Rumors surfaced a few hours ago that hackers have made major progress towards hacking the Xbox One.
Sony Corporation sold their complete portfolio of Square-Enix (SE) shares. For over a decade Sony’s gaming division; Sony Computer Entertainment held a stake of 8.25% in Square-Enix, a stake which now has been sold in its entirety to SMBC Nikko Securities. Read the rest of this entry »
I regularly get emails from people who want us to port VHBL to this or that game, or people who contact me with a game crash but don’t know where to take it from here. PSP (usermode) exploits used to be seen as voodoo magic, and doable only by an elite of hackers, until I started writing tutorials on how to do it, back in 2009. Finding an exploit in a PSP game requires brains, lots of free time, and minimal programming knowledge, but is nowhere as complex as most people think. The techniques to find them used to be a secret, not that hackers in those days thought it was a secret to be kept, but because nobody ever took the time to write the process down in a user-friendly way.
Despite the fact that the PS Vita may be beating the PS4 in the Japanese sales market, the PS4 has now hit a total of 7 million consoles sold. Read the rest of this entry »
Some weeks ago, we reported that a new PS4 firmware was announced, which will add some new features like dimming the light bar at the Dualshock 4 controller and some more things.
Today information was made public, that said a new PS4 firmware update will be shipped as firmware 1.70 in approx. 7 days.
Boy it’s been a long time since I’ve done a dedicated news week on the weekly sum-up, this one is based around PAX, and all of what happened this week there, along with a few other bits of course. We’ve got a few gameplay videos, some new screenshots, and new game announcements! Read the rest of this entry »
Not only did the PS Vita outsell the PS4, it almost doubled units sold vs. the PS4. What’s going on? Read the rest of this entry »
There are some pretty great deals on the NewEgg site. You can get Killzone: Shadow Fall for $28. Read the rest of this entry »
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— The Z (@The_Zett) April 12, 2014
After nearly 4 months of playing cat and mouse, Sony finally brought the exploit titles, used to trigger the TN-V eCFW at firmware 3.01, back.
King of Pool, 101-in-1 Megamix, Fifa (Soccer) 2011/2012, Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks and Persona 2: Innocent Sins, to be specific, are now back at the PSN store and can be bought, redownloaded, etc.
Two weeks ago we started the most Epic giveaway ever done on the scene: a huge Easter Egg Hunt with a total of $1000 in PSN Codes to be found on our website. Up to $250 could be found so far in various pages of our site. All of the PSN Codes so far have been claimed, and we revealed their locations in this thread on /talk
Today, I will hide an additional $250 in 25 eggs, pushing our total to $500. Although I have removed some of the already claimed eggs from the site, a few are still remaining, so to be clear, there might be more than 25 Easter eggs on the site, but some of them have been claimed last week. As for last week, the Eggs can be found in the following places: CF5J
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.
This month’s votes feature a nice balance of emulators, utilities, and homebrew games:
Rafał Czaniecki, a PS Vita fan, disliked the PS Vita UI and decided to do some thing about it. In my opinion, it is better. What do you think? Read the rest of this entry »
Even though it’s only been targeting the PSP emulator so far, the Vita scene has been pretty lively over the past 2 years. With about 20 exploits released over the past 24 months, including 2 major “eCFW” releases (one around Christmas 2012, the other one in December last year), believe it or not, the Vita scene is actually releasing more exploits than the PSP scene used to, which is unfortunately the result of these exploits being such short-lived…
To counter the hack, Sony typically remove the exploited games within 48h of our announcements. To mitigate that, we announce the exploits secretly to our community through a process we call “ninja releases“.
For the people on 3.10 or 3.12 who are not lucky enough to have access to the latest VHBL exploit (JP only, up to firmware 3.12!), the question most people want to be answered now is if and when the next exploit will be released.
During an interview with the Turkish CNN, Sercan Sulun, Software Marketing Manager of Sony’s Eurasian division, had a bit of a lip-slip. The game has also been accidentally listed on a Spanish game retail site. Read the rest of this entry »
Today was a big day for Iron Galaxy Studios; not only did the studio unveil a new character for their two button fighting game Dive Kick but their Borderlands 2 PS Vita port also got an official release date. Let’s not beat about the bush, mark your calendars for May 6th because just under a month from now Borderlands 2 Vita will be available as a digital copy. May 6th is also the day that the new and “improved” PS Vita slim will be available in the US, sold as a bundle with aforementioned Borderlands 2 and a 8GB memory card.