Rockstar Responds To Manhunt 2 Uncensor Hack

Rockstar has issued a statement following the discovery of a way to reveal some of the original unedited content in Manhunt 2. They confirm the hack is indeed real (as we found out yesterday) but also explain that the respective edit was only one of the “many” changes made to the M-rated version of Manhunt 2. Multiple edits were made […]

PSPIRC v1.07

Homebrew developer Zx-81 has released an update to PSPIRC, an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client designed for use with the PSP. This release is mainly a maintenance update, patching up a couple bugs and adding a new line edit mode. What’s new in this version? – Bug fix in Danzeff keyboard (characters ? and # weren’t mapped properly) – Bug […]

Play Manhunt 2 On PSP — Uncensored

A group of Russian hackers have found a way to play Manhunt 2 uncensored on the PSP. The process of course requires a homebrew-capable PSP and involves dumping your UMD to hard disk and then modifying a pair of configuration files found inside the ISO file.

Chilly Willy’s Doom PSP v1.1

Homebrew developer Chilly Willy has released an update to his recently released Doom port for the PSP, which as previously mentioned, is compatible with both the regular PSP and PSP Slim, and features TV-Out support. Version 1.1 fixes a couple bugs, and adds the ability to calibrate or disable the analog stick along with two forms of cheats. V1.1 Released […]

PSPWrite v1.0.3

Homebrew developer Zx-81 has released an update to PSPWrite. PSPWrite is a simple to use yet powerful text editor that allows users to edit any ASCII plain-text file on the PSP, either through the included Danzeff virtual keyboard or a wireless IR keyboard. Version 1.0.3 features two new cursor modes, as well as analog support and an option to change […]

Ready To Use PSP Development Kit

Homebrew developer Zx-81 has released a disk image for use with Virtual Box that includes full install of XUbuntu 7.4, complete with a pre-installed PSP SDK, as well as other compiled software such as IDE Kdevelop, GCC, and SDL. This way, instead of waiting hours for the PSP SDK to compile, users can setup a development environment within minutes on […]

Team Memento Readies Memor32 PS2 Memory Card Exploit

A group of presumably Russian-based hackers have announced that they have finished their fully software-based exploit for the PS2. The software planned for release can be installed onto one of the recently shipped Memor32 USB memory cards for PS2. Reportedly, the software will fully unlock any PS2 without the need to install a mod chip, allowing for users to run […]

CPS & Neo Geo Emulators Updated To 2.3.1

Japanese homebrew developer NJ has released new development versions of his CPS1, CPS2, Neo Geo CD, and Neo Geo MVS emulators for the PSP. According to the translated readme, changes have been made to both video and sound emulation. Additionally, NJ has updated the stable 2.2.x branch of his emulators to 2.2.5, which include various bug fixes. Downloads for each […]

PSP Program Template Maker

Darkchild and Roe-Ur-Boat have released a Windows-based utility called PSP Program Template Maker, which essentially allows users to set up a basic build environment for writing a PSP program within one click. * Prepares the MAKEFILE * Makes a Main.c with the includes and if the user wishes, a sample hello world! * Creates a batch file for compiling the […]

PSP Filer 4.0

Homebrew developer Mediumgauge has released an update to PSP Filer, a versatile file management application for the PSP that allows users to easily edit, copy, delete, and move files on the memory stick and flash memory. New to this release is a CPU speed change option, bug fixes, and a UMD ripping feature. version 4.0: MD5 = E93695B4 BE991FA3 47FC252F […]

RCO Editor v1.15b

Zinga Burga has released an update to RCO Editor, a PSP XMB customization program that allows users to replace icons, sounds, text data, and page data found in RCO files on the PSP’s flash memory. This release features support for creating 4 bit and 32 bit GIM files, effectively removing the 256-bit color restriction. Additionally, it is now possible to […]

PSPTHOM v1.1.0

Homebrew developer Zx-81 has released an update to PSPTHOM, a PSP port of Sylvain Huet’s original Thomson TO7 home computer emulator Thom. This release is fully compatible with custom firmware as well as the PSP Slim and Zx has added IR keyboard support, an FPS limit function, a new splash intro screen, bug fixes, and support for ISO 8859-1 characters. […]

ThemePlus! NX v3.01

Homebrew developer NephilimNX has announced that ThemePlus! NX is officially out of beta with the release of version 3.01. For those new to the application, ThemePlus! NX is a custom firmware plugin for the PSP that allows users to easily change their custom theme, wallpaper, and gameboot at timely intervals. First and foremost, this release patches up a major bug […]

PSP GNU Chess v1.0.1

Homebrew developer Zx-81 has released a port of the popular command line chess program GNU Chess to PSP. The initial release features a complete graphical user interface and a single player mode in which players can play chess against the computer. Download PSP GNU Chess v1.0.1 For Custom Firmware / PSP GNU Chess v1.0.1 For Firmware 1.5 PSP GNU CHESS: […]

Custom Firmware Extender 1.81

Cpasjuste has issued a minor update to his Custom Firmware Extender, a custom firmware plugin that allows users to take screenshots in the XMB or while playing a UMD game, capture in-game videos, access USB mass storage, and other various features. Changes in version 1.81 consist primarily of bug fixes, fixing USB host redirection as well as patching up a […]

PSP Wake-On-LAN v2.1

Developer EvilDooinz has released an update to PSP WOL (Wake-On-LAN), a utility that enables users to remotely boot up a PC that is in hibernation mode, standby or even fully powered off by using their PSP. Changes to version 2.1 include a new info splash screen, support for 3.x custom firmwares, and up to 255 hosts are now supported. Download […]

JoySens 1.3

Homebrew developer Raphael has released an update to JoySens, an analog sensitivity plugin for the PSP. This release adds a D-Pad / Analog swap function and provides a fix for analog sticks that completely deny to respond in one or two directions. Changelog – Added a rescaling functionality to fix analog sticks that return too small values in either direction […]

ThemePlus! NX v3.00 Beta 2

Homebrew developer NephilimNX has released an update to ThemePlus! NX, a custom firmware plugin for the PSP that allows users to easily change their custom theme, wallpaper, and gameboot at timely intervals. Still in beta, this release features improved compatibility and optimization improvements over the previous beta release, bringing XMB load times down from 20 seconds to only 2 seconds. […]

JoySens 1.2 For 3.71 M33

Homebrew developer Raphael has rolled out an update to JoySens for custom firmware 3.71 M33 users. JoySens is a plugin that allows PSP users to tweak the analog stick’s sensitivity in various ways, allowing for more precise movement while playing an FPS for example. Aside from preliminary support for 3.71 M33, no other changes are included in this release. Download […]

Handy PSP

Homebrew developer Uberjack has announced the initial release of Handy PSP, an Atari Lynx emulator for PlayStation Portable. It’s written in C and C++ and uses GU (Graphical Utility toolkit) for rendering. Download Handy PSP Handy PSP [Uberjack]