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HBL running on the PS Vita, Sonic says Hi

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99 Responses

  1. brian says:

    is it legal

  2. RED says:

    Yep. This is the inevitable end of all this hacking.

  3. NoPiracy says:

    Seriously, do you only think about playing games for free on the Vita?! From my point of view i only want HBL on the Vita. ”we don’t want to pay … sony console games”. If you can’t even support the developpers of the games like killzone, CoD, Gravity daze, Uncharted, etc. They won’t make games anymore. So stop thinking about piracy. 1st of all it’s illegal and second piracy doesn’t support the game devs and Sony. Geez you can’t even save 30-50 bucks for the games. why do you even bother buying the Vita then? You can pay 250/300$ for the Vita. But when it comes to a game for 30 bucks you say no, it’s too EXPENSIVE i want to pirate, i want to play for free. I mean the games for the vita aren’t THAT expensive. They only game that has a little high cost is Uncharted Golden Abyss for 50 bucks. And that isn’t so much. So you better think at HBL or homebrew games instead of pirating the best games. Like wololo said go to another site if you want piracy

  4. wololo says:

    HBL cannot technically be used to pirate games, because it only provides user access. For your piracy needs, go to another site, as it’s not what I do.

  5. Pirate says:

    Riiiiiiiiiiight. ;D

  6. flayer says:

    I know its tempting, but try thinking about the work that was put into that game the next time you want to save 40 bucks. And also ive never tried it but supposedly you could play backups with hbl by running a psp emulator, such as jcpsp, on your computer through pspdisp.

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