Curmudgeon Gamer
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27 January 2006
Sony exploits PSP hackers for cash...REVEALED!
If you have a Sony PSP with firmware 2.50 or lower you can now play homebrew games and emulators. Here's the catch: you must own Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for the exploit to work. Bloody brilliant plan! That's $50, minimum, from every person who wants to play emulators on their PSP. This will sell GTA:LCS and PSPs faster than ever.

I eagerly await the impending firmware exploits for Killzone, Tomb Raider: Legend, Splinter Cell, Madden NFL 07, and games from all other PSP licensees who have paid their "exploit" certification fee.
--Matt Matthews at 16:22
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I thought exactly the same thing.

Maybe I'm just jaded.

I also would hate to actually have to load a game to be able to load my homebrew apps (and i do agree with you that the emulators have a hell of a lot of work to do before they can be considered usable).

That's ok though, there hasn't been any actual psp software since the release titles that have interested me in the slightest, so my firmware is not changing for anything.

- Adrian

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 27 January, 2006 17:54  

It worked with PSO on the Gamecube.

Well, maybe. People might have just been buing used copies of PSO.

By Anonymous Baines, at 27 January, 2006 19:13  

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