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Square Enix Announces Scarygirl is Scaring Her Way Onto PSN

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135w ago - Square Enix Product Manager Charles McCarter has announced today that Scarygirl is scaring her way onto PlayStation Network.

To quote: Hello PSN players! I hope that the season has been kind to you. While we're still in the tail-end of the Winter of RPGs, I'm here to share something completely different with you!

I'd like to introduce you to the newest female hero to join the Square Enix family. She's an unlikely heroine, but she's proven herself in her most recent adventure. I'm talking, of course, about Scarygirl.

But who is Scarygirl? That's a question she herself has been striving to answer. She washed ashore on an island, and was taken in by a friendly octopus named Blister.

Scarygirl knew that she was different--after all, she has one arm that's a tentacle, one arm that's a bone, and a really cool eyepatch.

Her problems started when she began having nightmares about a mysterious man. When Blister was unable to help her, he sent Scarygirl to the wise- if cryptic--Bunniguru. And, after speaking to him, she set out on a journey to discover the mystery of the man behind her nightmares.

A lot of enemies stand in her way, so she's going to have to do some fighting. But her unique arm allows her to do some rather unique attacks. Scarygirl can bash,...
 

PS Vita Designer on Perfect Screen Size and Battling Engineers

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135w ago - SCEE Manager James Gallagher has shared an interview today with the PlayStation Vita designer on the perfect screen size and battling engineers below.

To quote: Last December I attended the Tokyo launch of PlayStation Vita, which is going to be in your hands just about one month from now.

While I was there I got to chat with Tokashi Sogabe of the Sony Corporate Design Centre, head of the team in charge of the aesthetic of the console.

Sogabe-san has 27 years of experience working with Sony, in which time he has designed the Walkman, Vaio notebooks, the current slimmer model of PS3 and many other electronic
devices.

We spoke about the look and feel of PS Vita and the eternal tug of war that goes on between the designers wanting to create something as sleek and compact as possible and the engineers whose job it is to cram as much technology as they can into that shell.

PS.Blog: A lot of people seem impressed by the five inch OLED screen on PlayStation Vita. How did you decide on that particular size?

Tokashi Sogabe: When we first saw a prototype of the beautiful OLED screen we used on PS Vita, we felt it deserved to be bigger than the 4.3 inch screen on PSP. It's almost as if we settled on five inches in order to really...
 

Status Update on PS3 4.0 Homebrew Enabler (HEN) by KaKaRoTo

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135w ago - Today PlayStation 3 hacker KaKaRoToKS has posted a status update on the PS3 4.0 Homebrew Enabler (HEN), which comes just six weeks since the previous confirmation that it indeed works on Sony's latest Firmware version.

To quote: Here’s a “quick” status update on the 4.00 HEN (Homebrew ENabler) for PS3.

Following my clarifications from almost 2 months ago here, there has been a lot of progress. We have not been slacking off, we’re a group of about 10 developers working together for the last 2 months, for sometimes 15 hours everyday in order to bring back homebrew support to the latest version of the PS3.

There are three major parts to the HEN, first, getting the packages to install on the PS3, that part is done, completed, tested, debugged, etc.. the second part is to get the apps to run, that one still has major issues... the last part is something I will not discuss for now (it’s a surprise) but it’s about 60% to 70% done (and it has nothing to do with peek&poke and has nothing to do with backup managers or anything...
 

RenPKG v1.0 Beta 3 - Restore Names of PS3 PKG and EDAT Files

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135w ago - Below is a RenPKG v1.0 Beta 3 Win32 homebrew application made by myself with source code included.

It allows users to restore the names of PS3 PKG and EDAT Files to their original PlayStation 3 ones.

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I hope It will be useful for you Be careful if you need to rename update pkg files! Source files are included


In related PlayStation 3 homebrew news, today on IRC deroad released [Register or Login to view links] followed by [Register or Login to view links] on his [Register or Login to view links] and [Register or Login to view links] and [Register or Login to view links] followed by [Register or Login to view links] in another [Register or Login to view links], and from the included ReadMe files:

This is a simple player, it reads two var (var1 and Var2) from a file.

The file must be called buzzer.txt and placed in the main folder of a USB an example:
 

Family Feud & The Price is Right PSN for PS3 CFW 3.55 by Duplex

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135w ago - Following up on their previous releases, today PlayStation 3 scene release group Duplex have made available Family Feud and The Price is Right for PSN users on Custom Firmware (CFW) 3.55.

Below are the release details for each with more information in the ongoing thread, as follows:

  • Family.Feud.PSN.PS3-DUPLEX (241.46 MB)
  • The.Price.is.Right.PSN.PS3-DUPLEX (878.45 MB)

Notes: Enjoy another PSN Classic Hit working on CFW 3.55/3.41

1.) copy files to FAT32 USB Key/USB Disk
2.) install game (.pkg already contains the crack)
3.) run game from xmb

Enjoy This Fine DUPLEX Release


 
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