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Super Collapse 3 Unveiled as Next VHBL Supported Title for PS Vita

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122w ago - Following up on his previous updates, today PlayStation Vita homebrew developer wololo has unveiled the title of the next PSP game that VHBL will support on PS Vita to be Super Collapse 3.

To quote from his blog: Insert here random rant for Sony.

Insert here weird explanation on why people should buy the PSP game Super Collapse 3 on their Vita. Implicitly make it clear that this is the next game being used for VHBL. Don’t forget to thank thecobra for his exploit and the port.

Mention that the game is mostly unavailable for the vita in Europe/Asia, but has been so far spotted in the US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Finland, Czech, Sweden, and Poland.

Tell people to wait a bit more for the VHBL files.


 

Sony Nasne Incoming for PS3, PS Vita & Other Supported Devices

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123w ago - Today Sony of Japan has [Register or Login to view links] that their networked recorder and media storage device dubbed [Register or Login to view links] (pictures HERE) will be arriving on July 19th for use with the PS3, PS Vita, and other supported devices.

To quote from Examiner.com (linked above): The "nasne" device comes with a 500 GB hard drive in addition to dedicated tuners for "digital terrestrial and satellite broadcast."

It can connect with several Sony devices (PlayStation 3, PS Vita, VIAO PC, Sony Tablet and Xperia Play) using dedicated apps so that users can watch and record video. You can check out how "nasne" will work with each aforementioned device from the details provided by the press release below:

● PlayStation 3

PS3 users will be able to watch and record*3 digital terrestrial and satellite broadcast through LAN cable by installing "torne" version 4.0, a dedicated application for PS3, which will come bundled with "nasne."

By connecting a maximum of four "nasne" units to their PS3, users can simultaneously record up to four television programs. Those...
 

PlayStation Move Approaches 50 Supported Games, More Coming

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193w ago - Today PlayStation 3 Marketing Manager Kim Nguyen has announced that PlayStation Move is approaching 50 supported games, with more coming soon!

To quote: From newly released PSN titles like Beat Sketcher and Auditorium to free updates on favorites like Heavy Rain and Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition, support for PlayStation Move is growing like wildfire.

And the best is yet to come: 2011 will see the release of banner titles with PlayStation Move support such as LittleBigPlanet 2, Killzone 3, SOCOM 4, and many more.

Here's an updated list of games that currently feature PlayStation Move support, as well as a sneak peek at what's next for the most immersive motion controller on the market. And stay tuned: This list is only the beginning. What are your favorite PlayStation Move games so far, and what are you most excited for in 2011 and beyond?

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• Beat Sketcher*
• Brunswick Pro Bowling
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• Dance Dance Revolution
• EyePet
• The Fight: Lights Out
• Funky Lab Rat*
 

Video: OtherOS Supported on 3.21OO PS3 Custom Firmware

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229w ago - Here is a video demoing my "custom firmware". I would have added something showing off the new features of 3.21, but oh wait, there aren't any.

This can be installed without having to open up your PS3, just by restoring a custom generated PUP file.

It's possible this CFW will also work on the slim to actually *enable* OtherOS; I'll know when my infectus gets here.

No release date yet, use the proxy hack to play online with 3.15

Note to the people who removed OtherOS, you are potentially turning 100000+ legit users into "hackers."




 

Sony Admits it Under-Supported the PSP in Favor of the PS3

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285w ago - Sony's senior VP and MD for UK, Ireland and the Nordic region Ray Maguire admitted that the PSP has been 'slightly under supported' because a lot of the energy was going into projects they were doing for the PS3.

He also revealed that there was an additional complication as the UMD model wasn't suited for third parties.

To quote: "It was slightly under-supported, mainly because a lot of the energy was going into stuff we're doing for PlayStation 3," he explained to GamesIndustry.biz. "There was an added complication in that the UMD model wasn't brilliant for third parties, either.

"But I think as the installed base has grown - we're now at 50 million globally - the PSP has become one of the best-selling formats ever, and I think people are seeing that they need to get back into it. I think we had a bit of a barren year last year, and this year we seem to have a bumper crop.

"I think it's one of those formats which has just, almost silently, grown and grown and grown. Now people are looking at 3 million installed base in the UK, and seeing it's a healthy number - that they can sell product against that.
 
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