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  1. fer says:

    Coldbird is my idol! God Job, man!

  2. AlphaKiloCharlie says:

    Don’t really think its to necessary but its cool for people that still use psp’s often. I’m still waiting on some cool homebrew for the Vita

  3. Yogurtkid says:

    Well this is great news. especially since the PSP scene in terms of player base is still going quite strong in Japan, this shouldn’t go to waste at all. Kudos!

  4. Cercata says:

    This is F*ck*ng Amazing !!!!
    I Still can’t beleive many of the achievements of the sceners !!!!!
    What would they do if they were hired by sony, and given creative freedom ???? We’ll never known … ūüôĀ

  5. Mycael says:

    Wow! Goodbye Xlink Kai!
    Been drooling over the idea of Pro-C for quite a while.
    Great to know that there are still devs working on le PSP xD

  6. sdfsdf says:

    its very sad that peoples not very active on this thing.
    There must be more players because when U want to play you can find only o few players and they are on Monster Hunter or Metal Gear game.
    Not everybody like this genre games.
    Theres need players on racing, flying games.

    If anybody wants I can help for free to configurate everything.
    theres really need more players.

    this *** is revoliution in PSP online playing.

    • wololo says:

      We need time for it to make it to other news websites, etc… I think for now development has been quite confidential… we just need to “evangelize” a little bit. As soon as other news websites understand how big a deal this is, they will start writing about it.

      I agree that for now too few people realize what this actually means: that you can play for free a huge amount of PSP titles online with people all around the world. This is a F*cking free replacement to the PSN, AND it supports much more games!

      As soon as more scene websites give it a try and understand what this is, hopefully they will catch up, and we will see tutorials, etc…

      • sdfsdf says:

        I tried in my country one psp-lovers website forum to make TuT how to configure/set-up everyting, and answer to all questions, but this was too difficult to them

        I hate when kids crying that it is very hard to configure everything. They dont know how to make custom software, they dont know from where to download games.
        Everythin they trying to do, they face-up lot off quoestions

        And even when you say how to do everyting, in the very end they got results thats this is not working. So they leave and better play offline.

        And why people say that PSP is for kids ?

  7. Monk9899 says:

    But fat princess already has online multiplayer and it works just fine(obviously there’s no voice so it’s not as good as the ps3 version but then there’s no voice in this one either)

  8. Can’t wait for FFD or FFD012 to be supported ūüôā

  9. Kravenbcn says:

    Good job. Now, just need to get the word out to more people using it.

  10. The Kid says:

    Not trying to toot anyone’s horn but if you have a PS3, you can download from the PSN a free app named “Ad-Hoc Party” that will allow you to create a lobby to invite friends to join in your Ad-Hoc game.

    The problems are as follows:
    1. Your PS3 will need to be hard wired(ethernet) and not connected wirelessly because it need its wireless capability to connect to the PSP.

    2. Not everyone has a PS3….lol

    • Coldbird says:

      Its the main idea behind this one really…
      Not everyone has a PS3… so they cant use Ad-Hoc Party…
      Not everyone has a Xlink Kai compatible WLAN adapter or the nerves to do the whole SSID switching it requires…

      Prometheus is a solution that runs entirely on PSP without any other real requirements.

      Of course, a IQ > bananas is required to operate it like every other software.

      • fate6 says:

        well said ^__^
        (that IQ bit made me lol xD)

      • The Kid says:

        I here you dude. I wasnt trying to say that the “Ad-Hoc Party” way was better but just trying to show why the Prometheus way was much more accessible to the masses

  11. 007 says:

    me and the girlfriend will be trying this soon. we have 4 psp and are in canada.

  12. Shinny says:

    Well its still in beta stages, but its playable.. Well in an month or three, we might be able to play Dissidia 012 lag less… anyway good job CB =)

  13. Risk3082 says:

    What about Wifi Max and Xlink Kai?
    Another way to play Ad-Hoc games online…

    • wololo says:

      Coldbird has prepared an answer that compares Prometheus, XLink Kai, and Adhoc party. We will publish the article shortly.

  14. ririn says:

    Sony can’t say anything about this because they are the ones that are neglecting the PSP users. This is our only hope after they shut down most of the servers for their so-called online games.

  15. kevin says:

    wow thi is awesome.I’ve been using adhoc party app or ps3 to play monster hunter portable 3.

    But it sux that you have to have ps3 on at all times.This would be kool if more people were using it.

  16. blizako says:

    i love it, but is there any easy way to do this setup. like a program with one click of it. it will file the plugins in the folder of the psp and then give you further instruction to configure the networking.

  17. Gerardo says:

    Thank you guys so much for this great contribution to the psp homebrew community. You guys really put your whole heart and soul into this application.

  18. Guardian says:

    @wololo Hey, I have no idea what an emulator is or what it does! In fact I have never used one in my life! I don’t even know what the NES is… OK that comment was stupid from my part, but you got to understand me, it have been long since last time i checked your website.

  19. Fängs says:

    Will always be a fan of this Wall Breaker. (Coldbird)
    I appreciate wololo’s actions & initiative on this.
    I was a witness myself to his contribution on the PRO C ONLINE project. So grateful to good guys such as you are.
    Being a user alone is not enough. Must do something drastic. Will shout this project on the world I am in.

  20. akx says:

    Why does it seem like Prometheus has gone offline?
    cant access site..

  21. Akamaru says:

    I can’t find this to download anywhere. The linked site doesn’t exist anymore and it’s not anywhere else. Any help?

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