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Showing posts with label Firmware. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Firmware. Show all posts

Saturday, April 14, 2012

PS Vita 1.67 Firmware Update Rolls Out With Free-To-Play Treasures of Montezuma Game

Following on from the recent firmware updates released by Sony for its PS Vita. Sony has today rolled out another together PS Vita 1.67 together with the consoles first free-to-play game in the form of the puzzler Treasures of Montezuma Blitz.  Treasures of Montezuma Blitz is the latest game based on the popular Treasures of Montezuma franchise and includes new power-ups and challenges for players.


A lot of people look at freemium or free-to-play games and think you have to spend money to be competitive and beat your friends. That’s actually not the case with this game.
We built the game so it is actually really fun whether you’re earning your power-ups by playing a lot and being rewarded in-game for your persistence, or if you are short on time and want the benefits of being a seasoned and dedicated player, you can spent a little to get a short-term power-up. It’s really the best of both worlds since it respects players that have a lot of time, as well as those that don’t.”
With regards the 100MB PS Vita firmware update, details of exactly what it updates or brings to the PS Vita console, are still in the dark as Sony hasn’t yet released any details. However can view a video of the free-to-pay Treasures of Montezuma game over on the PlayStation Blog and the game is now available to download from the PlayStation Store. Enjoy!

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Open CMA R2 (Content Manager Assistant) PS Vita by Virtuous Flame

This is the Open CMA (Content Manager Assistant) tool created by Virtuos Flame that allows you to move your games and other files between the PS Vita and PC without the need for a internet connection.

Download Here.

PS VITA Firmware xTractor

This tool allows you to extract you PSVita firmware from your PSVita using a Windows PC.
Developer: skfu

Download Here

PlayStation Vita 1.66 firmware update rolling out now, minor UI tweaks in tow

Shortly after unleashing (and quickly pulling back) the PS Vita's v1.65 firmware update, Sony's rapidly rolling out a followup release. Version 1.66 brings with it a few UI tweaks, including tidbits such as the addition of a progress bar during app installs, notification alerts now only popping up for three seconds, plus the option to tap Retry / Cancel when running into troubles during location search.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

PS Vita 1.66 Firmware Update Now Available

Following on from Sony’s messy firmware v.1.65 release yesterday, which ended in the new firmware released for their PS Vita gaming console being pulled, after its caused problems for users once installed.Sony have today released a new update version 1.66 firmware update for their PS Vita which they hope will correct the issues.

Experienced before yesterdays roll out and the issues that were caused by version 1.65. Sony has detailed what is now in PS Vita Firmware version 1.66

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Vita Half-Byte Loader - VHBL for Everybody's Tennis Released!





Following the announcement of the next exploitable game on the PS Vita, the Vita Half-Byte Loader (VHBL) for Everybody'a Tennis has been released. Currently, the exploit is only working for EU, US, and JP game versions, while there is currently no HK version fix available. For those of you looking to purchase this game, you are too late as Sony has already removed the game from the online store.



Sunday, February 12, 2012

PS Vita News: VitaTools v1.00

Developer Deroad has released an update to VitaTools for the soon to be released PlayStation Vita. This tool will unpack the PUP files of the Vita and is based on the PS3 tools released by fail 0verflow.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Vita’s fastest selling game: Hot Shots Golf 6 !!



Hot Shots Golf 6 is the first PlayStation Vita to reach 100,000 copies sold mark according to ASCII Media Works. It currently stands at a total of 107,000 copies sold.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Download your PSP games onto your PS Vita with UMD Passport



 


There have been some rumours going around that PSP owners will be able to import their current collection of games to their PlayStation Vita. This has now been confirmed true as Sony announced the UMD Passportprogram. The process, however, will not be free.

The steps in downloading your PSP games isn’t very tedious either. They are as follows (courtesy of Andriasang):

New releases for the Vita Console





With the PS Vita launch in Japan a success, Sony has announced just what games will be available on launch day for those in North America. Games will retail for somewhere between $9.99-$49.99, with some of those being downloadable titles that can be purchased on the Playstation Network, while others will be regular disk based titles available wherever you purchase your games.



Sunday, January 29, 2012

PS Vita Firmware 1.52 Released


The PS Vita has received another minor system software update. Reading over at the official Japanese PlayStation website is the following with no changelog stipulated. However most reports indicate a fix for the 3G PS Vita SIM card recognition. I'm sure we will see a few more minor updates leading up to the EU/US release next month.


Japanese Translate:


System software version 1.52 for PlayStation ® Vita Update

From January 16, 2012, began to update the system software version 1.52.

To become available and some features of the PlayStation ® Network features, updates the system software of PS Vita (Update) is required. PS Vita also system software, by updating, adding and security can be enhanced many features. Please use the update to the latest version.

The main features in system software update version 1.52
The software system has improved the operational stability.

News: SKFU FW 1.52 Status Confirmed


Developer SKFU has taken the leap and updated his PS Vita to the latest firmware 1.52. Many are anticipating a firmware update that will block the recent exploits/findings achieved by Teck4, Wololo & SKFU. SKFU has confirmed that it is safe to update your PS Vita to 1.52 since all exploits are still functioning.










To Quote:
Ok guys we tested the possibilities on firmware 1.52 for a few days now. What I can confirm is the following:

Tech4's exploit still works
Wololo's HBL still works
everything I research atm didn't change from 1.50 to 1.52
If that is fine for you, there's no reason not to update.