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PS3 SPU Emulation Pre-Alpha Module, Allows x86 PCs to Emulate SPU

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117w ago - TeaM_AC1D in the wild, from one of our newest and highly skilled members KDSBest we have something nice for the scene - a PS3 SPU emulation pre-alpha module that allows x86 PCs to emulate the SPU.

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Hi Community,

I wanted to contribute to the scene , so I coded a tool that might help the community our members and fellow dev's. This Tool is intended for dev's so please be careful if you don't know what you do. I will not be held responsible for any harm.

My tool is a emulator for PS3 modules (e.g metldr), it is in pre alpha stage but I thought, it would be great to get some community feedback.

How to use:

Not all SPU Commands are implemented yet, but it is easily extendable and I will make it support DMA, all SPU Commands and SPU Mailbox soon.

First open a .kds file. Check out the metldr.kds to see an example. The rest is like a normal debugger. If you put dumps of your reversed functions in the KnownFunctions folder, it will detect it and mark that function for you.

Just for example Mark the whole cellSpuAesDecryptCbcCfb128 function in HexView in IDA -> Right Click -> Save...
 

Rumor: Sony PS3 Blu-ray Drive Emulation PCB in Development

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118w ago - Today we received word from Dutch site [Register or Login to view links] (ConsoleWinkel) of a rumor that a Sony PS3 Blu-ray drive emulation PCB is currently in development which will allow users to unlock their PlayStation 3 console without the use of Custom Firmware or dongles.

Reportedly they have been in contact with [Register or Login to view links] who stated a team (possibly the Wasabi or Drivekey team) is working on the PS3 Blu-ray drive emulation PCB that is slated for release later this year.

They have also speculated via e-mail that the project has been kept under tight wraps due to Sony being unable to stop this new PS3 hack via Firmware updates, meaning once it becomes public Sony's legal team will be on the warpath in full force.

Below are some concept pictures (not actual finished product pictures) from their site and the details, roughly translated as follows:

"PlayStation 3 drive emulation

No hacking, no flashing, no modding. Emulation is the future. A team is currently working on a new hack for the PlayStation 3.

The Blu-ray player, Sony's PCB has been cracked and costs can thus be gekloont. The team probably Wasabi or Wiikey team...
 

PopCap Games Confirms Bejeweled 3 Glimmers on PSN Tomorrow

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119w ago - PopCap Games Director of Editorial and Social Media Jeff Green has confirmed that tomorrow Bejeweled 3 will glimmer for fans on PSN.

To quote: I've got some good news for Bejeweled fans: We stopped watching kitten videos, fixed the hamster wheel, and are now happy to report that Bejeweled 3 is finally coming to PlayStation Network! Huzzah!

Now if you've played Bejeweled 1 or 2 before, you may be asking why you should upgrade to Bejeweled 3. "How much different could they make a Match 3 game?" you may ask.

"What do I do this time- Match 4?" "Do I really need to give those clowns more of my money just to swap more gems?"

I'm going to be perfectly honest with you: Yes, you do. I mean, "need" is such a relative word, when you think about it. I mean, sure, I suppose some of you "need" to pay the rent, or feed your family, rather than buy the new Bejeweled. Whatever.

Frankly, the landlord can probably wait a few days, and I'm sure there are plenty of leftovers in your fridge if your family starts whining at you while clutching their swollen, distended stomachs. Meanwhile, those gems in Bejeweled 3 aren't going to swap themselves, are they? No sir. No, they are not. I rest my case.

But perhaps you want a few details on what it is you're actually buying...
 

Caprice32 4.1.0 DBG Amstrad CPC 8-Bit Emulator PS3 Port Arrives

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121w ago - Not long ago PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Rtype released a Hatari v1.6.1 DBG Atari Emulator PS3 port, and today he is back with a Caprice32 4.1.0 DBG emulator port for PS3 as well.

For those unaware, Caprice32 is a software emulator of the Amstrad CPC 8-bit home computer series. The emulator faithfully imitates the CPC464, CPC664, and CPC6128 models.

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To quote: Originally, I was thinking about to not release to all until I update to the Caprice 4.2.0 version, but since I've no time left to solve some vdu bug in 4.2.0, I decide to release the dbg version based on the 4.1 version.

(as you can play some old good games with this version, but be sure to know what exactly is an Amstrad CPC computer before lunch it on the PS3 ) So ...

What?: A quick port of caprice32-4.1.0 to ps3 using PSL1GHTV2 / SDL.
Why? : It was the first computer i own.
Who? : Rtype
 

Sony Announces New Media Go 2.1, Enjoy Unlimited Movies on PC

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121w ago - Today Sony has announced news of Media Go update 2.1, which allows users to enjoy watching unlimited movies from a PC.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] (90.7MB)

To quote: We know you enjoy watching movies. And we know you enjoy watching movies on your PC.

Well, if you're looking for a way to watch the latest new releases or revisit older favorites using the Video Unlimited service,  you'll want to download Sony Entertainment Network's free Media Go software.

Media Go not only allows you to purchase and watch movies on any PC, but new enhancements let you upload photos to Facebook or videos to YouTube with an easy share button. And, improved search will let you find what you're looking for even faster.

New in Media Go 2.1:

• Share your photos and home videos to Facebook and YouTubeâ„¢.
• Subscribe to podcasts using the redesigned Podcast Directory.
• Enjoy Media Go with a growing list of supported devices. For a full list, click [Register or Login to view links].
 
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