PSVita Hacked – PS Vita Emulators
Ps Vita emulators has learnt the PSvita has been hacked again, as more people look to find the ultimate PS Vita emulator.
Sony recently found out that two of its games allowed the Sony Vita to run homebrew software.
It quickly pulled Motorstorm Arctic Rift and Hot Shots Everybody’s Tennis from the PSN store to patch up the Vita firmware to 1.67 . It now turns out that the two games were apparently not the only ones that were vulnerable. There is now a completely new video that has sprung up, of a Playstation Vita running the hack post-patch, but using a different one of their games – mmmm….
The name of the said hacked game has not been widely disseminated as of yet, and we presume to delay any more Sony updates. There have been rumors swirling around that a custom firmware is in the works. But as always, if you find the prospect of homebrew more appealing than the magic of PSN, hold off from updating. Wait until all the facts have come in and can be analysed.
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We can reveal that it is Tetris lookalike Super Collapse 3 which has been the latest title Sony has pulled from sale through the PlayStation Store for the PS Vita, due to the new PS vita emulator on the block.
The vulnerabilities that are in question allow Wololo’s Vita Half-Byte Loader (VHBL) to be run through the game. The VHBL itself allows for peoples home made games to be played on the Sony PSP emulator within the PS Vita.
It has been some months since the first signs of PS Vita emulators being made. See our earlier post describing the first of the PS Vita Emulators demo
The Sony Vita is the new handheld game console manufactured and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment, that has been widely acclaimed as an excellent bit of kit. It is the successor to the PlayStation Portable as part of the PlayStation brand of gaming devices.
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