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PSVita Releases: batteryFixer with fixes for Vita battery issues, Vita Save Manager Nightly 191 with ur0/uma0 save dump support, button-only mode and remaPSV 1.1 with menu support for games running at a resolution lower than 960x544

PSVita Releases: batteryFixer with fixes for Vita battery issues, Vita Save Manager Nightly 191 with ur0/uma0 save dump support, button-only mode and remaPSV 1.1 with menu support for games running at a resolution lower than 960×544

The last two days were pretty busy in the PSVita homebrew scene and brought about the release of batteryFixer alongside updates to two popular system tools. SKGleba releases batteryFixer – A kernel plugin to...

remaPSV released and Atmosphere updated to verison 0.8.9

Rinnegatamante releases remaPSV, a PSVita button remapping plugin; Atmosphère updated to version 0.8.9 with two re-implemented system modules, IPS patch support for NROs and many bug fixes – People with broken buttons on your PSVita rejoice because a plugin has come to the rescue!

Do you have a PSVita with broken buttons or a game whose controls you just can’t get used to? If so, today’s your lucky day as Rinnegatamante just released a button remapping plugin called remaPSV!...

Return To Castle Wolfenstein ported to the PSVita and a quick look at Game Jam entries!

The PSVita gets a Return To Castle Wolfenstein port by Rinnegatamante and a quick look at REVita’s PSVita Game Jam 2019 current entries – You certainly won’t be bored with your PSVita during this Easter!

While the PSVita is over 7 years old and new retail game releases are minimal (especially in Europe/NA), this week has been great for the console as it received numerous homebrew games! Among these,...

PSVita/Switch Releases: Julius, Super Mario War and Jump'n'Bump released!

PSVita/Switch Releases: Julius, a Caesar 3 port (Vita), Jump’n’Bump (Vita/Switch) and Super Mario War 1.0 (Vita) released – You can now go back to Roman times on your Vita with its newly released Caesar III port!

Around the time of TheFlow releasing his modoru downgrading utility, various PSVita developers decided to enlarge the console’s homebrew game library to make hacking it even more worth while. This time around, we have...