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A new PS Vita firmware update is now available

The changelog of the new firmware is at the very end of the news!

Sony just released a new firmware update for the PS Vita, which fixes the TN-V kernel mode exploit and the usermode exploit titles for firmware 3.01.

This new firmware also fixes exploits in various undisclosed exploit titles.

Please skip the following wall of text if you are not interested in a little flashback to firmware 3.01 from 3 months ago and what happened in these 3 months.
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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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Even though Total_Noob just released TN-V4 and various fixes for his eCFW, he just released a 5th revision of his TN-V eCFW, which now adds some new neat features. Which features exactly? Well, how about we take a look at the fancy changelog.

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PS Vita Slim running TN-V4

It is already the 2nd December 2013 and we are still patiently waiting for the official release of the new TN-V4 eCFW, which will bring us a kernel mode to the firmwares above 2.02 (up to 3.00+) and will turn all usermode exploits, that we’ve released this year, into kernel mode. But now let’s take a look at the changelog of TN-V4:

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PS4 Review  

After spending some time with the PS4 here is my review of Sony’s latest console.
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Hello there, everyone. Before announcing the winner (sorry to anybody who participated) I would quickly like to apologize for how late this is.

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Welcome to week two of my seventeen week giveaway. This week you could be up for the chance of winning the steam key for Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box.

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Do you like free things? Sure you do. Everyone likes free, right!? Well, this is the place for you. Read on to find out how you could win free games for the next eighteen weeks. Yep, you read that correctly!

The Sims is an iconic game series that first came out in February of the year 2000 and has since sold over one hundred and fifty million copies, but of course, you need no introduction to the series.

So, how would you like to be in with the chance to win this game thanks to the forum user EvilGrin who kindly donated this game and three expansion packs (High End Loft Stuff, Late Night and Date Night)?

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Android, playing PSP games with the PPSSPP emulator. I’m going to jump right into it, you will either need a dual core or quad core processor in your phone. I would recommend that it is rooted and use CPU master app to make your device run at top speed to get the best results from the PSP emulator (PPSSPP) on your Android device.

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Using a Raspberry Pi for reto I know, that it’s underpowered for quite a few different emulators. I’m very surprised what you can play on it . When you first buy a Rasberry PI, you will have to download their free os called Raspbian. Then you can sign up to the PI store, so you can download all kind of apps. They have four good classic gaming emulators available, all of them are free downloads: MAME4ALL , PiSNES — Super NES emulator, Pcsx_reARMed — PlayStation1, Atari800 — Atari 8-bit computers (800, XL, XE, etc.)

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I was first introduced to the series on my seventh birthday, when my uncle rather reluctantly purchased Grand Theft Auto London 1969 at my behest. The series remains great, which is a testament to Rockstar and their creativity as most games of these era are (in my opinion) repetitive and for the most part; unenjoyable. If like me you’re a long time fan of the Grand Theft Auto series, you’ve no need for an introduction to what makes these games so amazing.

Each iteration has come to the PC after a period (generally between 6-8 months). While Rockstar are keeping quiet on whether GTA V will be ported over, it does seem rather likely.

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Ever heard of PSIO? No, I hadn’t until recently but it’s something that has certainly fascinated me. The PSIO project is a way of playing PlayStation One games on the original console without any form of chip or back up disc, but through an SD Card that will have its own built in multifunctional operating system with the ability to play PlayStation One games, and possibly even Homebrew.

Here’s a brief summary from the project’s page:

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Sony have once again amused me. Initially, when the PlayStation Mobile thing came into being it was free for people to become developers, then they saw that they could make even more money out of it, and began to charge somewhere in the region of £70-90 annually (these are rough figures based on memory), and now, they’re stating that it’s possible to get it free again, but for a limited period, as we’ve mentioned a few weeks ago.

I personally think that everyone should sign up for this; even if you’ve no programming knowledge whatsoever. Why you may ask? Well, it opens up a lot for you. People can and have utilize this to make various applications that can aide the user.

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For those of you who actively follow the PS3 scene, you will already know about this but recently developer Flatz released the algorithm to making PS2 Iso files into PS2 Classics.

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Over the past six weeks, Sony have been giving away free PSM games. For the entire week the games have been free, and finally the end is upon us. This week a game that I have been wishing for from the very beginning has become free, so if you have access to PSN via your Vita or any other Mobile Device, then you should definitely take the time to download it. Read the rest of this entry »

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