It’s official: 2 exploited games in the top 5 Best selling PSP games of December 2013
You did it again! December 2012’s best selling PSP game was UNO, a game which had been used as a vector to Total_Noob’s TNV (more known as CEF at the time) through Frostegater’s exploit. And this year, you’ve beaten that record with not only one, but two exploited games in Sony’s best sellers for December 2013.
Yup, both 101-in-1 Megamix and King of Pool are in the top Five of last month’s PSP sales, with 101-in-1 megamix actually stealing the first spot! This is no small thing, especially since the 101-in-1 megamix exploit was announced on December 14th, giving it only half a month to compete against other games.
Yes, in half a month, this largely unknown psp mini sold more than Persona 3 Portable, Starwars Battlefront 2, and GTA Vice City stories did in the same full month. King of Pool would probably have made it to 2nd if it hadn’t been announced as exploitable for the latest firmware as late as December the 21st, having basically only one good week to make it to the top 5.
What’s even funnier to me is that this is announced on Sony’s official blog without even a blink of an eye:
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