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Thread: F1 2010 is the First PS3 Game to Require 3.42 Firmware?

  1. #41
    lopoz Guest
    Maybe you don't, but plenty of other people are waiting to play the best F1 game since Sony got the F1 license and screwed the genre over a couple of times..

    That said, I'll be checking it out shortly, will post my findings in a couple of minutes..

    Downloaded the RiSq release, can confirm the SFO specifies 3.41

  2. #42
    Jes03 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by twitch View Post
    It's people like this is the reason Sony will try to fight this till there death.
    Well if $ony didnt remove OtherOS a lot of people would be a little happier with them. If they also didn't go back on their word we all might be a little happier with them.

    Until I can play backups and originals online I will not give $ony another cent. Well, how can I give them any money if I cant get on PSN? They are the losers on this deal.

  3. #43
    philjay Guest
    in my opinion is a bad rip... ps3 3 gb? xbox360 6gb?

  4. #44
    nuttynutter123 Guest
    ^^^ all xbox games are the same size... mainly padded though i think...

    PS3 games aren't padded.

  5. #45
    hacked2123 Guest
    Sony should include a script into their game compiler that says "del /dev_hdd/game/launch123456/*.*" It'd be much more effective than, "Please update your system to play"

  6. #46
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    Heh, ixnay on the elitedey hacked2123... jk

  7. #47
    lopoz Guest
    Tried the game on internal HD and it installs fine. Then I get the same controller issue as mentioned before. Skipping through the intro videos works fine, but then the 'connect controller' message pops up.

  8. #48
    GrandpaHomer Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by modiste View Post
    sucks for the average player with no internet connection...
    DOH! Update is on the BD with the game.

  9. #49
    SwedishGojira Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by hacked2123 View Post
    Sony should include a script into their game compiler that says "del /dev_hdd/game/launch123456/*.*" It'd be much more effective than, "Please update your system to play"
    That has already been done on the PSP. I think it was one of the korean releases of the DJ MAX games that deleted the content of the ISO-folder on the memory stick.

  10. #50
    utar Guest
    Has anyone tried unplugging psgroove before loading backup manager and the game?

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