REminiscence Vita 0.4.0, EBOOT file fixed, now marked as safe
It always feels great to wake up to a new release or update to an existent homebrew and in this case, developerhas decided to update his version of REminiscence to 0.4.0, which features two minor changes that are mostly related to the install process and where game data is stored. Nonetheless, if you still haven’t install REminiscence, this might be a good time to do so.
What is REminiscence?
REminiscence is an open-source implementation of the classic PC game Flashback. It is a Metroidvania-style 2D platformer made back in 1992 and was released on a ton of platforms including PC, SNES, 3DO and Sega Genesis. The game was remade in 2013 by the original designer, but was really badly received by critics, etching the original game’s place as a cult classic that everyone should at least try once. REminiscence was also available on the PSP via homebrew, but you can now enjoy a much superior version.
Changelog/Features for version 0.4.0:
- Eboot.bin is marked as safe.
- Now, you need to put the original data files in the folder ux0:data/SOMO00001/DATA
How to Install REminiscence:
Install the vpk file in your Vita
Put the original data files in the folder ux0:data/SOMO00001/DATA
Original files can be downloaded in several sites, for example:
Download REminiscence Vita 0.4.0:
To download and use REminiscence all you have to do is go to the developer’s GitHub and grab the vpk file from there. As usual if you have bug reports to do, I urge you to do so via GitHub’s issue tracker system or the release thread on GBATemp.
Enjoy the release!