA walkthrough and is below..

Enjoy!




 

Wii Video Mode Changer - Full Region Free released!

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346w ago - Waninkoko has released a utility that converts Wii iSOs between various PAL/NTSC video formats.

Download: Wii Video Mode Changer v1.0 / Wii Video Mode Changer v2.0

Support for the following video modes:

- PAL interlaced. (PAL 576i)
- PAL60 interlaced. (PAL 480i)
- PAL60 progressive. (PAL 480p)
- NTSC interlaced. (NTSC 480i)
- NTSC progressive. (NTSC 480p)
- PAL non interlaced.
- PAL progressive.
- PAL60 non interlaced.
- NTSC non interlaced.
- MPAL interlaced.
- MPAL non interlaced.

- Linux version included.
- Improved Menu.
- Possibility of changing the video ways one by one.
- Search of patterns improved (to solve problems with some games).

Usage:

1. Extract the "main.dol" from your "SYSFILES" folder from your ISO's second partition.
2. Load the "main.dol into the executable and within a few seconds it will be fully patched.
3. Replace the "main.dol" in your iso with the newly patched version.

Keep in mind this is the first version and there could be bugs. At the moment this only works to convert...
 

Sony's PlayStation 3 Video Store Sounds Ready To Go

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346w ago - The current PlayStation Store is a bit of a clunker. It's functionally sound, but a bit rough around the edges from a usability standpoint. Compared to the rest of the PlayStation 3's visual design, it's certainly lacking–but that's reportedly going to change come Springtime, as the Store is said to get a new coat of paint.

One aspect of the Store that's been hinted about by reliable publications, like the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal, is Sony's download service, one that president Howard Stringer may be talking about when he refers to the "expansion" of the PlayStation Network.

It may be Sony's best bet in fending off Apple's iTunes for movie and television distribution. And it may be closer than we thought.

Sure, it's been a long time coming, with first reports of the digital download venture hitting in December of 2006, but Sony's been awfully quiet about when it's coming.

According to sources who attended the retailer and publisher focused Destination PlayStation conference last week in Scottsdale, Arizona, Sony showed off a portion of its video store. It reportedly uses the same SingStore-like interface we talked about in our PlayStation Store revamp post, something we hoped to capture in the mock-up of the video store above.

No specifics on launch...
 

PSN@Home Top 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2008

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347w ago - PSN At Home's Justin Edwards and SteveFrench9 have done it again with a Top 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2008.

Check it out!

Video below:



 
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