To quote, roughly translated: CFW 184.108.40.206 with correction for the PS3 with NOR.
Hi to all, sorry for the problem of the CFW 4.40.5 and v5.1 on slim I report today! 220.127.116.11 WITH correcting my cfw for PS3 with NOR 100%! And novelty spoof 4.41 + access to the psn: D + 3 fashion fashion CDex 4.40, mode CEX 4.40, and 4.30 DEX fashion
1: Fixed reboot recovery or pure blue ecrant PS3 NOR
2: Adding 4.41 spoof + psn access and ReActPSN
3: Replacement coldboot audio and video
4: Replacement lines.qrc
5: news icon by Hackxell
6: ameloiration the toolbox Rebug for normal mode, CDEX and DEX
7: Adding style toolbox PSIDPatcher 4.40 Rogero
8: NORMAL MODE 4.40/acce PSN and ReActPSN compliant
9: CDEX fashion 4.40/ajout...
3w ago - Series Director Makoto Shibata has gone behind the lens of the PS2 horror classic Fatal Frame on PS3 today.
Below are the details, to quote: With the recent release of Fatal Frame on PSN as a PlayStation 2 Classic, we reached out to Fatal Frame series director Makoto Shibata to share some thoughts on the inception of one of gaming's tensest, most atmospheric series.
The initial project kicked off under the "Project ZERO" codename when the PlayStation 2 development tools were first made available, back at the time.
Before the Fatal Frame project, I worked on the "Deception" series (aka Tecmo's Deception) which focused on coming up with a new, yet complex game system in order to broaden player experiences. This led us to transcending traditional game genres by combining the best parts of different game systems: action, adventure, puzzle and simulation genres, just to name a few.
When the PS2 hardware came out with dramatically improved graphical capabilities, we took a different approach by keeping the game system and play experience simple. We tried to emotionally reach out to players and get them to feel things they cannot actually see on screen.
As a result, we selected the horror genre, which was an area aligned with my personal interests since I tend to...
3w ago - Sony European Product Manager Elliott Linger shared some new video trailers today spotlighting The Last of Us Special Editions below.
To quote: In only a few weeks you will be able to get your hands on Naughty Dog's hotly anticipated new title The Last of Us!
Set 20 years after a pandemic has radically changed civilization as we know it, The Last of Us follows Joel, a hardened survivor who is hired to smuggle a 14 year-old girl, Ellie, out of an oppressive military quarantine zone. What starts as a small job soon transforms into a brutal journey across what remains of the United States.
Across PAL regions, we have two very special editions that you can pre-order now and enjoy as soon as the game hits the shelves on 14th June - the mirror Joel and Ellie editions, based on the game's protagonists.
Check out trailers detailing the contents of each special edition below:
Retailing at €79.99, these limited editions can be pre-ordered now by clicking on the relevant locale link below: