Best Vita/PSP Homebrews for June 2015
Every month we publish a list of the best Vita and PSP homebrews as voted by our community over the previous month. You can add your own homebrews to our /downloads Database, and vote for your favorite ones. This doesn’t require any login.
Check out this month’s most popular homebrews and releases, as rated by our community below.
10. TNV Bubble ISO Loader Creator
Just Drag’n’Drop EBOOT.PBP file to the first input field then Add the full path of the ISO\Homebrew into the second field, Type the Current Cloned Bubble-ID of the game into the third field.
Press on the Save icon to Save the loader file, and this tool will create a folder that based on the Cloned-Bubble ID, that contains EBOOT.PBP file and also the required files to start TNVLoader.
9. Vertex 3D (for Big Luaplayer v1.10)
“Vertex 3D” is a simple 3D studio, coded in Lua code for the “Big Luaplayer v1.10”. The program is designed to create simple 3D Model on the PSP. 3D models can be manipulated or created with basic tools that can change the Texture, Color, Normal and Position values of a vertex and vertices can be removed or added. 3D models can be converted to other vertex formats. The studio also has tools to select multiple vertices in a model to then move, scale, rotate, cut, copy, paste or delete a section. There are also function to build, remove or manipulated the indices list. 3D models can be saved as “.vrt” vertices files. Thats the format the Big Luaplayer uses to handle vertices objects, so the created 3D Models can easily be used for other Big Luaplayer Applications.
Pong implementation using the motion control of Vitasploit.
(also known as CEF 6.60 TN)
– Custom Emulator Firmware 6.60 TN for PS Vita, with XMB support
– by Total_Noob (individual game exploits by various hackers)
* The whole PSP environment
* Recovery menu and VSH menu (many options to set)
* Support of plugins
* CPU speed changement (makes no sense, as the difference is only minimal :P)
* Install Addon
* Network update
* 1.50 kernel homebrews compatibility
* Higher homebrews compatibility (VLF homebrews)
* High PSX compatibility (experimental sound support since TN-V9)
* High backups compatibility
Lets you control your PC through the PS Vita, With Gyroscopy support
PSVPAD – Developed by Allan Moore
It can install and delete emulators, homebrew & PS1 games into your PSP/GAME folder and you can place an ISO or CSO in any save folder and send it over to your PS Vita or PSTV and it will show up in your game list, no need to install.
You can set any game, emulator, or app to auto launch by setting it to X, O, triangle, or square, by pressing select will bring up a config menu to let you set all the options just be careful not to delete your hidden homebrew unless you want to.Can also change some of the nuances of the theme such as bar visibility, and whether or not to show your hidden files.
SNES emulator. The most stable and praised SNES emulator in the PSP/Vita scene. Runs pretty much all games at full speed, has network features.
If you know the PC game Minecraft, you will feel at ease with this homebrew which reuses the same concept: allowing grownups to play with blocks like little kids.
This will quickly become a must-have in your homebrew library.
This is probably the best screenshot plugin out there for your PSP.
PRXShot is a screenshot plugin that doesn’t need to pause the game to take the capture (useful to avoid lag disconnects on online/adhoc gaming) and classifies the images per game using their name and icons
New Release of the Month: LangSwapper
Yes, PSP plugins are still a thing. We covered LangSwapper recently when version 1.4 was released, and 1.6 is now up. This particular plugin also works on the PS Vita through TN-V, and lets you switch your settings language when playing imported games.
This plugin is aimed towards end users who enjoy playing games from another region (*cough* Japan *cough*) on the PSP. Well, mainly those who wish to keep the in-game HOME menu set to the language specified in the XMB Sytem Settings. Meaning, if you set your language to English, German, French, or anything else while playing a Japanese game (Fan translated or not), the in-game HOME menu will always be set to use that language.
Also check the following!
The following homebrews did not make it to the top 10 this month, but were pretty close. Check them out!
What would you recommend to fellow PSP/Vita owners? Feel free to add your homebrews in our database and vote for your favorite ones!