Numblast & other firmware 3.36 exploit games have returned to the European & japanese PSN stores!
It seems that it took SCEE & SCEI a bit longer than their american counterpart to re-add the firmware 3.36 exploit games to their various european and japanese PSN stores.
While the european & japanese firmware 3.36 exploit game choice is smaller than the north american one, they do have their Numblast back!
Like I just said, Numblast is currently available for purchase (the demo doesn’t work!) & download in the european & the japanese PSN store(s).
This is not the case for the american PSN stores. Their Numblast is still missing!
While other exploit games, like Patapon 2, Arcade Darts & Miku extend, have returned as well, their status of being back is not as important as Numblast’s.
Since Numblast is cheaper, smaller, faster & super easy to use, it is the perfect exploit game for using an eCFW on firmware 3.36.
While the other exploit games can be used as well, they have some downsides, which make them inferior to Numblast (in terms of being an exploit game).
If you were patient enough to keep your devices on firmware 3.36, and you want to use an eCFW (ARK-2 or TN-V11) on your device, then go ahead and get Numblast!
Numblast boots on its own, and you’ve literally nothing else to do than to start Numblast & wait (if you are using ARK-2, or if you’ve already set up TN-V11) for the eCFW to boot.
Download 3.36 exploit files (ARK & TN-V) for Numblast
Take the one you like the most. You’ve the choice between ARK-2, TN-C & TN-V.