Wednesday, November 14, 2012
In 2006, Sony released a major firmware update for the PS3, update 3.60. That firmware update many holes hackers were using, and prevented modded and hacked consoles from connecting to the PlayStation Network. However, the block keeping hacked consoles off of PSN has now been successfully circumvented with custom firmware, while the LV0 decryption keys for the PS3 have been loosed into the wild - that means that a PC can now easily pretend to be a PS3, and connect and download stuff, which can then be re-encrypted and run on hacked and modded consoles.
Sony has now officially responded to new PlayStation 3 hack, directly warning users against applying it and threatening all those suspected of having done so of having their access to Sony's online services "terminated permanently".
In other word, they'll be "banned".
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
The distribution ban was ordered by a Mannheim court, after Motorola claimed Microsoft had infringed two patents central to the H.264 video coding and playback.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Sony has finally launched the PlayStation Vita in Japan, on 17 December 2011, After almost a year of officially announcing it. Sony has also released an online user guide for the PS Vita, which details all of the functions and gives a closer look at the device.
Meanwhile, the PS Vita has already reached firmware 1.50, and there isn’t quite a clear indication as to what has been changed.
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Knights of the Crystals has two modes: Quest and Fight. Questing allows the player to use AP (Action Power) to partake in set quests, which earn the player EXP, Gold and occasionally items dan Jobs. Fighting allows the player to attack other players using BP (Battle Power) to earn EXP and Gold, and occasionally items. Both AP and BP regenerate once every five minutes.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
From 2008 we put our hard work to develop the working PS3 emulator. Took us the whole three years to coordinate the PlayStation 3 CPU with PC one and the main thing what relieved our project came with new CPU technology with 3 cores. After Intel i3 came out, we dedicated our work on improving other things like graphics effects and FPS rating.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
The Essentials does not include Wi-Fi, so you’ll have to rely on games providing the updates or getting them via a cable. That's mean no online multiplayer. Sony has also replace the stereo speakers with monoaural, but you can still use stereo headphones. There is also no video out feature.
PSP-E1000 will be available across PAL, but won’t be launched outside of PAL territories, at least for now.
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
LGC is not a new group, they have dumped DS and DSi roms before, so it's probable that this claim may be real. Also, the source comes form Ludibria, a popular site that posts scene release data for many systems. It remains unknown how LGC did this or what tools they used. And for now, the dumps remain unusable due to a lack of compatible flashcards. But for now, they are apparently released and use the file extension .3DS.