Dear Sony…

Dear Sony, it has come to my attention that one of the PSP games available on the playstation Vita has a vulnerability that could lead to the execution of external code by some malicious users. Therefore I am writing this blog post so that you can patch the game or remove it from the PSN store as soon as possible. Preferably, I suggest you take the money from your clients first, and prevent them from downloading the game afterwards, just like you did with Motorstorm Arctic Edge, 3 weeks ago. This way it will be a win-win situation for you, and you can always blame it on the hackers later on.

As a matter of fact, I have discovered that some “hackers” (I prefer to call them terrorists) have already prepared a tool wich, using this vulnerability, could allow people to run software that would be extremely dangerous for your business, such as 20 year-old 8 bit games and 154 different versions of pong.

I think this puts your business at risk, and I’ve tried to stop those vilains by all means necessary, but sadly it seems they are not breaking any law. Hopefully, giving you the name of the game will help you to take some efficient action. Those people are clearly wrong in their mind to try to play crappy open source software, when they could enjoy a great game such as Ridge Racer for less than 10$ a track, (which is clearly not a ripoff compared to the price one would have to pay in the real world to drive cars that completely defy the laws of physics. Although on that subject I woud like if you could help me, as my version of the game seems to be blocked in “demo mode” for some reason. All the 5 cars have exactly the same specs, so surely there’s something I’ve done wrong somewhere.)

I digress. The name of the game is Everybody’s Tennis. It is also known as Minna no tennis in Japan. Thankfully the game is not available on the US Vita store, so this should limit the problems on your end. I heard however that these hackers have prepared a US version of the hack just in case that version is being sold somewhere such as the HK store. I also heard people can buy the UK version from the US if they buy some PSN cards from resellers on ebay and other sites. If I may give some advice, I think this is not secure enough. True, you did a good job in preventing people from buying games outside of the country they live in (and being a French living in Japan, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the fact that I can’t buy any game on the French PSN, this is exactly how globalization should work, and it helps me sparing lots of money by not buying any game), but I think in order to avoid future hacks, you should simply prevent everyone from buying games on the PSN, which will guarantee you a complete control of the market.

The hackers also announced they would release their hack a few hours or days after they announce the name of the game being used. They claim this only allows people to run “homebrew” games and that in no way it allows people to play pirated PSP or vita games, but I think this is not an excuse to hack.

I realize it is saturday evening for your teams in Europe, and Sunday morning in Japan. I hope you will not have to wake some people in the middle of the night just to take action, I would have chosen a better time, but I myself have very little time to blog outside of weekends.

Hoping that working together we will be able to stop hackers. I seem to be one of the few people on Earth who understand that the real enemies of the Vita are not your poor marketing techniques, the terrible software such as the “back to the 90′s” netfront browser, the bad launch lineup, the delays on the playstation suite, the recent downgrade from 5 to 2 allowed copies of any given psn game, and the increasing competition of smartphones that all have better CPUs than the Vita. No, the real enemies are those people playing Lamecraft, who are clearly killing the videogame market, so let’s destroy them together.

Please pay extra attention to the dev known as wth, who apparently is behind this whole thing, as well as Teck4 who apparently helped him for the Japanese version of the hack. I also heard that somes guys named mamosuke and msparky83 were involved in the testing. It would be good if you have a way to maybe track these guys’ phones or something. Or maybe you can simply sue them, I heard it’s something you do very well.

Yours truly, W. Ololo

  1. Mike’s avatar

    Watch how fast this comment gets deleted…..

    Sure, homebrew games are great. But it has been proven time and time again, homebrew invites piracy. There has never been a case in video game console history where these two did not go hand in hand. As everything becomes simpler and electronic, the temptation has never been greater to just click away. One game load and soft mod later, each gamer is left with a choice. Either click “download” or go to the store and spend $45 on the same game.

    I think the PSP Go was a hard-learned lesson for us all. Either let the third party devs create games and charge a price for them. Or figure out a way to hack into my $320 system just so I can play that 152nd version of Pong. Once a system security is brought down, 3rd party devs turn a blind eye to the console altogether. Again, I use the PSP Go as an example. So now, thanks to “Homebrew Developers” (I won’t call them hackers, they are purely INNOCENT!! lol!), I cannot play the latest and greatest games that PROFESSIONALS create. I have to settle for 152 versions of Pong and 4 versions of Sonic the Hedgehog that came out in 1993. I don’t get to enjoy Metal Gear Solid Part 7, because the third parties cannot pay their professional developers. The purpose of a business is turn a profit. If the business cannot FORECAST turning a profit, it will find means of profit elsewhere. Which means that ALL of us are stuck with 152 different versions of Pong that was created in Johnny DoGood’s homebrew basement, rather than games that are for today’s handheld standard.

    The system security was never meant to be a challenge to extremely overbored programmers and devs. It was meant to keep an honest person honest. Y’all are not proving anything to anyone. If the “homebrew devs” wanna prove something to someone, here’s the “Great Challenge.” Develop homebrew software that ONE HUNDRED PERCENT ELIMINATES piracy within your homebrew app, while at the same time, letting others enjoy your 152 versions of Pong, because maybe some people are just stuck in 1973 and think that Pong is still the greatest thing around! I’m not stuck in 1973. Im typically stuck in the current day, month, and year. I was done with Pong 30 years ago. I want to play a title created by a professional team of developers. That is what my system was meant for. To turn a profit for 3rd party developers as well as Sony. It was not meant for 152 versions of Pong. If it had been, it would’ve been developed and sold. We can all read legal jargon, hocus pocus bullcrap; having a decent vocabulary is nothing exciting. Sure there are loopholes in the legalese. But….. we all know what’s right. We all know what the system was meant for. Picking locks has been around for many centuries. Your not proving anything to anyone. If somebody created it, somebody can recreate and/or access it. Locksmithing 101′s boys and gals.

    So……. before you load up your version of C# or C++ or whatever your using to program… have a little bit of ethics… I would like to be the first to CONGRATULATE YOU!!! YES!! AWESOME!!! YOU CAN DO IT!!!! YOU HAVE PROVEN YOUR SKILL AND GET BRAGGING RIGHTS!!!

    but…..

    NO!!! I don’t want you to do it!! because it scares off 3rd party devs…. and makes my $320 Vita nothing more than an Atari 2600 released in the year 2012!!

    So I guess the long and short of it…. don’t even TRY to claim innocence!! When you give pirate’s a ship, 20 cannons, 40 crewmembers, AND tell them where the unarmed ship full of gold is…. your just as guilty as the pirates!!

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    1. wololo’s avatar

      What makes you think I delete the comments of people who do not share my opinion? I basically never do that kind of thing. I’ve deleted comments containing racism, insults(I’m super flexible on insults, I only deleted comments that are real just an insult with nothing constructive), pornography, or from people impersonating other people.

      The pirate ship thing is you not understanding what HBL is about. You tell me to develop a tool that eliminates piracy… I can’t do that, but as a matter of fact HBL is just that. Granted, it lets people run emulators for other machines, but it will not let people run PSP or Vita games. Not because we made it so, but because the security on the PSP is made this way. You’ve never seen me trying to dig deeper than the user security level, and there’s a reason for that, it’s the one you’re describing. So, I’m going to assume you’re one of those people who read an article about this hack on a random technology website, and immediately assumed “if not him, others will dig deeper”. For people like you I’ve written another article which details what my work is about, and how it has never led to piracy because it is technically impossible, here: http://wololo.net/wagic/2012/03/25/the-responsibility-of-hackers/

      I understand the concern of gamers, and the best way I can take it into account is by letting you know guys, over and over, that HBL cannot lead to the piracy of Vita games, because it is not technically doable (see the article above).

      I also think gamers are often narrow minded on the subject of piracy in General, and on Sony in particular. Even if piracy killed the Vita, does it mean the end of video games? No, it means the end of one device. Why is this a problem to you? Because of exclusive games? Why are there exclusive games for a given device in the first place, why would a video game company limit their audience to 30% of the market? Because companies like Sony are trying to get people to buy their devices. Ergo, if the device weren’t having exclusive games/ locked ecosystems in the first place, you would be free to play the games you want on the platform you want, and therefore the end of that platform would not impact you at all. So, ask yourself: is this the games you like, or the platform? Are you a gamer, or a Sony stockholder? It’s easy to blame everything on hackers, but really, companies like Sony are the ones who created this unhealthy market were you have to decide what device you buy based on the game you like… It puts them in a situation of force against gamers AND game developers.

      As a matter of fact, and maybe sadly for you, the more I read comments like yours, the more it makes me want to open the console just to prove a point: that software distribution should not be controlled by hardware manufacturers. Sony should sell their hardware in a way to make a good benefit on it, and leave software distribution more open, like google does on Android.

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      1. Mike’s avatar

        I apologize for my initial statement of “deletions.” That is a “narrow-mindedness” on my part. If the “homebrew developer” is as good as he/she states, why not go through the necessary channels and get a license?? If your game is good, darn straight I’ll pay $39.99 for it! But to undermine “THEIR” security for “THEIR” system that “THEY” created. I’m sure it was not created for homebrew and hackability. In fact, while it may seem easy for some, Sony has gone through extremes in terms of security. It’s a give and take. Everyone wanted backward compatibility. For each time you go “backward” you pretty much have to reinvent code for the security of that for the backward compatible stuff. Programmer to programmer, we all know it’s a very extreme and demanding process to review thousands of lines of previous code than to just create new code. Which would be a total innappropriate task, waste of time, and human resource dollars that could be spent further developing games rather than backtracking security steps and loopholes to try and keep an honest person honest. And you very well may have good intentions. But then a malicious person on those “good intentions” and everything gets ruined! Here’s how its supposed to happen. I go and buy a PS Vita. I go and buy a game. I go and turn the game on. I play the game. I turn the system off and go to bed. Here’s whats NOT intended to happen. Jo Blow gets bored and downloads Harry Potter and the Harmless Homebrewers. Jo Blow gets bored and won’t put anywhere close to the time and R&D to create his own hardware. So he uses some other companies’ creation for his own purposes. He distributes it via internet to the world. Jane Blow sees this and further creates more crap… The process repeats and now you have a worthless Atari 2600… Copyright 2012….. bottom line.. get a license… if ya like homebrew that much, you brought up the case of Android. Android was meant for that. It’s crystal clear that Sony has gone out of their way to say “hey, please don’t do this “outside” stuff to OUR creations. It may be “yours” persay, in terms of ownership, but it was our creation. Please don’t use it in a way in which it was never intended.”
        ‘and we all know that Sony hardware is and never has been intended for homebrew apps. Let’s go to Gamestop for a minute in our heads. Not sure about others, but out of an ENTIRE wall, there are MAYBE 4 games I would like to try out. Now let’s look at the PSP Go. How many games out of 28 do you think Iwould like. With an entire wall, the ratio of games i would like to try on average is 4 out of 90. Now figure in that proportion to ??? out of 28. IF homebrew has THIS much honest desire, it is obvious that there’s a huge market for it. Sounds like a great business venture! Go and manufacture your own hardware. Make it “homebrewable.” Riding on the back of a major corporation and their hardware is no accomplishment. Its downright demeaning. Some of us like our exclusive titles. We payed a lot of money for a Sony PS Vita… not a Wololo Vita, or Hack-A-Vita. We expect great things from the devs that pay good money to their professionals. Not some knock off “Snake II” game. Sure, the pros don’t get it right a good portion of the time. That’s why my ratio is about 4 games like to play out of 90…. Trust me… if there’s anything, I’m sorely PO’d about Fatal Frame IV not coming out for US Wii!!!

        I guess I will never see the logical and ethical reasoning of prioritizing defeating a company security protocol rather then just getting a license and/or develop your own hardware.

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        1. wololo’s avatar

          I don’t want to start an ethical war over this.

          Sorry for the long series of disconnected points below, just dumping my brain a bit:

          I don’t speak Japanese very well, yet I live in Japan. Sony made it very very hard for me to buy games in a language I can understand, so I guess the only way I found to have fun with the Vita is to do stuff it was not designed to do?

          All your argument is based on the idea that piracy killed the PSP… well maybe I’m getting a different perspective since I live in Japan. Here most consoles are as easy to pirate as the PSP (you can buy those NDS thingies easily in the streets of akihabara, for a very low cost), and yet software sales are doing great. “Piracy killed the PSP” people always seem to fail at providing a valid explanation for the success of the console in Japan.

          About licenses to program for Sony, believe it or not, I already tried, twice. The first time was for the PSP, before the minis even existed. I learned that the SDK cost 1500 euros, and I needed to prove I had already worked with major game companies on successful projects in order to be accepted. Minis came way after that, when Apple had proven that it was possible to make lots of money with indie devs.
          I didn’t give up, I registered to the Playstation Suite beta (an idea which I praised when it was announced: http://wololo.net/wagic/2011/11/22/playstation-suite-the-sdk-that-will-save-playstation/ ), but my entry was rejected. I also learned that the Playstation Vita is not compatible (yet) with Playstation Suite. The device was released 4 months ago, what’s going on?

          The result? It is more difficult than ever to officially be a programmer for the Playstation ecosystem, if you’re just a hobbyist. I believe I’ve done my homework on that part. It’s not a justification to hack, but it’s not something people can blame on me.

          About me going to different hardware such as Android, if I’m not satisfied of the Vita: yes. Check the download page for my game. It’s available on linux, windows, android, iOS, and the PSP. Sony devices are just one device among others that run with my game. People are also porting the game to the openPandora. Why would I limit myself to one device? Why would I not want people using a Vita or a PSP to use my game if I have a way to port it to it?
          I’ve been a PC gamer all my life. The fact that games are limited to one type of hardware is something my brain simply does not understand (“Diablo 3, exclusively for DELL”..what?), and I guess this is why I don’t understand why so many people fight for Sony. Shouldn’t you be fighting for game developers instead?

          It also really needs to be emphasized that I’m not the only one doing all of this hacking stuff. I brag a lot, but I don’t do much. Check me out on the internet, or read this blog, you will see that the only thing I’m doing here is reusing recipes that have been known by hackers (and Sony!!!) for almost 5 years now. I haven’t even tried to hack the Vita yet! You would think that Sony could have done an audit of their games within 5 years, given how easy the buffer overflows are easy to find and patch? I am not groundbreaking on PS Vita hack, dozens of people are doing the same as I do (as a matter of fact, I wasn’t even involved in the making of the Everybody’s Tennis hack, I just blogged about it), so the best people would achieve by shutting me up is that other sites would talk about it before me.

          So, yeah, sorry, I really think you are attacking the wrong person. I appreciate that you took the time to write constructive posts, I assume this means you think there is a possibility for me to be reasonable about this, but I really think the day I stop talking about harmless 5-year old PSP exploits, other sites will start paying attention to/report much more dangerous hacks:
          You’ve seen the result on the PS3: get rid of hackers who speak up in the open, you’ll still get the pirates (look up “True blue Dongle” in google if you don’t know what I’m talking about). I’m also much more afraid of a world where a security vulnerability exists on a device that knows my credit card number, than having guys mentioning it in the open like I do. At least we give an opportunity for Sony to fix the issue. Some people could keep these secrets to themselves and use them for really bad stuff. I’m not talking of the console dying here, I’m talking of millions of customers getting their personal information stolen (rings a bell? It happened to me too…). Remember, most serious companies organize hacking contests of their software, and give good money to people who can hack them. Sony should be happy we’re doing it for free :P (just kidding, but seriously though, why are they not doing this like Microsoft or Google do?)

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          1. Tanner’s avatar

            You are a down to earth guy. It is very disheartening to hear about sony reject your applications into the Playstation ecosystem.

            I just want to talk about why people defend sony.

            Exclusive games are essential to a system. Why would I buy a ps3 if all of its exclusives were on pc? Or a ps3 over and xbox for that matter?

            I recently became a sony advocate after being a ps3 last holiday. I had a 360 before, but disliked microsofts practices. 20$ gave you 1600 points in the U.S.A but 1400 in Canada. I live in Canada.
            Sony offers 20$ in credit for both U.S.A and Canada.
            It may sound like a small difference, but purchases pile up.

            Sony offers variety. Microsoft offers little exclusives. PS plus > Xbox gold.

            Recently, Sony’s practices have become questionable, but I still feel they are the only gaming company of the big three (Besides Valve with pc gaming) that I think are making the right choices for gamers. The sad thing is, they are in last place, and many of their games sell like shit compared to their microsoft counterparts.

            I sincerely hope sony listens to your rant, as I want them to succeed. I have a small dislike for sony now that I hear of programmers like you being rejected from their ecosystem, but I still will defend them (hopefully not too blindly)

          2. wololo’s avatar

            I think being rejected of the Beta was purely random. Probably thousands of people registered, and I am not sure they reviewed each entry carefully. I’ll give it another try once the beta goes public. Then again, if it doesn’t have vita support, I am not really interested in the Playstation suite.
            I do support Sony too, in a twisted way. I buy more PS3/PSP games than I can play, I have a PS3, a Vaio, 3 PSP, and a Vita… I’d categorize myself as a loyal but angry customer :)

          3. Tanner’s avatar

            Thanks for your reply. Also of note are my horrible spelling mistakes in my post.

            I’m glad to hear it. Reading your blog in the future for sure!

          4. Mike’s avatar

            MR. W.

            After reading and researching from time to time over the past week, you are correct. Sony licensing is a pain in the rear end!! “Attacking” the wrong person? I agree there as well. Pretty much, trying to “squish” one ant, just to have 2,000 more come out all over the place. And your right on the Japs breaking into their own systems left and right. I come from the “1990′s Japan Era.” I was stationed at Yokota AB in Fussa. In turn, I visited Shinjuku and Eppisu more times than I can count (I MISS TOWER RECORDS IN SHIBUYA!!!). How easily i forget that there were always little gadgets, gizmos, and the like to get into your N64, etc. etc. I’ve looked at many other portions of your website. I believe your doing for the better good in all this. I won’t go as far as saying an “informant” but still, you get the point. I will admit, I “stumbled” onto this website saw a mere page or two of material and got initially irate. As I tuck my tail, I hope you accept my apology (Yes, I am sorry for my previous aggressive postings) and keep up the work you do for the better of the systems and their security.

            Thanks!
            Mike

        2. Leo’s avatar

          Uhm, why are you here then if you don’t like this stuff…?

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  2. Mark’s avatar

    This is a cool piece of ‘positive’ vibe regarding the ludicrous situation that is become now with many ‘global’ brands, that do everything in their ways to make ‘petty’ local people.

    If I could still, I would downgrade my PS3, just to be able to use the media player I saw some time back. However, I feel that might not be an option anymore. Then again, I’ll check again.

    Open Source is open as a source, not as a means. It means that you can read what every line of code does (if you are able to read it) and be sure it is FAIR. You can adjust it to your likings, or ‘flavor’.

    Sure the device you bought is created by a big company, but so are hammers and bikes and cars (never pimped your car or bike? Yes you did, AND A CAR IS FREAKING 1000 times more expensive. Do you think a car manufacturer worries about how you use the car on the road? If you drive 220, will it reflect on the manufacturer or de driver?).

    Nuff said, hacking came from the original anarchy mindset. Which in base just meant that you take ownership AND RESPONSIBILITY for your actions and being, instead of putting it in the hand of powers that be. It didn’t mean ‘Be an ass and do whatever you want’.

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  3. BlackFire27’s avatar

    Where’s the like button?

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  4. peter’s avatar

    nothing much constructive here, but I LAUGHED MY A** OFF!! sarcasm is my favorite kind of humor. :))))) “terrorists”.. LOL!!xDDDD

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  5. aradi’s avatar

    your an Asshole and you know it

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  6. wololo jr’s avatar

    Marks a flamer >_>

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  7. wololo jr’s avatar

    Sarcasm is a faggots punch, real men don’t use words they break jaws >8)

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    1. wololo’s avatar

      Yeah, well you can assume with the amount of time I spend managing this blog and hacking that I haven’t been doing enough sports to break jaws recently. I fight with the weapons nature gave me :)

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  8. Jay Burkhead’s avatar

    Great guideposts and straightforward approaches of installation.

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  9. david’s avatar

    Just finished reading all this lol. And you say hacking ruined the psp if i remember correct they made a fortune and it was that successful they released vita (psp2) in some peoples eyes so as i say hacking it never really affected it too great tye ps1 was a massive hit mare billions and you could play pirates with just swaping disjs or a xploder cartridge that was a third party cheating cart. Aw and the ps2 got hacked and theres another console made billions and the devs that made games and finally ps3 hacked and boom another console still making loads of cash and no one is goin stop making games so my point being is hack on and hopfuly pirate games come to vita too cause im sure it aint goin to ruin it.

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  10. click’s avatar

    While I actually like this publish, I think there was an spelling error near towards the finish of your 3rd paragraph.

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  11. Ben’s avatar

    Excuse me while I explain some common views that I share.

    I bought my vita for more than $200. I own it. I do. Not Sony. I should be able to do what I want with it, even exploit the PS Vita that I bought. That being said, I shouldn’t be able to exploit Sony, because I don’t own Sony. I know it sounds stupid but in my mind that’s how it works. When you own something, you should be able to do what you want with it.

    I also have a love/hate relationship with Sony. Their products are great, probably the best on the market. But the fact is, Sony strangles their products so much that, for example, I can’t enjoy games that I bought from them and payed money for. The vita has endless capabilities but Sony’s fear and misattribution is limiting it to playing a handful of terrible games (or should I say expensive samplers) and checking your facebook.

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  12. angryaussie’s avatar

    I live in Australia.

    Our dollar has been 1:1 with the US for aprox 5 years.

    I have serious issues with being ripped off, and treated like an idiot, which is exactly what sony and other games selling corporations are doing to us.

    Would you pay $110 for any new release playstation game? (NOT collectors edition, NORMAL edition)

    Would you be ok with waiting up to 6 months for a game thats allready out in the US to become avaliable in Australia? (i can understand the wait from JP/EU to US, but when the games in english, and the country thats waiting is also english speaking, whats the excuse?)

    It all revolves around controll, and greed.

    The direction gaming is heading is you’ll buy the opening level for a game, still for full price, then be expected to pay $20 for each chapter of the game, then $50 for the ending.

    This is happening because corporations are trying to turn the computer game industry to the fashion industry. Pump out as much crap, for the cheapest ammount possible, and change what’s considerd “in” every week so people go out and spend more money, on more useless shit.

    We the consumers are allowing it.

    This bullshit about “well if you dont like it then dont buy it” is a stupid analogy of the situation. We’re allready being punished purely for being walking wads of cash in the eyes of corporations, why punish ourselves further by denying us the experience of a game?

    ITs going to come down to – the entire direction of games, and consoles needs to change, radically, or you’ll be paying top dollar to use a device capable of everything your home PC is capable of, but it wil be locked down to perform only 1 or two tasks, in the name of corpoate greed.

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    1. wololo’s avatar

      I used to be angry about this too. I am actually getting happier to see trends such as steam, or the humble bundle, and things that clearly show that *some* people are doing something about it. I’m into gaming, and I buy an AAA title once in a while (no choice since sometimes good games are exclusive to a given console), but I basically try to give my money to more customer-respectful companies. To be honest, the only reason I bought a vita is to see what type of hacks would come on it.

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  13. jobzombi’s avatar

    I support all 3 gaming companies for the games that they make and I don’t use piracy. Their demise is a result of their lack of innovative software and their adamant belief that gamers should take what they’re given and shut up. I have several psone games that I would love to transfer to my vita and are all legitimate purchases. If HBL allows this before Sony, I’ll use HBL. I do understand exclusive content though, I mean MS owns Bungie, Nintendo owns retro studios and sony owns naughty dog, so it makes sense that they will be developing games for their owners. That is the only reason I own all 3 systems. Wiis whole STFU and take what we give is the reason when the wii U comes out, this fish is not biting. I believe now they allows you to transfer your purchases to another Wii, but I mainly used it when it just came out, before xbox and ps3 came out, so all that content is gone after my white one crapped out on me and I got the black one to go with my av receiver. I contacted nintendo and all my purchased stuff, ie tracks for band hero, guitar hero, etc. was not allowed to transfer. I know some people have fought hard and they allowed it, but the number that have succeeded is too small for me to care. When the time comes, I’ll give sony and ms my money and show that gamers support the companies that support gamers. I still have my white xbox, original with some customization, like 6 inch exhaust grill and fan for cooling, which luckily got the red ring before the 3 years and they fixed it. I play the 360 more because I have so many series games on that, that I did not want to lose transfer data on, Mass effect 3 comes to mind, but I play the ps3 for my old school stuff and battlefield 3. They know what gamers want but in attempt to try to keep the gamers to themselves they push them away at times. I still want to play FF7 on my vita as the remote play lags most of the time and my job’s internet runs off a proxy that requires login so I can’t use wifi for faster connection there. Again they want to limit exposure but in return push gamers away. To avoid security issues they do not allow a vpn/remote access to the ps3 directly, it has to be done through psn. Until then I got the vita and I love it, catching up on my psp games that I missed, dissidia for example, and I am patiently waiting until the next HBL release and hoping that either sony or the hacking team get a way for me to get my ff7 on my ps3 onto my vita.

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  14. downgrade Wii firmware’s avatar

    Incase nintendo dsi had intended us to fly hed have provided us with wings lmao :
    -)

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