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skinnedpt wrote:wololo wrote:butterfan wrote:hey guys, someone posted it on psx-scene and me and 7 other people got to find out what the game was and i downloaded the file, guys watch psx-scene and on here, im sure it will be posted again
First, enjoy your warning for the shameless advertising and the spam you've been doing over PM. This guarantees you will not get the name of the game before the public announcement, congrats.
Second, I doubt you have the name of the game, and even if you did, the least you could do is to not brag about it. Please respect the efforts of the people involved in this release who are doing their best to make it happen correctly.
Third, I will contact the owners of psx-scene about you, to see if they can make sure you are flagged as a mole everywhere you go.
Cmon people, respect the rules.
Play some games, buy some PSN cards and keep relaxed.
z3r01 wrote:Jerks that mess it up for the rest of us...
Skrill wrote:Don't fix what isn't broken, simply. I think Wololo is doing a terrific job at releasing these exploits and is being pretty generous at that.
tonyuk73 wrote:hi all ) my first post to. Its a bit unorthodox the way its being released but so right.
It lets all the devs gets its hands on the job first for they need the game on the vita.
The righteous side we are paying sony for the hack .How farside of the pirate spectrum is that.!
I just hate it when they link homebrew to pirate.
but the worst bit is i just might miss it and when i get home from work tonight it might be gone. But the greed of the corporate giantism might let the game run on abit longer for that extra buck.!
D-Mac wrote:The release has only been going on for about a full day now and judging by the last two you've got some time before Sony removes the game (if they remove it at all) so I wouldn't worry so much.
They used to (the first appearances of Easter Eggs, for example,) but now, developers are under strict signed contracts and can be fired, sued, and even jailed for doing so.Pirate43 wrote:On the flipside of things, it would be interesting if developers hid a possible exploit in their games, it would instantly make them rich as the masses buy their game...
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