Announcing the PSP Genesis competition 2011

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83 Responses

  1. ReaperX says:

    so basically this is the last year the PSP Scene will be alive and no more New Homebrews or Hacks in 2012?

  2. Spider Monkey says:

    Somehow I felt that the psp scene died out when Davee downgrader was release. Maybe its just me 😀

  3. Wolola says:

    The NGP and 3DS as the PSP, NDS and all others consoles, will be hacked, in much or minor time but they will be hacked.

    The permanent CFW for PSP3k,Go, and 2k it isn’t impossible, the only reason of at the moment they can’t get it, is because anybody discover the method, let’s think, if sony make a CFW, isn’t it would be permanent? Once anybody discover how do it, then, we have a PCFW on ours PSP, let’s time run…

    • LOSTAROT says:

      makes a lot of sense… sony can update your CFW and its permanent, why not the CFW.. I guess its all about coding and thats not impossible to do. Who would have thought the signing codes for PS3 can be hacked.

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