GekiHEN: Homebrew contest for the PS Vita – $800 in cash prizes to win

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32 Responses

  1. Hei Wiper says:

    Whoa Awesome !

  2. abc says:

    nice nice nice

  3. vitak says:

    maybe we’ll see a good n64 emulator 🙂

  4. Rolenzo says:

    Good old wololo always helping the scene. What a good lad.

  5. Captain says:

    Kewls, let the homebrew games begin!

  6. Tamer SAYGILI says:

    Actually, I have a dream about PSV CFW… (that allows ‘everything’ including a XMB based UI)

  7. Akabane87 says:

    Good to hear 😀 I’ll try to participate this time.

  8. Mustapha says:

    I I will rewrite the history

  9. Axido says:

    To make things more interesting I’d like to see an option for the community to throw in some money. Like PayPal donations. But just for a limited time until the end of the month, so that at the end of the competition nobody will be able to pull the donation.

  10. SageX85 says:

    An USB loader for PSTV would be nice…..

  11. Baka!! says:

    Maybe finally a DreamCast emulator. The GameCube would probably be very troublesome.

    Also ports of Nazi Zombies portable and the Left4 Dead PSP homebrew would be cool.

    Unlock Bluetooth to use Controllers and cast to other devices?

  12. FirebirdTA01 says:

    Exciting stuff! It is indeed a throwback to the psp scene days. Can’t wait to see what people make. I’ll try my hand in this as well!

  13. Casavult says:

    This is great! Should push the scene forward a lot more!

  14. troll says:

    add a category and prize for Hardware mod! please!

  15. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on expensive hoodies for men.
    Regards

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