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May 24, 2011 // 10:02 am - Huge update today making PS3 Index imho look less crappy. You can now view a large database of PS3, PSP and PSN games, including these fields:

  • Title ID
  • Title
  • PSP System Version
  • Release Name
  • Release Number
  • ISO Size

Still looking for people to submit PS3 games (I was having a problem with it recently). You can use the online submission here (Guide) or use the windows application here to do so.

A dedicated page lists every update published for PS3 games (here) and you can search for the games title id that you need updates for.

Game updates are also available directly from the PS3 database viewer itself.

I'm looking at getting a devkit soon so that I can start making PS3 based applications. One that I would be looking forward to is the dumping of verification data from retail disks. The idea would be that the verification data could be retrieved from online, and used to ensure backups are 100% the same as the original - kind of like abgx does for certain parts of xbox 360 rips.

Quote Originally Posted by SonyWanze View Post
hi there. i've got a request for your database.

1. is it possible to add a menue in the drop-down menu, that shows ALL codes?

This is now possible with the re-vamped PS3 Index.

PS3Index Now Includes PS3, PSP and PSN Games in Database

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#29 - damox - March 23, 2011 // 12:22 am
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Quote Originally Posted by costocart View Post
the list would be more useful if it includes the collection of original eboot and param.

I considered something like this. The eboot.bin files are simply too big for users to upload.

For example, Bulletstorms eboot.bin is nearly 100mb. My collection of 55 games would result in an upload of over 700mb. Whereas my param.sfo files are less than 100kb (for 55 games).

I have thought about including a download link for the param.sfo file, but I'm pretty sure that would be illegal.

#28 - Shadowstitch - March 22, 2011 // 10:10 pm
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nm but can you tell me what the point of the list is?

#27 - costocart - March 22, 2011 // 5:21 pm
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the list would be more useful if it includes the collection of original eboot and param.

#26 - jaykumar2001 - March 22, 2011 // 4:51 pm
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Just an idea, how about allowing users to upload their list and save it as well. Something like online db of Games I have. This would allow me to share my game list with my friends (and see theirs as well). We can also add fields like

"Location" - which HD is the games in
"Working" - Is the game dump working
"Status" - Playing/Dropped
"Progress" - self explanotary

I mean something like anidb, if you know what it is.

#25 - goodone - March 22, 2011 // 3:14 pm
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can some create a program to download English language for PS3 games cause some of them has different language ?

#24 - damox - March 22, 2011 // 2:38 am
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Quote Originally Posted by Shadowstitch View Post
i tried doing more then 1 i can't even do 2 at a time, and can someone tell me the point of this collection?

More than one what ?

#23 - Shadowstitch - March 22, 2011 // 2:02 am
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i tried doing more then 1 i can't even do 2 at a time, and can someone tell me the point of this collection?

#22 - comhen - March 22, 2011 // 1:45 am
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Thanks Damox.

#21 - damox - March 22, 2011 // 1:20 am
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You can view the database at for example, these are the EUR games

The purpose is just to consolidate a list of games with their TITLE and TITLE ID.

AFAIK there is no list that exists that is maintained, or has a great deal of games.

#20 - comhen - March 22, 2011 // 1:06 am
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I don't mean to be ignorant but what will do for us?

I know it allows us to upload the param.sfo files to a database but what would the database be used for or where will it be used?