To quote: Hi guys, here is my first release of MultiMan Retro Cover Renamer MMRetroCR or I should call it MM Retro Tools.
At first it was made to rename covers only but I been adding more features, and now for first release it has many other uses. Please take a look at the readme...
MultiMan Retro Cover Renamer - MMRetroCR
"Making it easier to manage retro covers for use with MultiMan"
by CaptainCPS-X, 2011.
• Automatic ROM scanning for supported systems.
• Support ROM recognition for: NES, SNES, Genesis, VBA (GB, GBC, GBA).
• ZIP verification when needed, ensuring it contains a valid ROM.
• Single ROM adding and removing from list.
• Individual cover assigment feature for each listed ROM.
• Ability to clear cover assigment for a selected ROM.
• PNG Cover preview.
• Automatic renaming of cover images to match the ROM sets.
• Automatic generation of Covers .PKG files ready to be installed in the PS3 / MultiMan.
133w ago - Today PlayStation 3 hacker SvenGDK has released PS3 Multi Tools for Windows v2, which allows users to manage their PS3 games, download the latest PS3 CFW, sign packages, format HDDs to FAT32, copy games and more.
To quote: What is PS3 Multi Tools for Windows?
"PS3 Multi Tools for Windows" is the new version of "Multi Tools for PS3".
With this tool you can:
• Manage your games
• NEW: Work faster with the new execution box (Execute commands like "copy" or "format")
• Easily copy games to other HDDs
• Format a HDD to FAT32 (over 32GB)
• Sign Package files (.pkg)
• Easy report bugs with the Reporter (Under settings)
• NEW: Download the newest Custom Firmwares like DualBoot CFW
• NEW: Get always the latest of your PS3 CFW Backup Manager like Multiman
• Easy select your HDD for games on the menu (NEW: If not found, you can enter it manually)
• New Design
• Improved copy speed
• Added a clock
153w ago - Recently BludgaBoy has shared a LittleBigPlanet 2 PS3 BETA - Windows: LBP Edition Creation video showcasing the work of Boss_Mob, SaggySackBoy, tomatenbrei and daFRED94.
While the game isn't available until later this month, those interested can check it out below.
To quote from Kotaku: "This Windows XP homage, built in the LittleBigPlanet 2 beta, won't run a copy of Excel or PowerPoint, but it does do a reasonably good impersonation of the operating system's desktop, start menu, built-in timewaster games and, naturally, a blue screen of death."
Finally, from the video's caption: "It works... well, *almost* perfectly (just like the real Windows, there are some kinks in the works), and it's an extremely accurate re-creation, right down to the log in noise. You've got pictures, music, videos; even some built in games for you to play! Who needs the NT kernel or C++ when you've got LittleBigPlanet 2?"