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Showing posts with label 1.67 hacked. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 1.67 hacked. Show all posts

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Game Used For PS Vita 1.67 Exploit Has Been Revealed


Wololo has revealed which game he used to get VHBL running on PS Vita's 1.67 firmware, and its only a matter of time until Sony remove the game, details inside.......

On his official blog Wololo confirms that the game used to get VHBL running on the PS Vita is Super Collapse 3!

Official statement is as follows:
Insert here random rant for Sony.
Insert here weird explanation on why people should buy the PSP game Super Collapse 3 on their Vita. Implicitly make it clear that this is the next game being used for VHBL.
Don’t forget to thank thecobra for his exploit and the port.
Mention that the game is mostly unavailable for the vita in Europe/Asia, but has been so far spotted in the US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Finland, Czech, Sweden, and Poland.  Tell people to wait a bit more for the VHBL files.

Its obvious Sony will remove the game from the Playstation Store VERY soon so stay posted for a "Sony removes Super Collapse 3! from the PSN store article"

This seems to be a great news.Excited ?
Let us know in the comments.
Go game. . .

Monday, April 16, 2012

PS Vita Firmware 1.67 Gets Hacked.New hello world on PS Vita 1.67, and vhbl on the way.

Hope you didn’t wait too long since our last VHBL release a bit more than 2 weeks ago… This is a new PSP user mode exploit by thecobra (also discovered a while ago by WosRet), which I confirmed runs on a PS Vita with Firmware 1.67. Unlike Motorstorm and Everybody’s Tennis, this game is available in the US store as well as some other countries (details to come).
Thecobra already ported VHBL to this exploit, and we already have something running, that just needs a few tweaks here and there before being released. So far I didn’t see anything that would prevent HBL from running on Vita 1.67, but that will need to be fully confirmed in the days to come.
The name of the exploited game is obviously kept a secret until the public announcement, and if you don’t want to miss the release, remember that history repeats itself. Sony will most likely remove the game within hours following the announcement, so stay tuned.