Best Vita/PSP homebrews for December 2014


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20 Responses

  1. Chase says:

    First, Edward was a vampire. Second, there was a part of him-and I didn’t know how potent that part might be-that thirsted for my blood. And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.

  2. bob says:

    is there a how to video for open cma? i installed it, took the computer off the internet and disabled wifi for the vita but it still asks to update.

    • bob says:

      p.s. i am using 3.18 and fallowed all the steps listed. is there another step not there that i dont know?

      • bob says:

        p.p.s. okay never mind. got it working on another computer. used the same steps for my laptop and other desktop but it worked on my second desktop. anyone know why it would work for one desktop over another? or is it just a weird glitch i had?

  3. i like games says:

    Is there a way for me to play flash games ( specifically swf files) on the psp in the vita? i have looked online and there are some but i do not see any in the 50 top homebrews. all i want is a swf player that i can save with and does not crash.

  4. lollypop says:

    first u bloodsucking vampires.

    could somehow this examples of phaserlabs make it into psvita/ps4 rops python server ?

  5. lollypop says:

    together with bootstrap css

  6. edukarlo says:

    now im excited for the 2014 yearend top 50 or 100 homebrews.. hoping that it will also include a brief review for each entry (not just the usual copy&paste from it’s /downloads page description).. just a suggestion.. ^_^

  7. Ganj3r says:

    QCMA is not in the list? You can transfer .pkg files is a great advance. Do not you think this?

  8. viruss says:

    138Menu dont work on tn-v 10 ( vita potapon 2) after launch homebrew onley blue scrin, retroarch dont work too. sorry for my english

  9. MovingShadow says:

    I like QCMA because it works on Linux and Windows sucks.

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