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Does anyone of you have any experience with the semi legal aspects of the PSP (running homebrew, downgrading firmware,...)
Its 2.71 by now (at least for most stuff as far as I understand, including the GBA emulator I am toying around with due to lack of EA Replay around here ;-) ). Some homebrew ever runs up to 2.82 or something like that.I don't have a PSP anymore but I know that you can't run any homebrewed apps/launchers on the PSP if you've upgraded the firmware beyond (I believe) 1.51? So you need a PSP that hasn't been updated or your options will be severely limited.
No, he definitely hasn't. No manufacturer is allowed to kill your machine. He can disallow the use of his service, but not kill the hardware entirely.and if the manufactor disables your system, when you attempt to use his network, he practically has every right to do that
Neither Standoff or Saga require prophecy or another full game to play. The secret ops starter pack is needed for standoff so why would there be any issues hosting another version? Saga is based on the code fore Freespace two which was made public (the source code)... But making the port to the Xbox is probably more trouble than it's worth anyway.The console is your property, however since you are treating it in a manner wich it was not meant for, you lose warranty, you violated a license agreement.
So you are no longer able to play online, using the manufactors network, or get any support, and if the manufactor disables your system, when you attempt to use his network, he practically has every right to do that
But, what about converting a game you do own, or downloading a rom when you own an original cartridge? or a freeware game?
Would it be okay to get Standoff or Saga running on an Xbox?
Say a .xbe was ever compiled, for prophecy, would CIC host it?