PS Vita Hack: And the new exploited psp game to run VHBL on 2.06 is…

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214 Responses

  1. Dexter says:

    its out of the store now and they said they will do their best to upload the files once that has happened so everyone please have patients,because they did’t have to do this.

  2. mrcrew says:

    try and hack the memory card that holds the vita games on and turn it in to a r4 card for vita that would be cool.

  3. GamerMJM says:

    Apache overkill: Removed from US store between this time frame: 8:00-9:30 (My time)
    It is 10:06 right now, I found it 3 hours ago and it was there O.o but i couldn’t download it
    Official… Apache overkill has now been removed
    If I’m wrong please tell me, but i cannot find it whatsoever.

  4. Cammax says:

    Officially removed!!!

  5. Clinton says:

    Off store in us

  6. Ralph says:

    FRICK I MISSED IT. OFF THE SHELF IN US STORE

  7. Hideo says:

    Hi All,

    Can this exploit run PSP or PS1 isos yet on a 2.06 VHBL System?

  8. RoboGamer1HD says:

    i found it on Canadian Store in the mini’s section through my PS3. if you use Charles proxy you can bypass the update, play online and buy stuff and connect to content manager. I am going to buy Apache overkill now and move it to my Vita. Idk if there as a patch on the game or not cause if most stores removed the game then how is it still on my store?

  1. July 25, 2014

    […] member mr.gas announced today that him and tomtomdu80 (whom you might remember for his VHBL port on Apache Overkill last year) were able to dump the contents of a PS Vita memory card. Although they are not sharing […]

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