Total_Noob is back, with PEOPS & TN-V9: A Plugin that enables sound for custom converted PS1 games on the PS Vita!

The Z

PSP & PS Vita scene member, iOS enthusiast, Anime lover, Firmware expert

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84 Responses

  1. Nnuma says:

    Yeah ! ! I was sure that TN haven’t left the psvita scene ^^

  2. RypaFire says:

    I hope this is a new CFW for ver 3.15 vita users. Good Job TN!!!

  3. kineticUk says:

    Wow, this is such great news as Ive missed out so far and wish I had TN software on my Vita even though Ive still got my PSP. Total_Noob work so far has been brilliant. I’m very happy to hear this news. I must research now what I will need to do and be ready.

  4. icyheart says:

    I always Lovein your work TN, please support him every time.

  5. dean says:

    it would be really nice if this can run on 3.15.

  6. bob says:

    You might want to treat Total_Noob with some respect.

    He may be an imperfect human, just like the rest of us, but he freely offers us services that don’t appear to come from anyone else on the planet.

  7. mosisisi says:

    hes just a lame idiot looking for attention
    hes left the scene like 10 times just to see other people crying etc
    i disregard such peeps who are attention wh0res

  1. June 11, 2014

    […] Total_Noob is back, with PEOPS & TN-V9: A Plugin that enables sound for custom converted PS1 ga… […]

  2. June 13, 2014

    […] lots of good news with him. We’ve mentioned he is working on a plugin that will finally enable sound on PS1 games within his Vita’s popular eCFW: […]

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