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  1. Got this idea from a other Gaming/Collecting forum i am part of. Here you can post all that Gaming related stuff you bought on eBay,Amazon,Flea Market or other store thingy etc Maybe we are not all leecher and support companys that makes games you/we like
  2. I was checking if this website can help me since i went through several websites that say they have jap bo2 for ps3 but none of them work at all.
  3. Index of Thumbnails <--Exteranl link - or use list below. hosted by libretro I used jdownloader2 for a better'ish speed and the ability to download multiple files at a time. I found it rater difficult to download through the lakka (aka retroarch) interface (RaspberryPi2) so I searched for a way to side-load thumbnails and found this list. List as of post date:
  4. Hello everyone . i just recently hacked my ps3 with recently release ps3 exploit . so im noob to ps3 cfw scene . I need help regarding cheat for ps3 cfw . i already google about it , the more i find the more confuse i get . Artemis , netcheat , ccapi , bsd , eboot.bin , pkg and many more. some of that require CEX or DEX ps3 too work , that make me more confuse. what are the best cheat tool that works with ps3 cfw ?. my ps3 cfw is Rebug 4.81.2 by Thibobo base on tutorial section . thanks in advance and sorry for my bad english .
  5. As the title suggests, are there any recommendations of video game emulators (NES, SNES, GBA, etc.) that are good on the PS3, I've been using SNES9x on the PS3 and it's an awesome emulator, I wonder if there is other emulators that are great on the PS3.
  6. IDPS Dumper (PS3 NAND/NOR) Following the official announcement of the PS3Xploit news (4.81 OFW Exploit), the devs behind the project have fulfilled the promises of releasing the IDPS Dumper for OFW 4.81/4.82 as this release is ready for the public. Now there is many more things being worked surrounding the overall project but this IDPS Dumper works on all models of the PS3 (NOR and NAND, note 12 GB EMMC will be supported soon in an updated release) and no reason not to release this tool. Since PS3 firmware 4.70 Sony had blocked flatz IDPS extracting tool (IDPS Stealer) and there has not been a known way to obtain the IDPS on OFW (4.70 +) consoles , but now this tool can now obtain your PS3's ID, which can have various uses, the tool has been confirmed to work on SuperSlim models by the team. . If you have not read the previous details about the PS3Xploit project, then checkout this official thread to get the firsthand information about this ambitious PS3 project. To get it Working ***IMPORTANT*** ***Do NOT Share your file with anyone publicly! It can be stolen and used to unban someone else's console as it's a specific console identifier, leading to yours being banned. You have been warned!*** It's essential not to flood the browser memory with junk before running the exploit. The reason for this is that due to javascript core memory usage limitations we are scanning several times a small range of browser memory (a few Mb) to find some essential data in RAM, if the memory is flooded then the range to scan becomes much larger & the probabilities that our data is found in the smaller range decrease dramatically.... So in short, never use the browser or set a homepage you cancel before running the exploit! If you need to, set the homepage to 'about:blank', close the browser then reopen it to start the idps dumper. Steps OFW 4.81 Download: HERE OFW 4.82 Download: HERE Setup a small Web server on pc or smartphone. The Python http server is not required for most users, it was provided for developers. Since v0.2.3, all other extra requirements have been removed. Don't come to us for explanations about how to run a http server though. Google it. Extract the files in your http server root folder. Put a fat32 USB key in port closest to BD Drive (/dev_usb000) (***This is the USB Drive CLOSEST to the Optical Drive, on ALL Models***.) Open the PS3 browser & write the IP address of your server (and the port if not 80). Run until PS3 beeps & shutdown. The idps should be on your USB drive as idps.bin. Troubleshooting What if I get this ?: Answer: Add C:\Python27\ to the end of the PATH system variable. What if I get a "capstone" related error?: Answer: Download capstone from HERE, get CMD pointed to the folder you extracted from capstone ("cd C:/Downloads/capstone" for example) and run the command "python setup.py install". What if I run the exploit and nothing happens?: Answer: Keep trying! Reboot the PS3, re-run the exploit, and keep trying. It took me almost 30 tries before it finally worked. It Worked! But what do I do with the file?: Nothing! As of yet! Keep this file safe, as it could be important later down the road when the rest of the exploit becomes public. Thanks to Team PS3Xploit for putting this together! Without his work, we wouldn't have this! Stay tuned for more information and more exploits later down the road!
  7. Downloading and Installling RPCS3 + Firmware CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD LATEST VERSION OF RPCS3 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD LATEST PS3 FIRMWARE INSTALLATION Installing RPCS3: Download the emulator from the link above, open the rar file with winrar and move all of the content to a desired installation folder example "C:\Emulators\RPCS3" run rpcs3.exe so it can create some user config files Installing PS3 Firmware: Download the firmware file from the link above, it should be a ".pup" file, open RPCS3 go to File/Install Firmware and go to the location where you downloaded the .pup firmware file, choose it and RPCS3 should now start installing it, after it is done you can delete the pup file if you want Installing PKG Games: Open RPCS3 go to File/Install .pkg go to the game's pkg file, choose it and RPCS3 should start installing it, after it is done you can delete the pkg file if you want CONFIG CPU PPU Decoder : Interpreter (Fast) OR Recompiler (LLVM) (takes from 1 to 5 minutes to recompile each game when you load it for the first time, but is faster and more precise! So this setting is recommended, it's better to wait five minutes and have a faster game! This only recompiles ONCE PER GAME!) SPU Decoder: Recompiler (ASMJIT) Additional Settings: Bind SPU Threads to secondary cores (Tick this if you have an i3 Processor, otherwise leave it unticked), Lower SPU Thread Priority (Tick this if you have an i3 or i5 Processor, otherwise leave it unticked) Firmware Settings: Automatically Load Required Libraries GPU Renderer: Vulkan Graphics Device: Choose your most powerful GPU if you have multiple Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Framelimit: Auto (don't set to 60 or 30, this might speed up or slow down games that have a fps limiter already set in place) Additional Settings: Tick Write/Read Depth Buffers if you plan on playing Demon's Souls (If a AAA game is having graphical issues tick this and see if it is fixed) Tick Invalidate Cache Every Frame (This improves shadows on a few games, if you have a slow PC untick it and tick only if you have graphical issues related to shadow) Tick Use GPU Texture Scaling (At the moment it only works with OPENGL and we're using VULKAN in this Config, but might as well tick it already for when this gets updated for VULKAN, if you're getting graphical issues related to textures, untick this) Use Vertical Sync (This is optional, turning it off might give you a FPS boost, but you might have screen tearing) Stretch to Display Area (This is optional, this overrides the aspect ratio and stretches the image to the window size so it's not recommended) Resolution: 1920x1080 OR 1280x720 (Other resolutions might not be supported by most games so choose between these two depending on your PCs power CPU/GPU) Debugging Settings: Leave these unticked they're only useful for developers AUDIO Audio Out: If you're on Windows use XAudio2, if you're on Linux use ALSA (OpenAL is faster but has worse quality) Audio Settings: Dump to File: Leave this unticked (This will place all the game's audio files in a folder in a raw wave file) Convert to 16-bit (Tick this if you're having audio issues and see if the issue is fixed) Downmix to Stereo (If you're on Windows tick this if you're only hearing part of the audio, like only voices but no music. If you're on Linux Tick this as it is required with ALSA UNLESS you're using surround speakers) I/O Controller Handler: If you have a Ps4 controller choose Dualshock 4 If you have an Xbox360 or Xbox One controller choose Xinput If you have a Generic USB or PS3 Controller choose MMJoystick Keyboard Handler: Basic Mouse Handler: Basic Camera Input: Leave this unticked as this does nothing yet, but for future reference, this is optional, choose what you want Camera Settings: Leave it unticked as this does nothing yet SYSTEM Console Language: Choose whatever you want, but in certain games you need to change the console language to the game's language for them to boot Console Region: If and when available set to Auto Homebrew: Leave this unticked unless you plan on running homebrew stuff NETWORK Network Status: Leave as Disconected (This only fakes a network status it doesn't actually do anything but that, RPCS3 DOES NOT SUPPORT NETWORK CONNECTIONS YET) EMULATOR Emulator Settings: Exit RPCS3 when process finishes (Optional, this closes the program if a game is closed or crashes) Automatically start games after boot (Tick this, otherwise when you boot a game the game window won't open) Start games in Fullscreen mode (Optional, pretty self explanatory) Show framerate counter in window title (Optional, tick this if you want to see your framerate (fps) in the window title (in the top bar of the window)) UI Configurations: Choose Current Settings UI Settings: You might want to save current settings if you made changes to the UI USEFUL LINKS Game Compatibility List
  8. Looks like ATLUS realized their streaming policy made a lot of people upset and offered an apology. They toned the limitations down some as well. Personally, the biggest aggravation I had was with Demon (Persona lol) Fusion, because I wanted to screenshot a good combo I discovered and use it later when I was higher level. Did you guys think the policy was overdoing it? _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "When Persona 5 launched, we put out a set of video/streaming guidelines that we hoped would limit online spoilers for fans who have yet to play the game. To our surprise, we then saw numerous reactive news articles go up, opinion videos post, and received many emails asking us to please change our Persona 5 streaming/video policy. We recognize that our fans are the reason why the game is the major worldwide success it is, and we continue to want them to be able to enjoy the game without fear of being spoiled. However, we also heard your issues with the guidelines and have decided to revise them. Because we want to give players the most access to the game while respecting the original goal, we’re now asking players to refrain from streaming or posting video past We also want to apologize to those of you who saw the previous guidelines blog post as threatening. We want to be transparent about what we do, and the reason we released the guidelines was to give streamers the right information up front. It was never our intention to threaten people with copyright strikes, but we clearly chose the wrong tone for how to communicate this. Lastly, we want to thank our fans around the world for supporting Persona 5 and ATLUS. The game is a global success because of your passion for the series, and we’re happy that so many of you are enjoying it" [Hidden Content] ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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