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 »
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There are some pretty great deals on the NewEgg site. You can get Killzone: Shadow Fall for $28. Read the rest of this entry »
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
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.
Aside from the usual rubble I usually post on here, I thought I’d mention a Pokemon fan game we’ve all been waiting for, and something ia couple more games for our Vita!
Last week 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 $100 could be found so far in various pages of our site, and I revealed all the locations of the 10 Eggs in this article.
In the hours to come, I will be hiding an additional $150 in 15 eggs, pushing our total to $250. To be clear, this means there will be 25 eggs on the site, 10 of which have been claimed by now, and 15 new ones. Similar to last week, the Eggs can be found in the following places:
I frequently come across comments that indicate a large portion of this site’s visitors would like to be able to “hack it.” Wololo.net even has some nice tutorials that can help those who are looking to find an user/savegame exploit. But with all the different coding languages out there, each with their own advantages and field use, I can see how for the vast majority of gamers “learning how to hack a game” remains wish. Enter Hack ‘N Slash – in development at the esteemed game studio Double Fine -, the core gameplay of this title will allow you to hack and play around with its source code. Read the rest of this entry »
Hey people! As you probably know by now, we’re having an Easter Egg Hunt here at wololo.net, and will be giving away a total of $1000 in PSN codes, concluding the Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday (4/20) with a bang. We’ve hidden $100 worth of “Easter Eggs” so far. Did you find them? Here’s where they could be found:
April fools is over, we all had our laughs, but it’s time to move on.
On this subject I want to discuss what hidden “features” and “stability improvements” the new Vita firmwares 3.10/3.12 brought to the table and my overall rant about them from both a hacker’s perspective and a user’s perspective.
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Hey, I couldn’t find much this week, and sorry about missing last week, I got caught up with Infamous, Lightning Returns and FF X|X-2 HD, but I’ll tell you a bit about my FFX HD endeavour.
Hey people, April is coming soon, and it is bringing the Easter Bunny with it. I have been thinking for a while of a nice contest to have with a cool prize in it. Homebrew contests are great (I did organize a huge homebrew contest back in 2011 with insane cash prizes) but difficult and long to organize. They also are restricted to developers.
With Easter coming soon, I had the opportunity to start a fun and simple contest that everyone can take part in: We’re going to hide easter “eggs” on the website. The Eggs will not be made of chocolate (mostly because sending chocolate through the intertubes could damage our server and reduce your internet speed), but they will contain PSN Codes.
And because I didn’t want this contest to be only fun, but also epic, we are giving away not $50, not $100, but $1000 in PSN Codes!
A while back I made a series of articles dubbed 7 Days of Metal Gear. The series was so popular that I decided to make two more: 10 Days of Hacking and 8 Days of Gaming. 10 Days of Hacking is special, as it was open ended as there are some pretty cool hacks I want to talk about, but I can’t do it as they are undisclosed or they have not fully developed yet. With this said, let me introduce you to this new series of articles that will be running for the whole month of March.
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This is a method for those of you who want either an exploitable or any game for your PS Vita, but have issues with proxies, don’t have a PS3, and/or don’t want to update. I originally saw it here, but it was removed by the user. Then, I saw it here. This method can be used to acquire any of these unpatched exploit games. Read the rest of this entry »