If you haven’t noticed or heard about it yet (because Android rules and Apple is Apple), a new app called: System and Security Info made it to Apple’s AppStore and is drawing a lot of attention lately. The app was developed by SektionEins, a german software company specialized on security. …Read More »
PSVita: To be or not to be.. How to get on VHBL on FW3.60
Wow, okay, let me see where to start.. After Vita firmware update 3.60 came out 2 weeks ago, patching the latest usermode exploit, there currently is nothing a user can do. However (and as mentioned several times already) previously installed hacks like themes, the VHBL bubble, and the PSTV whitelist …Read More »
First GameBoy Advance Everdrive prototype ready!
If the names krikzz and Everdrive are ringing a bell, you will most likely love to hear the following news! If not, here is a small lesson in retro gaming: The name Everdrive stands for hand-crafted quality when it comes to retro flashcards. Its creator is named krikzz and he …Read More »
Tomb Raider II remade in Unreal Engine looks stunning!
Game series come and go but some of them stay and are still loved today. So is Tomb Raider with its big fanbase and everyone (even weird Uncle Vernon) knows whats going on when hearing the name Lara Croft. Tomb Raider II surrounds the mythical ‘Dagger of Xian’, was released …Read More »
Raspberry Pi: The Gameboy Zero
Following our last write-up about ‘What’s the best game console to turn into Emulationstation?‘ the Raspberry Pi obviously couldn’t make it to the results as it’s no gaming console if we put it that way.. BUT we thought it definitively should get mentioned separately! Additionally (if you aren’t following us …Read More »
PS4: System Update 3.50 bringing tons of new features
The long awaited PS4 “RemotePlay” update (codenamed MUSASHI) is finally here for everyone! After the beta testings going on last month of version 3.50, the big update with the long awaited and actually very useful new features is now available. Here the official changelog: – You can now create …Read More »
PSVita: The new FW update 3.60 and its not-features
It more or less became a normal thing that the announcement of a new PS4 firmware implies a new Vita update to be release as well. So, here it is: Vita Update 3.60!! I’ll be honest with you guys, I’m not quite sure what I should write about right now …Read More »
PSVita: More details about the custom PS1 bubbles
VitaShell developer TheFlow just posted more info about his method to create PS1 bubbles. The custom PSone bubble demonstration. pic.twitter.com/tjgaVVPNEx — TheFloW (@theflow0) March 8, 2016 In total we had 2 different ways of creating custom ePSP bubbles already and this method for creating PS1 bubbles uses the very same trick …Read More »
PSP: Infinity Update just went live + Unbricker
The first update for Davee’s Infinity project just went live to fix a couple of problems. These are the changes/fixes in 1.02/0.39: Pause/Restore Game feature on PSPgo Fixed issues with XMB themes Fixed issue where 07g/09g on < 6.31 may brick on install Enabled network update in Infinity Configuration version …Read More »
Welcome to project Nintendo Guide!
‘Prolouge’ When I first talked to Hackinformer back some years ago, I came to him with an idea of creating a simple guide to help people making more out of their PSPs & Vitas. He was down for the idea immediately, I became part of hackinformer.com and with the time …Read More »
PSP: 6.61 Infinity released
Davee‘s Infinity is here! The long awaited perma-patch for the newer “unhackable PSPs” above firmware 6.20 is finally ready!! It was quite a long time ago since when Davee first talked about the possibility to create a new permanent-patch after Sony patched the first solution in the 6.30 firmware update …Read More »
PSP Special: Lost Saints Row Game from 2009 released!
Today we got something cool to show to you guys as the never finished PSP Game Saints Row: Undercover finally sees the light of day after nearly 7 years! Thanks to Josh Stinson (Associate Video Editor at Volition) who found this lost project in an old PSP devkit as well …Read More »