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  • Posted by PS3Hax Member News , on 31/08/2013 , @ 10:28pm



    The 31st Golden Joystick Awards have opened up ballots. Are you ready to vote for your favorite games of the year?:

    This year the categories have been moved around to incorporate 15 different awards ranging from Best Online Game to Best Newcomer. Of course, every developer is after the coveted Game of the Year trophy, though. 18 games have made the final list of GOTY contenders ranging in genre and style.

    Due to the awards being given out on October 26th (live on YouTube), only games released between August 25th, 2012 and September 2013 are included. While that means Grand Theft Auto 5 gets a spot, Call of Duty: Ghosts and several other of this year’s holiday blockbusters don’t.

    Game of the Year:

    Borderlands 2 (2K Games)
    Dishonored (Bethesda)
    Forza Horizon (Microsoft)
    Halo 4 (Microsoft)
    The Last of Us (Sony)
    Far Cry 3 (Ubisoft)
    Tomb Raider (Square Enix)
    BioShock Infinite (2K Games)
    The Walking Dead (TellTale)
    Pikmin 3 (Nintendo)
    Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Activision)
    Guild Wars 2 (NCsoft)
    Fire Emblem Awakening (Nintendo)
    Hotline Miami (Devolver Digital)
    Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (Namco Bandai)
    Saints Row IV (Deep Silver)
    Splinter Cell Blacklist (Ubisoft)

    Most Wanted:

    Xbox One (Microsoft)
    PlayStation 4 (Sony)
    The Elder Scrolls Online (Bethesda)
    Thief (Square Enix)
    Watch Dogs (Ubisoft)
    Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami)
    Destiny (Activision)
    Battlefield 4 (EA)
    Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)
    Super Smash Bros. Wii U (Nintendo)
    Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Namco Bandai)
    The Division (Ubisoft)
    Titanfall (EA)
    Dark Souls II (Namco Bandai)
    Need for Speed: Rivals (EA)
    Batman: Arkham Origins (Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc)

    Best Indie Game:

    Hotline Miami (Devolver Digital)
    Gunpoint (Suspicious Developments)
    Mark of the Ninja (Klei)
    State of Decay (Undead Labs)
    Guacamelee! (Drinkbox Studios)
    The Unfinished Swan (Giant Sparrow)
    Ridiculous Fishing (Vlambeer)
    FTL: Faster Than Light (Subset Games)
    Super Hexagon (Terry Cavanagh)

    Best Newcomer:

    The Last of Us (Sony)
    The Walking Dead (TellTale)
    Dishonored (Bethesda)
    Hotline Miami (Devolver Digital)
    DUST 514 (CCP)
    Forza Horizon (Microsoft)
    ZombiU (Ubisoft)
    Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (Namco Bandai)
    Remember Me (Capcom)
    State of Decay (Microsoft)
    Injustice: Gods Among Us (Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc)
    DayZ (Dean Rocket Hall/Bohemia Interactive)

    Best Handheld Game:

    Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Nintendo)
    Luigis Mansion: Dark Moon (Nintendo)
    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (Capcom)
    LittleBigPlanet PSVita (Sony)
    Fire Emblem: Awakening (Nintendo)
    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate (Nintendo)
    Assassins Creed III Liberation (Ubisoft)
    Soul Sacrifice (Sony)
    Persona 4 Golden (Square Enix)
    Hotline Miami (Devolver Digital)

    Best Gaming Platform in association with Digital Spy:

    Steam (Valve)
    Wii U (Nintendo)
    Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo)
    Xbox 360 (Microsoft)
    PlayStation 3 (Sony)
    PS Vita (Sony)
    Gog.com (CD Projekt RED)
    Google Play (Google)
    iOS App Store (Apple)

    Best Storytelling:

    The Last of Us (Sony)
    BioShock Infinite (2K Games)
    Metro: Last Light (Deep Silver)
    The Walking Dead (TellTale)
    Halo 4 (Microsoft)
    Dishonored (Bethesda)
    LEGO City: Undercover (Nintendo)
    Tomb Raider (Square Enix)
    Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (Ubisoft)
    Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (505)
    COD: Black Ops II (Activision)
    Virtues Last Reward (Rising Star Games)

    Best Mobile/Tablet Game of the Year:

    XCOM: Enemy Unknown (2K Games)
    Ridiculous Fishing (Vlambeer)
    Super Hexagon (Terry Cavanagh)
    Deus Ex: The Fall (Square Enix)
    Rayman Jungle Run (Ubisoft)
    Total War Battles: Shogun (Sega)
    Joe Danger Touch (Hello Games)
    Year Walk (Simogo)
    Punch Quest (Rocketcat)

    Best Online Game:

    World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (Blizzard)
    ShootMania Storm (Ubisoft)
    Firefall (Red 5)
    PlanetSide 2 (Sony Online Entertainment)
    SimCity (EA)
    DayZ (Dean Rocket Hall/Bohemia Interactive)
    Curiosity Whats Inside the Cube? (22Cans)
    Defiance (Trion Worlds)
    World of Tanks (Wargaming.net)
    League of Legends (Riot Games)
    Dota 2 (Valve)
    Eve Online Odyssey (CCP)
    Guild Wars 2 (NCsoft)
    Runescape 3 (Jagex)
    Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (Square Enix)
    Star Wars: The Old Republic (EA)
    Disney Infinity (Disney Interactive)
    The Secret World (EA/Funcom)
    Rift (Trion Worlds)
    Aion (Gameforge)

    Best Multiplayer:

    FIFA 13 (EA)
    PES 2013 (Konami)
    Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Activision)
    Nintendo Land (Nintendo)
    Halo 4 (Microsoft)
    Borderlands 2 (2K Games)
    Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (Sega)
    StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (Blizzard)
    Company of Heroes 2 (Sega)
    F1 2012 (Codemasters)
    Battlefield 3 End Game Expansion (EA)
    Payday 2 (505 Games)

    Innovation of the Year in association with T3:

    Nintendo Direct (Nintendo)
    Miiverse (Nintendo)
    Wonderbook (Sony)
    SmartGlass (Microsoft)
    Oculus Rift (Oculus)
    Defiance (Trion Worlds)
    Curiosity Whats Inside the Cube? (22Cans)
    Earforce XP510 headset (Turtle Beach)

    Studio of the Year:

    TellTale Games
    Ubisoft Montreal
    Naughty Dog
    343 Industries
    EA Canada
    Irrational Games
    Nintendo Intelligent Systems
    Ninja Theory
    Playground Games
    Riot Games
    Arkane Studios
    The Creative Assembly
    Sports Interactive

    Best Visual Design:

    BioShock Infinite (2K Games)
    Dishonored (Bethesda)
    Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (Namco Bandai)
    Hotline Miami (Devolver Digital)
    The Unfinished Swan (Giant Sparrow)
    Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (Ubisoft)
    Borderlands 2 (2K Games)
    Pikmin 3 (Nintendo)
    DMC (Capcom)
    The Last of Us (Sony
    Metro: Last Light (Deep Silver)
    Halo 4 (Microsoft)
    God of War: Ascension (Sony)

    Best Gaming Moment in association with Absolute Radio:

    Trying Oculus Rift for the first time. (Oculus)
    MGS Revengeance Senator boss fight (Capcom)
    Bioshock Infinite Hallelujah (2K)
    Mass Effect 3 Citadel DLC party (EA)
    DMC Bob Barbas boss fight (Capcom)
    Dishonored Lady Boyles Last Party (Bethesda)
    Far Cry 3 The Definition of Insanity (Ubisoft)
    Hotline Miami Chapter 8 (disco) (Devolver Digital)
    The Walking Dead The boy in the attic (Telltale)
    Assassins Creed III The Templar Twist (Ubisoft)
    The Unfinished Swan The Kings Dream (Giant Sparrow)
    The Last of Us Joels loss (Sony)
    Tomb Raider Radio Tower climb (Square Enix)
    Dead Space 3 A surprising death (EA)
    Halo 4 Cortanas fate (Microsoft)

    The YouTube Gamer Award:

    Ali A
    Smooth McGroove
    Tam McGleish (Gamewank)


    Thanks to @UrbanAnonymous ;)


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 31/08/2013 , @ 09:17pm


    The Xbox-ONE controller it's over the CPU.

    I had to post this. It’s PAX they showed some BF4 gameplay and guess what? everything got messed up. They were using a PC with a Xbox ONE controller and in one time the game Crashed….showing Windows 8 screen.

    To quote:

    Not surprising news, DICE and Microsoft promised the players to test their Xbox One games on actual Xbox One platform at PAX Prime but again after E3′ s disappointment the players surprised at PAX that they are playing battlefield 4 on PC with the E3 build of the game.

    BlindSpider11 has wrote his “review” at Reddit:

    -Running on PC’s with Xbox One controllers.

    -Seems to be the E3 build. Battlefield 3 style death animation, “Battlefield 4 at E3″ banner upon death, etc.

    -Resolution was set to 1920X1080

    And the funny thing, The game was crashed during playing and exit to a windows 8 desktop, And when you died it showed the BF4 @ E3 ad. So it’s the E3 PC demo with an Xbone controller hooked up.

    This screens explain some points by “NeoGaf“:

    Game Crashed. Windows 8 in the background.



  • Posted by Pirate , on 31/08/2013 , @ 07:50pm


    Latest version of Showtimes keep rolling along,  bringing a wealth of bug fixes and new features such as FTP support.


    Fix crash when deleting exported bookmarks …
    Update language files: fr_FR.lang and ru_RU.lang
    Add subtitle support when playing HLS
    osk: Make ESC exit on screen keyboard
    Fix typos in displayed strings

    Add FTP server support. Can be enabled in Settings -> Network settings
    Update ru_RU.lang
    Fix problem with underscan settings. Recent regression. Fixes #1727
    ps3: Fix mutex init problems

    Fix issues with list wrapping and pagination
    Detect command to compute sha1
    Initial work of building for Android

    Fixes issue when, in external subtitles, new overlays appear before all previous overlays have disappeared (Fixes #1723)
    Fix broken handling of permanent redirects
    Keep navigator when closing window


    Fix: No default value was set after the rewrite of the setting system (Fixes #1722)
    Improve charset decoding: Add new codepages 1254, 1257 and 1258
    Refresh language files
    Rename setting ‘Userinterface size’ to ‘Font and icon size’

    multiopt: Do the right thing if current options is deleted.
    Fix recent regression for HEAD requests
    Make (cancel) work in Showtime’s own OSK


    Add ‘Mark all as seen’ and ‘Mark all as unseen’ in page menu …
    Rework Showtime’s HTTP client …
    skin: Rework how background image is set
    Add missing mutex lock
    Remember set video/audio/subtitles playback settings for each video.

    [Source via PSX]

  • Posted by manster , on 31/08/2013 , @ 10:08am


    Here’s what Paul Show has done to his PS3. His website is currently down, but below is the summary of his project by hackaday.com.

    Here’s the scenario: You’ve got the rage to play som CoD (we’re more GTA fans but whatever) but the monitor you’re going to play on has no speakers. You can get a crystal clear image using HDMI, but getting sound is a different matter. What’s the fix? Crack open your PS3 and solder on some audio connectors.

    [Paul] knew there is a special cable that breaks out analog audio. Like original Xbox hacking of ages past, there is now plenty of information online about the internals of these machines. He grabbed a copy of the A/V pinout and found the analog audio pins. After soldering on this pair of RCA cables he cut savaged a hole in the case and put the console back together. The machine he’s working with is a salvaged unit with no Blu-ray drive — he links to his past posts on the repair process. You may be thinking what good is it without an optical drive? Remember, this is the beginning of the Internet age… everything is downloadable.

    Source: hackaday.com

    Thanks to r3l1c for posting this in the forum.

  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 30/08/2013 , @ 08:49pm


    My logo sucks. EvilNat's it's the awesome one. :)



    Improvements v5.2.1

    - [Requested] Change MAC on XMB
    - Added compatibility with last Habib CFW
    Improvements v5.2

    - [Requested] Disabling lv2 peek/poke
    - Fixed CFW/OFW modes on Rebug CFWs
    - Added polish language
    - Added italian language
    - Compatibility with stealthman
    Improvements v5.1.2

    - [Requested] Patcher from USB/Internal HDD
    - [Requested] Shutdown/restart will set CFW FULL mode (Requested from some people)
    - Added tool “SEN IDs Packager” (PC/PS3)
    Improvements v5.1.1

    - Added advanced option
    - Fixed CFW 4.46 bugs
    - Fixed CFW Rebug 4.30 bugs
    - Added CFW/OFW modes


    Thanks to Evilant ;) once again.


    Follow Evilant on twitter ;)

  • Posted by , on 30/08/2013 , @ 07:32pm


    Just a little application to help people with a 3k3y to resign eboots from Homebrew/PSN for use in 3k3y ISO format.

    instructions … come on its not rocket science :)

    1. Place Eboot.bin in extracted folder

    2. Run (run me.bat)

    3. Press 1.

    4. Done

    Told you it was simple :)

    Ps.  Please be gentle with xxmcvapourxx … our hearts and thoughts are with you buddy xx


  • Posted by Simonbuck , on 30/08/2013 , @ 05:41am



    During a stage presentation at the GameStop Expo in Las Vegas this past weekend, Sean Coleman, Sony Computer Entertainment America’s group manager of retail training and advocacy, shared a list of third-party developers Sony is working with on “exclusive game content.”

    (check the video below)

    “We’ve forged great third-party partnerships with some of the biggest developers to bring exclusive game content to PlayStation gamers which creates the best place to play,” Coleman said.

    In the list we find the names of more or less famous companies such as Activision Blizzard , theAtles , the Level-5 or Rockstar Games just to name a few, at the time these details were leaked only, everything else remains shrouded in mystery.

    • Activision Blizzard - Content  Diablo III.
    • Atlus.
    • Bethesda Games - Beta exclusive PS4 The Elder Scrolls Online.
    • Bluepoint Games - Sony remastered this classic board game on modern systems.
    • Bungie - Content for Destiny.
    • Capcom - Deep Down.
    • Disney Interactive.
    • EA.
    • Insomniac Games.
    • Konami.
    • Level-5.
    • Nordic Games.
    • Rockstar Games.
    • Sanzaru Game.
    • Sega.
    • Square Enix.
    • Sumo Digital.
    • Take-Two.
    • Ubisoft - Content for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Watch Dogs.
    • Warner Bros. - Content for Batman: Arkham Origins.
    • Zindagi Games.

    Sony Conference Gamestop Expo 2013 (Off Screen)



  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 29/08/2013 , @ 09:15pm


    Way to start EA with Madden 25 anniversary edition. Users are experiencing some random freezing when they try to play online. EA states that maybe has some connection with a recent title update but the majority of this freezing issues is when the game try to connect to EA servers…(lol).
    They are currently working on a fix, that will be released “as soon as possible” (hope not 2 months from here).

    Meanwhile you can insult or praise them if you want over their twitter account or their official board.

    EA is working on a fix to resolve the freezing issues experienced by some Madden NFL 25 players.

    Multiple players have reported problems with the game persistently locking up over on EA’s official forums, with some suggesting that the issue may lie with a recent title update.

    According to their reports, the majority of lock-ups appear to occur when the game attempts to connect to EA’s servers, but users are also reporting issues when attempting to play a match in any one of the game’s modes.

    Both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game appear to be affected.

    “We are aware that some players are experiencing intermittent freezing issues while playing Madden NFL 25,” read an update on EA’s help centre in response to the reports.

    “Our team is investigating the cause and is working on a resolution so that we can get everyone back into the game. Thank you for your patience, and for supporting EA Sports!”

    EA’s twitter account added that it hopes to resolve the issue “as soon as possible”.

    Madden 25 launched on Tuesday in North America and is due to release tomorrow in the UK. An Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version is also expected to be available in November.


  • Posted by Pirate , on 29/08/2013 , @ 08:08pm


    Here is the weekly Playstation Store update for 27/08/2013.

    PS3 Games

    Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Collector’s Edition ($59.99)

    Be amongst the first to explore a land embraced by Gods and forged by Heroes. Embark on the adventure of a lifetime and save the realm of Eorzea. For the true Final Fantasy fan, this collector’s edition contains some exclusive in game items that will truly improve your time in the realm of Eorzea.

    Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn ($39.99)

    Be amongst the first to explore a land embraced by Gods and forged by Heroes. Embark on the adventure of a lifetime and save the realm of Eorzea.

    Lost Planet 3 ($59.99)

    With numerous multiplayer modes and a highly engrossing cinematic single player experience, Lost Planet 3 delves deeper into the Lost Planet universe, uncovering hidden truths within the unique environment of E.D.N. III.

    Hatsune Miku Project Diva F ($49.99)

    Join Hatsune Miku, the world’s most famous digital singer, in an all-new Rhythm video game featuring selections from her popular songs! Experience Miku’s music like never before as you test your skills by tapping the buttons to the beat! Choreograph and create your own Miku videos in Edit Mode, and spend time with your favorite characters in their own customized Diva Room!

    Killer is Dead ($49.99)

    Hunt down bizarre and powerful criminals from around the globe in this latest offering from the demented mind of celebrated game creator, SUDA51. Stylish cel-shaded visuals set the mood in this gritty, bloody, ultra-violent world of the near future where biomechanical augmentations increase the power of criminals and ‘executioners’ alike. Play as Mondo Zappa, a newly recruited executioner who wields a Japanese sword in his right hand and the crushing power of biomechanical engineering in his left as you take on contracts and execute your targets with style.

    Madden NFL 25 ($59.99)

    Celebrating 25 years of innovation, Madden NFL 25 unlocks the power, precision, and creativity of the NFL ball-carrier. Whether you’re a slashing running back, dual-threat QB, or ball-hawking safety, unleash 30 new moves and string together devastating combos with the all-new precision modifier in Madden NFL 25.

    PSN Game

    Spelunky ($14.99, Cross-Buy and Cross-Play with PS Vita)

    Spelunky is a unique platformer with randomized levels that offer a challenging new experience each time you play. Journey deep underground and explore fantastic places filled with all manner of monsters, traps, and treasure. Go solo or bring up to three friends to join you in cooperative play or frantic deathmatch!

    PS Vita

    Spelunky ($14.99, Cross-Buy and Cross-Play with PS3)

    Spelunky is a unique platformer with randomized levels that offer a challenging new experience each time you play. Journey deep underground and explore fantastic places filled with all manner of monsters, traps, and treasure. Go solo or bring up to three friends to join you in cooperative play or frantic deathmatch!

    Killzone Mercenary Public Beta

    Releasing on September 10th, Killzone Mercenary for the PlayStation Vita system throws players into a deadly firefight as part of a ruthless Mercenary faction, one taking on paid contracts from not only the dangerous ISA but the vicious Helghast as well. War is Our Business.

    Floating Cloud God Saves The Pilgrims in HD! ($3.49)

    Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims in HD! is a remake of the popular PlayStation Portable game. Recreated with high-definition visuals and PlayStation Vita exclusive features, this is the definitive version of one of 2012′s best-loved PlayStation Portable games.

    The HD Adventures of Rotating Octopus Character ($2.99)

    The HD Adventures of Rotating Octopus Character is a vibrant, joyful remaster of the popular PlayStation Portable game. Recreated in high-definition with PlayStation Vita system exclusive features, this is the definitive version of one of 2011′s highest rated PlayStation Portable games.


    Sweet Fuse: At Your Side ($24.99, Compatible with PS Vita)

    Sweet Fuse: At Your Side stars Saki Inafune, niece to legendary game developer Keiji Inafune. Saki’s famous uncle opens an amusement park and Saki attends the opening ceremony, but things really heat up when Count Hogstein—a malevolent pig—takes over the park, and holds everyone hostage. Saki, along with seven sexy men, decides to enter Count Hogstein’s deadly game in order to save her uncle and the other hostages. Will she be able to solve the complex puzzles that Count Hogstein and his merry henchmen have in store? And most importantly, which steamy bachelor will Saki choose?

    PS2 Classics

    Crimson Sea 2 ($9.99)

    Creatures known as the Menace are attacking the Theophilus Star System. It’s up to the lone warrior Sho to stop them in this action-packed sequel.


    Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon & Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger ($24.99)

    Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon and Call of Juarez Gunslinger game bundle is the ultimate FPS game pack that will have you blasting your way into a retro future or gun’in down ruthless outlaws. Save when you buy these two critically acclaimed games today.

    Port Royale 3 Pirates & Merchants Gold Edition ($39.99)

    Port Royale 3 – Gold Edition contains the full version of the award-winning strategy game, Port Royale 3, as well as the official expansion pack, Treasure Island. Players will embark on an epic adventure through the Caribbean during the 17th Century. Take on the role of a young captain in three expansive campaigns: adventurer, trader and pirate.

    PlayStation Store Highlights

    DRAW SLASHER (PS Vita) – PS Plus Price: $3.00

    Penny-Arcade Adventures On the Rainslick Precipice of Darkness Ep 1 & 2 (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.75

    Closure (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.75

    Retro City Rampage (PS3 & PS Vita, Cross-Buy) – PS Plus Price: $3.74

    Dragon Fantasy Book I (PS3, Cross-Buy) – PS Plus Price: $2.50

    Dragon Fantasy Book I (PS Vita, Cross-Buy) – PS Plus Price: $2.50

    Limbo (PS3 & PS Vita, Cross-Buy) – PS Plus Price: $5.99

    Tokyo Jungle (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.75

    Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge (PS3, Cross-Buy) – PS Plus Price: $2.50

    Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge (PS Vita, Cross-Buy) – PS Plus Price: $2.50

    Journey (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.75

    Skullgirls (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.75

    Retro/Grade (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $2.50

    Dyad (PS3) – PS Plus Price: $3.75

    PS3 Demos


    Spelunky is a unique platformer with randomized levels that offer a challenging new experience each time you play. Journey deep underground and explore fantastic places filled with all manner of monsters, traps, and treasure. Go solo or bring up to three friends to join you in cooperative play or frantic deathmatch!

    Sniper Ghost Warrior 2

    You are the deadliest sniper in the elite Ghost Warrior unit. Positioned deep within enemy territory, deliver precision firepower and test your skills in an epic story of intrigue and betrayal.

    PS Vita Demos


    Spelunky is a unique platformer with randomized levels that offer a challenging new experience each time you play. Journey deep underground and explore fantastic places filled with all manner of monsters, traps, and treasure. Go solo or bring up to three friends to join you in cooperative play or frantic deathmatch!

    Price Change

    • Madden NFL 13 – PS3 Game (now: $29.99 original price: $39.99)
    • Need for Speed: Most Wanted – PS3 Game (now: $29.99 original price: $39.99)
    • Need for Speed: Most Wanted – PS Vita Game (now: $19.99 original price: $29.99)
    • Pinballistik – PS3 Game (now: Free original price: $3.99)
    • Pinballistik DLC Bundle – PS3 Game (now: $4.99 original price: $7.99)


    PAX 2013 Sale

    Game Regular Price Sale Price Plus Price
    Penny-Arcade Adventures On the Rainslick Precipice of Darkness Ep 1 & 2 $14.99 $7.49 $3.75
    Closure $14.99 $7.49 $3.75
    Retro City Rampage (PS3 and PS Vita, Cross-Buy) $14.99 $4.99 $3.74
    Dragon Fantasy Book I (PS3 and PS Vita, Cross-Buy) $9.99 $4.99 $2.50
    Limbo (PS3 and PS Vita, Cross-Buy) $14.99 $7.49 $5.99
    Tokyo Jungle $14.99 $7.49 $3.75
    Zombie Tycoon II: Brainhov’s Revenge (PS3 and PS Vita, Cross-Buy) $9.99 $4.99 $2.50
    Journey $14.99 $7.49 $3.75
    Skullgirls $14.99 $7.49 $3.75
    Retro/Grade $9.99 $4.99 $2.50
    Dyad $14.99 $7.49 $3.75

    Other Sales

    • Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable – PS Vita (now: $19.99 original price: $39.99)
    • RockSmith – Various Songs (now: $1.99 original price: $2.99)
    • DJ Hero – Jay Z vs. Eminem Pack (now: $3.99 original price: $7.99)
    • DJ Hero 2 – Various Songs (now: $2.99-$3.99 original price: $5.99-$7.99)
    • Guitar Hero 5 – Various Songs (now: $2.75-$5.49 original price: $5.49 -$10.99)
    • Guitar Hero III – Various Songs (now: $3.13 original price: $6.25)
    • Guitar Hero World Tour – Various Songs (now: $2.75 original price: $5.49)
    • Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock – Various Songs (now: $2.75-$5.99 original price: $5.49 -$11.99)

    PS Vita Add-ons

    LittleBigPlanet PS Vita

    (Cross-buy with PS3)

    • Garfield and Odie Minipack ($2.99)

    PS3 Add-ons

    Dynasty Warriors 8
    • New Stage and BGM Pack ($2.99)
    • Wallpapers – Kingdom Set ($1.99)
    Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F
    • Extra Character Modules ($2.99)
    Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory
    • Broccoli’s Milfeulle Sakurab ($1.99)
    • Cyberconnect2′s Cat Ear Maid ($1.99)
    • Falcom’s Caina Set ($1.99)
    • Mages.’ Airi Set ($1.99)
    • Marvelous Aql’s Mirai Set ($1.99)
    • Tekken’s Lili Set ($1.99)
    LittleBigPlanet 2

    Cross-buy with PS3 & PS Vita

    • Garfield and Odie Minipack ($2.99)
    LittleBigPlanet Karting Cross-buy with PS3 & PS Vita
    • Garfield and Odie Minipack ($2.99)
    Saints Row IV
    • Grass Roots Pack ($2.99)
    • Presidential Pack ($2.99)
    Time and Eternity
    • A Whole Lotta Love Item Pack ($1.99)
    • Peppers (20-Pack) ($1.99)
    Tokyo Jungle
    • Add-On Bundle ($9.99)

    PS3 Avatars

    • Bit Trip Presents Runner2: Future Legend Of Rhythm Alien Dr. Fetus ($0.49)
    • Bit Trip Presents Runner2: Future Legend Of Rhythm Alien Invisible Commandervideo ($0.49)
    • Bit Trip Presents Runner2: Future Legend Of Rhythm Alien Josef ($0.49)
    • Bit Trip Presents Runner2: Future Legend Of Rhythm Alien Quote ($0.49)
    • Bit Trip Presents Runner2: Future Legend Of Rhythm Alien Razputin ($0.49)
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate – Ayane 1 ($0.49)
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate – Bass 1 ($0.49)
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate – Hayabusa 1 ($0.49)
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate – Hayate 1 ($0.49)
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate – Hitomi 1 ($0.49)
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate – Jann Lee 1 ($0.49)
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    • Amazing Earth: Carefree in Paradise Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
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    • Apocalypse Rider Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
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    • Digital Blasphemy Series 2 ($1.99)
    • Digital Blasphemy Series 3 ($1.99)
    • Digital Blasphemy Series 4 ($1.99)
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    • Bianca’s Bombshells: Tiger Girl Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
    • Dancing Particles Clock Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
    • Destination II Bundle ($3.99)
    • Ocean Flight Clock Dynamic Theme ($2.99)
    • Rage Comics: Bang Bang Dynamic Theme ($2.99)

    PSP Themes

    • Arabella Drummond II ($1.49)
    • Hannah Martin II ($1.49)
    • Lucy Pinder II ($1.49)
    • NFL: Cardinals Team Grit ($1.49)
    • NFL: Chiefs Team Grit ($1.49)
    • NFL: Colts Team Grit ($1.49)
    • NFL: Cowboys Team Grit ($1.49)
    • NFL: Dolphins Team Grit ($1.49)
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    • NFL: Lions Team Grit ($1.49)
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    • NFL: Bills Team Grit ($1.49)
    • NFL: Broncos Team Grit ($1.49)
    • NFL: Browns Team Grit ($1.49)
    • Vikki Blows II ($1.49)

    PS3 Videos

    • Alien Rage Cinematic Trailer
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate E3 Trailer
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate Ein & Jacky Trailer
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate Extended E3 Trailer
    • Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate Momiji Trailer
    • Thief 4 – Out Of The Shadows Trailer
    • Pinball Arcade “Coming Soon to PS4″ Trailer
    • Super Motherload “Coming Soon to PS4″ Trailer
    • Blacklight: Retribution “Coming Soon to PS4″ Trailer
    • PlanetSide 2 “Coming Soon to PS4″ Trailer

    [VIA Playstation Blog]

  • Posted by Simonbuck , on 29/08/2013 , @ 07:13pm


    Deep Silver has announced a release date for Metro: Last Light‘s Tower Pack DLC.

    Priced at $4.99 / £3.99 / €4.99, it’s due for release on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 3 (September 4 on PS3 outside of America). An official description of the challenge based game mode follows the screenshots:


    Players have to fight their way up through a heavily guarded tower, a virtual combat simulator. Each level is increasingly difficult - packed with hordes of enemies, mutants and other deadly threats. The best players in this combat simulator will need to master Metro’s unique, hand-made weaponry and deep combat mechanics in order to reach the top of the global leaderboards.

    Tower Pack is the second of four planned Metro Last Light DLC packs, which can be pre-purchased at a discounted rate as part of the Metro: Last Light season pass. Details on the final two DLC packs follow:

    • The ‘Developer Pack’ boasts a fully stocked Shooting Gallery, the AI Arena and Metro Museum… And a bonus solo mission - The Spiders’ Nest - offers some new tools for dealing with an infestation of the skittering Spider mutants
    • Lastly the ‘Chronicles Pack’ will feature three original single player missions that cast the player as four of the game’s standout characters - Pavel, Khan & Ulman, and Anna - and explore their side-stories away from Artyom’s adventure

    In our Metro: Last Light review we said 4A’s sequel is “gruelling, but worth the effort” and “a refreshing change from more traditional first-person shooters”.

    If you’re still on the fence about whether to pick up the game, you might want to check out this


  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 29/08/2013 , @ 06:56pm


    Sony has announced its Instant Game Collection a little early, revealing Resident Evil Chronicles HD Collection as one of the titles available next month.

    The HD-remastered version of the PS2 classic ICO and legendary arcade shooter Galaga Legions DX will also be free for PS Plus members later in September.

    On the handheld front, Ubisoft’s loveable platformer Rayman Origins and Rockstar’s GTA: Liberty City Stories will be available on PlayStation Vita free for PS Plus members.

    As always, these games will hit the Instant Game Collection at various times throughout the month, so we’ll be sure to keep you updated with the latest discounts and deals.

    [PS blog]

  • Posted by hellsing9 , on 29/08/2013 , @ 06:44pm


    Nice initiative ;) . Now you can pay if you live in the US or UK with your mobile.

    What is BOKU?:

    BOKU carrier-billing (charge to mobile phone bill) provides a secure and easy-to-use payment method. Carrier-billing enables unbanked[4] consumers who may have a mobile phone, but no credit card or traditional bank account, to make purchases online.
    The majority of transactions processed through BOKU carrier-billing are for digital and virtual goods and services, including social and free-to-play games, virtual goods, social networks and other online experiences. BOKU focuses on making the mobile phone number a viable payment option not only for virtual goods, but for digital goods (i.e. MP3′s, eBooks, movies, etc.) and physical goods.

     To quote:

    Sony has just added a carrier billing option for PlayStation Store purchases on its PS3 console through a partnership with Boku.

    PS3 owners will now be able to add money to their Sony Entertainment Network accounts for purchasing games, add-ons, themes, movies, TV shows, and Sony Music Unlimited subscriptions. Sony and Boku added support for mobile top-ups for the PlayStation in the UK in July.

    To utilize carrier billing, US customers select the “mobile” payment option on either the PS3′s PlayStation Store or the Sony Entertainment Network website. After inputting their mobile number, customers will receive a text message requesting confirmation for the charge.


  • Posted by Simonbuck , on 29/08/2013 , @ 03:53pm




    A High price and 15-month gap between Xbox 360 to blame, Say’s Sony UK MD.


    PlayStation 3 “didn’t do quite as well as it should have” in the UK, Fergal Gara has told VideoGamer.com, explaining that the high price and 15-month gap between the launch of PS3 and Xbox 360 may have impacted the console’s chances of success.

    Asked during Gamescom whether he thought Sony could reclaim market share in the UK with the arrival of PlayStation 4, Gara said, “If it was all about day one then the answer would probably be yes.

    “The truth is it’s a long game. Let’s not forget that PS3 launched a long time after Xbox 360 and didn’t do quite as well as it should have done. But from being so far behind on timing and on pricing it’s delivered quite respectably despite all of that.”

    PS3 launched in the UK on March 23, 2007 for £425, four months after its initial Japanese launch and fifteen months after the Xbox 360 arrived in the UK.

    PlayStation 3 hardware and software has been consistently outsold by the Xbox 360 equivalent in the UK. However, it was reported by MCV earlier this month that PS3 hardware had been outselling Xbox 360 over the course of the summer – largely down to the launch of The Last of Us.

    Nevertheless, Gara seems confident that PS4 will go some way to boosting Sony’s slice of the UK market.

    “We’re very conscious that it’s a long game,” he continues, “we’re very satisfied that we’re doing very, very well right now, but we’re also not getting carried away with ourselves, not getting in any way over-excited. It is a several year project. It doesn’t start and finish on November 29. That’s an important date but it is the start date.”

    PlayStation 4 launches in the UK on November 29. The console has already reached over 1 million pre-orders.



  • Posted by Simonbuck , on 29/08/2013 , @ 03:11pm



    The well-known French retailer  Amazon  has put a list in for it’s new  bundle  of next-generation console by Sony that you never knew existed.

    Inside the bundle will be the new  PS4  controller and two new  DualShock 4 ‘s,  also a copy of the game  Killzone: Shadow Fall  and the new PlayStation 4 Eye camera, all at the figure of  499 € .It is yet another bundle that is unknown but perhaps the most beneficial value for money and what do you think? We’ll see if it will be announced on other European sites.


    PS4 Console 500 GB Black + Killzone: Shadow Fall + Camera + PS4 PS4 Dual Shock 2 controller

    for Sony

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  • Posted by Simonbuck , on 29/08/2013 , @ 02:33pm



    Nintendo has abolished hinges and autostereoscopic 3D displays to create a new handheld console called the 2DS.

    Keen to kick smartphones and tablets off the mobile gaming throne, Ninty has revealed a portable games device that doesn’t sport a clamshell casing and looks a bit like a fondleslab.

     It does feature all the usual DS controls, including a stylus, and, bizarrely perhaps, two separate displays: one 3.5 inches, the other 3.0 inches, as per the original 3DS.

    It is, said Nintendo, a “handheld portal to a world of amazing games and features”. You can say that of any Android or iOS device, of course, and (just about) Windows ones too.

    Conveniently for buyers and sellers of kid-friendly games software, the 2DS runs 3DS and DS titles, of which there are a good 2,000. Well “almost all” of them, according to Nintendo – it’s the ones that require accessories that plug into the Game Boy Advance slots on the previous DS machines’ that won’t run on the new device.

    The 2DS will come in two colour schemes: black-and-blue and red-and-white. Both come with a 4GB SD card. The console is set to go on sale on 12 October. No word yet on UK pricing, but it’ll be $130 in the US, so expect to pay around £100 here. You can pick up the clamshell DSi – conveniently stow in nippers’ luggage – for little more than that.

    Still, it’s cheaper than an iPad or iPhone, so expect Nintendo to shift a fair few this Christmas. But will it reverse the decline of the dedicated mobile games console? Undoubtedly not.



  • Posted by GregoryRasputin , on 29/08/2013 , @ 11:16am


    RockStar have released a brand new GTAV trailer, here it is:


  • Posted by Pirate , on 28/08/2013 , @ 08:30pm


    A minor update to ReactPSN is out. This latest update brings your usual bug fixes and support for CFW 4.43

    To quote:

    No big changes, the average user needless to upgrade. Alter some one. Triangle break mode support to CFW 4.46, DEX 4.46 not supported, has little significance.

    Two fixes:
    L2 Backup
    rap small bug

    [Download via PSX-Scene]

  • Posted by Pirate , on 27/08/2013 , @ 11:47pm


    Another week of updates, here is last week round up of the latest PS3 homebrew releases: