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    by Published on February 24th, 2011 13:39
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    The PS3 Scene may be very very slow due to SCEA's MIB attorneys and legal actions against hackers but Spanish dev, Hermes, brings us Pintor. Pintor is a rather humorous homebrew puzzle game which pokes fun of Sony's aggressive PS3 related lawsuits at PS3 hackers such as fail0verflow, graf_chokolo and of course, Geohot. In the game, you play the role of "John Doe" and must avoid SCEA's MIB attorneys. Hermes created the game as a tribute to fail0verflow's git repository, which was ordered to be removed Sony's attorneys. The game is based on a video game that Hermes previously made for the PS2 and that has been ported to countless systems since.
    fail0verflow

    fail0verflow repository is a tribute for the old fail0verflow repository with LEGAL TOOLS deleted cowardly by github.com because of threats from licks-ass guys called “attorneys of SCEA”.

    The original code was forked more than 1300 guys (the second most forked repository in github.com) who wanted to defend our rights as consumers, owners of our computer / console called PS3, and like non-profit independent programmers. But again, in a system where money is more important than justice, freedom and people (you are a number) the threat of one has much greater weight and repository was deleted unceremoniously and without one word to explain the exact reason.

    Because it, i was create this tribute that shows we “evil” usage of the old fail0verflow tools.

    Pintor/fail0verflow

    ‘Pintor’ is an old videogame made by me, initially, for PS2 console. It is strongly inspired in a spectrum+ game that i remember fondly. I have done ports for a lot of consoles: PS2/GP2/GP2X/PSP/WII and now PS3.

    In this case it is based in the GP32 port, including the famous geohot MP3 “The Light It Up Contest” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iUvuaChDEg)

    I think it is a very funny song ^^ and is suitable for the symbolism of this respository (also i use a black background representing the PS3).

    Pintor: the game

    You are John Doe and must walk the way to complete the boxes to change to the next screen. But you have to be careful because SCEA and their attorneys are looking to bite your ass. Fortunately, the enemies do not think and are blinded by greed. So as donkeys, they pulled forward and forward, without knowing for sure where are you (here they cannot ask to github, google, paypal personal datas of John Doe)

    Controls

    Common:
    SQUARE – Pause Music
    SELECT – Pause Game
    START – Game Exit

    In “Pintor” screen:
    UP/DOWN – Number of attorneys
    X – Start

    In Game:
    UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT – Move John Doe
    DOWNLOAD: http://www.multiupload.com/3I1N0052O1

    Source: Github via PSGroove ...
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    by Published on February 18th, 2011 16:36
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    17 years of interesting, thoughtful often exhilarating games. All gone. Today, the Liverpool-based developer Bizarre Creations closed down, after its owner Activision failed to find a buyer. Disappointing sales for the studio's under-rated racer Blur did the damage. "We are exploring our options regarding the future of the studio," said the publisher last November. Its options turned out to be limited.

    This is a difficult time for the industry. Publishers are streamlining, profit margins are being squeezed, the slow transition to digital distribution is proving painful and unpredictable. Often the victims are the developers. According to the industry trade body, Tiga, around 140 UK studios shut down last year. True, 100 more set up, but a massive majority of those are concentrating on smartphone and digital download games. Nothing wrong with that – it's smart business. But it won't bring Project Gotham back.

    Bizarre Creations' first major game, a scorching F1 sim for the original PlayStation, announced the intentions of the studio: authentic simulation matched with genuine pedal-to-the-metal thrills. While so many driving game developers floundered in the no-man's land between the sim and the arcade racer, Bizarre Creations – headed by perfectionist Martyn Chudley – just understood how to meet both criteria.

    The company's Dreamcast classic Metropolis Street Racer was a generation ahead of its competitors. Replicating three huge swathes of London, Tokyo and San Francisco it delivered over 250 circuits and a vast range of challenges and side-quests; it's expansive, non-linear feature set heralded a new age for driving games. As a design endeavour, it was as arguably important as Gran Turismo. Also on Dreamcast was the criminally overlooked Fur Fighters, an inventive, anarchic and funny platform adventure that should be considered alongside Conker's Bad Fur Day, Jak and Daxter, and Ratchet and Clank.

    Then, the Project Gotham series, another sleek, sophisticated and brilliantly constructed driving franchise. Project Gotham 4, with its masses of DLC and clever introduction of the Gotham TV channel was another prescient achievement, hinting at the community-led digital features that now adorn the likes of Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit and Shift 2. And there was The Club, a brave experiment in genre-bending, bringing a driving game mechanic to the third-person shooter. And Geometry Wars, an authentic, thrilling 2D shooter, that got in early on the whole retro DLC scene and remained at its head.

    And Blur. Lost, perhaps in the packed 2010 release schedule, a little bit too idiosyncratic, not perfect – but another inventive, exciting title, packed with ideas and craft. As for Bloodstone... well, it was a leap above most James Bond games without 'Goldeneye' in the title.

    I visited the studio several times, especially during the development of its Dreamcast titles. What a friendly, passionate, literate and talented team. What a waste that nothing could be done to keep them together.

    Goodbye Bizarre Creations.

    Source: The Guardian
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    by Published on February 16th, 2011 19:04
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    Notice: Unauthorized circumvention devices for the PlayStation 3 system have been recently released by hackers. These devices permit the use of unauthorized or pirated software. Use of such devices or software violates the terms of the “System Software License Agreement for the PlayStation 3 System” and the “Terms of Services and User Agreement” for the PlayStation Network/Qriocity and its Community Code of Conduct provisions. Violation of the System Software License Agreement for the PlayStation 3 System invalidates the consumer guarantee for that system. In addition, copying or playing pirated software is a violation of International Copyright Laws. Consumers using circumvention devices or running unauthorized or pirated software will have access to the PlayStation Network and access to Qriocity services through PlayStation 3 system terminated permanently.

    To avoid this, consumers must immediately cease use and remove all circumvention devices and delete all unauthorized or pirated software from their PlayStation 3 systems.
    What this means to you

    Circumvention devices and game piracy damage our industry and can potentially injure the online experience for you, our loyal PlayStation customers, via hacks and cheats.

    Many PlayStation.Blog readers have asked how we intend to deal with these incidents that they have been reading about in the gaming press, and this is our initial response.

    By identifying PlayStation 3 systems that breach our guidelines and terminating their ability to connect to PlayStation Network, we are protecting our business and preserving the honest gameplay experiences that you expect and deserve.

    Rest assured, this message does not apply to the overwhelming majority of our users who enjoy the world of entertainment PlayStation 3 has to offer without breaching the guidelines detailed above, and we urge you to continue doing so without fear.

    If you get error 8002A227, Sony banned your PS3 from the PSN.


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    by Published on February 11th, 2011 13:56
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    Play-Asia.com Lucky Lunar New Year Sale 2011 - 10,000 discounts and lots of chances to win fabulous prices.


    Say good bye to the tiger and welcome the rabbit in 2011. Happy Chinese New Year everyone, those of you living in China or near large China towns can hear the fire crackers and see lion dances.

    This is the single most important holiday period for the Chinese communities, it follows the Lunar Calendar and it almost always comes around a month after the western New Year. Families gather together for feasts, children get red pockets (with money inside) and everybody gets new clothes in joyous, vibrant colors.

    Coming after the lively and adventurous tiger, the rabbit represents relaxation and recreation. It's time to blow some steam off, cool down and explore new directions. If there is this game in your wish list that you wanted to try, now is the time to grab it, it's likely to be available at a friendlier price, too. To spread the festive spirit around, like the past years, Play-Asia.com holds a lucky new year sale with bargain products that includes blockbusters, games of the season and many wonderful deals.

    To top everything off we have our lucky draw! We give consoles, games and lots of store credits so head to the Sale Site and start looking.

    Come catch the bunny:

    We've let loose the bunnies and they will show you to the bargain items and the lucky draw. The bunnies hop on the product pages of all bargain items, just snatch them and make your purchase and you automatically join the lucky draw.

    The more you buy, the more you save, and the better chance you have in winning that powerful console!

    For items that gets restocked regularly, you just need to check in regularly to see if the bunny comes back. Yet, for limited editions, such as first print CDs and games, once its sold out, the bunny never returns, so make up your mind quick when you want to grab something super special.

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    by Published on February 10th, 2011 13:31
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    Eurogamer has reported that Activision has axed the Guitar Hero series and will be laying off a lot of employees including developers working on DJ Hero. It seems that the music genre doesn't have the same mass appeal as it did years ago and the fad is dying.
    UPDATE: Reports are coming in that layoffs have also hit the Activision-owned developer Vicarious Visions. Developer Manveer Heir tweeted this evening to say, "Ugh sorry to hear about the Vicarious Visions layoffs today after Guitar Hero canceled. Shitty. Sounds like Freestyle (DJ Hero) got hit too."

    ORIGINAL STORY: Activision has hit DJ Hero developer Freestyle Games with severe layoffs and axed the Guitar Hero series, Eurogamer understands.

    United Front's open world game True Crime has been cancelled, sources have told Eurogamer.

    An announcement is expected tonight ahead of the publication of Activision's financial results.

    In December last year Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg said Guitar Hero, and the music genre, had a future following dismal sales of Warriors of Rock.

    "It's no secret that not just Guitar Hero, but also Rock Band, and the music category in general, do not have the same mass appeal today that they did a few years ago," he said.

    "That said, I think that we would be foolish to not try and build on the strength of the Guitar Hero brand, because as you said, it's a pretty strong brand with great recognition and great likeability, and there's a lot to work with there.

    "I think the road to rejuvenating that category goes through innovation," he continued. "The premise of Guitar Hero - that everyone has an inner rock star - it's something that we've all done forever. Some version of singing into a hairbrush, or holding a tennis racket like a guitar, or singing karaoke, or singing into the bathroom mirror - we all do that.

    "I think a lot of video game genres that have had tremendous staying power have a fantasy-fulfillment element at their core, whether it's driving the fast car, or participating in professional sports, or going into battle. People don't get to do this in everyday lives.

    "So I think the core premise and the core insight at the heart of the Guitar Hero franchise is still very relevant. I just think we need to escalate the experience for people and innovate. I think the genre is still fairly new, and so I think it's probably time for us to really look at what the next level looks like for that genre."

    The publisher had confirmed the return of the franchise in 2011.
    Do you think there was too many versions of the franchise that it killed itself? Or was it bound to happen? Let us know what you think.

    Source: Eurogamer ...
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    Yet another upgrade has started taking roots here at DCEmu!

    The final tweaks have been made to our new DOWNLOADS section to allow all types of users to help DCEmu build the greatest collection of Emulation and Homebrew related files for home consoles and handhelds on the web. We're calling on the entire community to help us with this task since there is literally thousands of files out there and hidden in our very own forums now. Even a lot of the releases that were were initially posted on this very site's forums have yet to be uploaded.

    All established staff, coders, news posters and trusted users have access to uploading to the download section and we ask them now to help us out if they can. Don't think this leaves out the regular registered user though, as you can help too. Throw us a link to your favourite downloads from the past, either from our own forums or outside sources on the comments section in this news post. Make sure to include the console the file is intended for and the type of file it is (e.g. emulator, homebrew game or whatever). You can even help us further by giving us a short description of the file by including things such as an excerpt from the changelog or something along those lines. Remember though, no warez or programs used to play pirated versions of commercial games released for that console. Even if it isn't necessarily illegal we don't want to host that kind of stuff here.

    If you prove reliable enough, DCEmu will expand it's trusted user list and give you direct access to uploading into our Downloads section!.

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