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Do you remember Flappy Bird? It was big for about 2 weeks in January and then it disappeared almost as fast as it came, so people won’t blame you if you missed that. Flappy Bird was a controversial game, addictive yet clearly cheap in its programming and design.

Flappy Bird was also accused of plagiarism because its graphics were heavily inspired by the original Mario games, and, maybe more importantly, it was claimed that the game’s creator made $50’000 a day at its peak of popularity. But the author took the game down from the various appstore in order to get rid of the controversy around the game’s popularity vs its actual quality.

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Sony has officially announced the new PS Vita model (PCH-2000) for North America! But there is a catch. Read the rest of this entry »

PS4 Update

Like we already told you a few days ago, Sony is was preparing the Playstation 4 Firmware Version 1.60 for us, but the wait is over and the new Firmware Version is now available for download.

A new feature of this new Firmware is the support for various Headsets, e.g. the Gold Wireless Headset by Sony Computer Entertainment (And no, I am not getting paid for advertising this Sony product… Or am I?).

There are of course some more new functions are features in this brand new firmware update, which I will talk about in the next part of this blog post.

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Ok guys, you might want to hurry up and grab the game as Mathew_Wi has decided to release the exploit now as the game seems to have been leaked. This is quite disappointing actually because this is the second leak for this kernel exploit.

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Hey everyone! It’s been a long time since I last posted but that’s because I’ve been busy with life. This morning, being free for the first time in almost a month, I decided to work on some code so I decided to make a proper program to encrypt/decrypt PSP savedata. This is much simpler than the JPCSP/PPSSPP hack (which only decrypted savedata). Despite previous failed attempts, this time it worked! So here’s the release!

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Not that long ago Ive blogged a bit about the PS Vita Slim at this very blog, Wololo’s blog, and told you about a possible release of the second PS Vita hardware version, the PS Vita 2000 (PS Vita Slim).

This new PS Vita version will be sold in Europe pretty soon, but it won’t be as cheap as the current PS Vita!

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Recently The Z talked about a savestate plugin from Total-Noob coming soon. It has arrived people! I got it as soon as I found out about it I installed it. The things that I like the most about it are that you don’t have to go back to the XMB to load another game and that you can save an XMB state in case you end up messing it up somehow. You can install using (Open)CMA or by using the Plugins method here. If you use the second method you will have to do a “tn savestate wololo” internet search, click on the release link and scroll down to the download link. Read the rest of this entry »

The PS Vita Slim (PCH-2000)

Some of you have already seen that there is a second hardware model of the PS Vita, the PS Vita Slim, or PS Vita 2000. It has a different display, a slightly changed design and another few additional changes.

The PS Vita 2000, like the PS Vita TV, is currently just available in the Asian regions of the world, and is not yet available in Europe or north America, but this could change very soon!

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A PS Vita Slim running the TN-V eCFW

Don’t we all hate that we have to reach a specific point in a game, so we are able to save? Wouldn’t it be easier if we could save when ever we want, where ever we want? Would you like to get a second chance without replaying the last 10 minutes?

Don’t worry, because TN’s SaveState Plugin for his TN-V eCFW can help you with these problem!

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OlliOLliI am not a big skateboarder, I first tried to become one when I was given a skateboard on my 6th birthday but to no avail. Even though I would hardly characterize myself as easily scared, the idea of having to use my face as brake was stronger than the appeal of surfing the asphalt. Fast forward more than ten years to where I am in my late teens and you could occasionally find me hanging out with a group of “skater” friends.

Sometimes we hung out together at a local skatepark or we went touring the city and as time passed some of my friends managed to hone some impressive skill, pulling of these increasingly difficult tricks. Long story short I wanted in and I tried for a while but as it turns out becoming good at skateboarding requires a lot of practice and you should expect to fall a lot.

I never became good at the sport, luckily the magic of games allows us to experience some of the things we will never be able to achieve in real life, silly things like grinding a pink dinosaur. Read the rest of this entry »

The PlayStop Network is a homebrew version of PSN it allows you to download VHBL and CEF homebrews. They can be transferred to your psvita with open cma. It is every similar to PSN, only on your PC but downloading homebrews is not the main feature, you can also chat with people using this app.

Now the team behind the construction of the PlayStop Network app realizes what a hassle it can be to look for all your Homebrew & Emulators need’s. So they created a Windows based portal in an attempt to consolidate all of that annoying work for you within one main functional hub. Read the rest of this entry »

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Running TN-V7 at a PS Vita Slim

While my colleague Acid_Snake is showing you 7 Days of Metal Gear, I am presenting you 7 Days of TN-V, in which we’ve reached the 7th revision of Total_Noobs TN-V eCFW.

After the promised TN-V4 kernel mode release, Total_Noob brought us even more revisions of his PS Vita eCFW, which now reached the status of TN-V7.

In TN-V7 he fixed various bugs and added another few awesome features, that every user of TN-V should really appreciate.

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The PS Vita (well, ePSP) hacking scene is not the only scene that got an early christmas present.

Total_Noob gave us a new kernel mode exploit and several updated TN-V revisions for this years christmas, and if you own an iDevice, you can now jailbreak your iDevice if it is running iOS 7.0 – 7.0.4!

Let’s have a closer look at it…

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If you’ve been lucky enough to grab the Ben 10 exploit last week while the ninja release was ongoing (the game got pulled from the PSN store before we could make a public announce), the long wait for you is over. Enjoy this release and TN-V6

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Total_Noob is unstoppable. Even though he just released version 5 of his TN-V eCFW, it now seems that he thought it is time for yet another update. TN-V6 is now available and comes with these new features:

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