I just thought of this. Someone has made a homebrew simple game that you can download and play on your PSP 2.0, you save it to the main root folder outside the PSP folder and in your net browser you type in file:escaper/start.html (escaper name of the game) and hit enter and the game started up. now if you can do it this way, maybe it will work with real PSP games downloaded to your PSP like say MGA. If we could find the start file for it (just like PC games have a Launch or Start/Run file you click and would get the game to play) then maybe we could get the games and apps to start up the same way as the escaper game did.
Hey, test it out, and post back. That is very interesting!
I dont know anything about hacking or what to look for so I cant test it.
nah that won't work, but it was a good guess. the browser is only meant to interface with a certain list of file extentions.
what I expect is that someone will exploit some security holes in the browser to get homebrew code to run. if you think about it microsoft's IE has new holes that are found and patched every month, and IE is on version 6. the psp browser is on version 1 and is never updated, so their should be plenty of holes to find and exploit.
and this will only be around long enough until someone comes up with a completely custom firmware built from scratch that does anything we want it to.
Vgchartz has just released their European hardware sales for the month, and the sales are definitely nothing short of interesting. PlayStation 3 fans of the console will find closure in the fact that the PlayStation 3 console has outsold the 360 nearly by a 2:1 margin.
Europe is currently the PlayStation 3 consoles largest market, and it does not go unnoticed that the special starter packs announced back at E3 and the price drops helped to increase the numbers far beyond their earlier primes.
Currently in Europe, there are various starter packs which contain the console, two games made by SCEA and two SixAxis controllers for a very decent price. According to Sony around July of 07, "The choice of first party games available in the Starter Pack will vary to suit the interests of entertainment enthusiasts in each country, but will include million sellers such as launch title Resistance:Fall of Man and MotorStorm". Of course, these starter packs aren’t the only thing to warrant such a high esteem from Europe. There is the vast library of numerous PS3 games which span an entire genre.
With Ratchet & Clank, Folklore, Eye of Judgment released, and Uncharted soon to come in addition to many third party titles, there isn’t really any surprise as to why the reception is showing a significant gain towards the platform in Europe. Hopefully, and likely, the trend will start in Western regions and build upon the numbers further as more and more of these games are released for entertainment enthusiasts.
The following are the Console Weekly Total:
PS3 73,614 1,953,642
PS2 70,057 44,272,772
PSP 51,757 8,641,209
x360 38,212 3,860,039
GBA 5,634 21,296,451
Currently, the Wii is still outselling both the PS3 and x360, but everyone should keep in mind that the main basis for the console of the Wii is a casual market.