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Super Collapse 3 is the latest exploitable game pulled from PSN

If at first you don’t succeed: hack, hack, hack again

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Axe99 | 00:24 - 25 April 2012
@ Etharius - what, like Skype maybe? :P. There are games coming, and we'll hear a lot more at E3 I'm sure. In the meantime, the likes of Uncharted, Wipeout, Everybody's Golf, FIFA, Gravity Daze, Burning Skies, Unit 13, F1 2011, Motorstorm RC, Mortal Kombat, MvC3 and Super Stardust in the first four months of _any_ system is actually almost unparalleled. Ie, you're sledging one of the best launches in the history of gaming for not enough games. A child of the ADHD generation perhaps?

On topic, wish the damn hackers would stay well away. We all know what it's for (piracy - there was _one_ good homebrew game for the PSP, but millions upon millions of pirated games), and it's effectively stealing from the livelihood of game developers. If they really only wanted PSP emulating power from the hack, then why not just play around with a PSP, eh? Pirates are bottom-feeding scum that are a drag on gaming, and hackers are the people that give them their weapons (ie, the arms dealers of the piracy world).
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Etharius | 17:44 - 24 April 2012
*Sigh* Sony need to spend less time worrying about exploits and more time getting something - anything - onto the system to get sales to pick up.

Even PS1 compatibility would be a massive boost at the moment, and that's really scraping the barrel.
 
 
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