i'm sure theres a way of getting around this.
we used to have no problem stopping updates so i'm sure this wont be a problem either.
When everyone got all excited about the 'JIG', I already thought about PSN and PS Store, and now it seems that the 'JIG' is useless unless you got two PS3's and don't care about playing online with one. (But everyone plays online these days, so...)
I'm sure Sony pulls these logs everytime you log into PSN to make sure you aren't using some sort of cheating device while playing, say, Call of Duty, like the old GameSharks or Pro Action Replays. All they'd need to do is compare the device IDs to a know list of allowable/blacklisted devices and bam, insta-ban. It'd look highly suspicious if all of a sudden hundreds of JIGs were suddenly showing up on PSN.
Well I was DEFINATELY gonna get a "OFFLINE" PS3 & one for "ONLINE GAMING", Personally I think this would work on 3.41 until "THE UPDATE" which hopefully we have sorted something out by then, it stops SOFTWARE UPDATES, so an offline PS3 works? but who is saying the game would work with no update?? there are a lot of games you could back up and play until now tho...
So excited lol, cant wait until YOU GUYS get hold of one.
08-23-2010 #29Banned User
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- May 2007
This is just like the 360, you are going to need 2 consoles, one untouched for online, and one to play backups, get used to it, its the way it will be for a long time, personally for me, backups are more important, my online 360 has barely been used.
Someone say homebrew?
XBMC (Para PS3)
Brute-Force apps with GPU support (and network too )
Dedicated 'offline' PSN server mode? (Just being hopeful)
Ext2/3/4 FS support (maybe not efficiently, but it will be done)
Permanent Custom Firmwares (created from GeoHot's method + homebrew)
Multiple Video out support per title (Borderlands per-say, does scaling dependent on resolution so HDMI would be 720P, component would be 720P, and then resolution would be 2360x720P)
Just got to get an SDK, and a 'boot-stick' and I'll be ready to work on 'em all