VHBL for Motorstorm: how the release really happened, and why it happened that way

wololo

Been followin' the console hacking scene since 2006, I'm an old guy so get off my lawn!

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99 Responses

  1. Psauce says:

    Amazing good read. And a Great idea. Well thought out, as you said to help as many as you could.
    That’s the respect that should be returned tenfold
    People forget where these breakthroughs come from, we’re all excited but the people who do this on their own time should be thanked at the least or everyone will end up doing this on their own by the time the next console drops

  2. DemonicElbow says:

    the vita being hacked is in a sense like the psp being hacked all over, except waay more intense

  3. whiteymcguee says:

    we all are grateful for what you did and why u did it, pay no.mind for those select few that are in need of attention that they show no respect. Wololo, what do have to do to get on the mailing list for future opportunities?

  4. 2die4 says:

    why do even waste your time explaining to the trolls and leeches

  5. p5phXX0rz says:

    Wololo I’ve been following your blog even before hbl I was there when you released the forums, and I honestly regret being only a lurker and not involved >.< anyways I wanted to give you kudos on your release plan and give thanks for everyone in the community that has put forth the effort over the past few years :) I like how even after DA left, new determined faces stepped up to the plate and filled his shoes :) great work on everything again!

  6. sweet_leaf85 says:

    hey wololo,

    not sure if you’ll even read this, but ill do whatever it takes to get VHBL on my VITA..

    i have 2 CFW PSPs a softmodded Wii and iv been modding and haking sense the days of PS1 gameshark disc swap lol

    anyways, let me know the best way to get this info for sure.. i read where you sent whatnot to trusted users, but some of them not have a vita or even the money for the game at the time..
    let me assure you, i have all tools nessesary to complete this task, sitting here with my psn card and refresh button on your page, just wishing i had the knowlage to exploit my own game so i could leave you alone lol..
    all i need is the info from you bud :)

  7. Zenin says:

    a good way to release secretly would be to have a site(with the info) where people can only register using a invite, this invite would be in the form of a serial code. Every member should get 2 invites to give out to 2 trusted friends.
    So all you would need to do is give a invite to 2 well connected people to start of this chain.

    the only way this can then get leaked is if someone snitches or if someone’s friend is a sony employee (unlikely)

    This would also ensure only people who want the invite would get it, and it would only be shared among trusted people asuming people dont give out their invites to random people or try to sell them.

  8. Deity says:

    Wololo… You are a deity.

  9. Masterbert says:

    You’re insane man. I like the way you think. :)

  10. HaHussle says:

    it all makes since now

  11. floyd1024 says:

    good job

  12. Haze7 says:

    Well… People at Sony is probably reading this. Is there any PSP indie games? If there is then why don’t you exploit those? Sony has to ask permission from the dev before removing the game….let alone patch it! Perhaps the dev could be someone you know.

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