Playstation developer Duplex has managed to decrypt PSN games and another Playstation developer ScHeVeNs has released a method of playing PS One games on custom firmware.
PSN games to give everyone something to play for CFW 3.55 .
Fully decrypted .elfs are included as proof and of course for
1.) copy files to FAT32 USB Key/USB Disk
2.) install game *DUPLEX.*.Install.pkg
3.) install patch *DUPLEX.*.Patch.vX.XX.pkg if any
4.) install crack *DUPLEX.*.Crack.pkg
The above images are games already decrypted and working.
I am ScHeVeNs a German PS3 Developer,
I have found a way, to boot any burned PS1 Backup Game, its not very hard to make...
PS3 with 3.55CFW
(maybe also a 3.41 machine, but not tested in moment!) ( I use Rebug 3.55.2 for that )
multiMAN latest version!
PS1 Backup on burned Disk
Start your PS3,
Insert your burned PS1 Copy,
go to filemanager mode,
Press X on ps1_emu.self
Tada, your Ps1 Backup will now boot and you see the PSLogo Bootscreen.
maybe this works also on PS2 Games Backups but i have a PS3 slim....and can not test this!
Have fun with this....
And give $ony a slap in her ..... face.
this is living!!!
( Sry if this the wrong section)
A video showcasing a Playstation One backup running from a disc while using remote play with a PSP.
Initial reports where that no save game was possible, but PS3Hax member CaptainCPS-X released the following method to get save games working.
- DONT open multiMAN
- In the GAME column look for “Memory Card Utility (PS/PS2)”
- Create a PS1 memory card
- Set it to Slot 1 (Press Triangle while selecting the Memory Card, then Assign it)
- Now, run multiMAN
- Insert your backup disc
- Load it
- Memory Card is in Slot 1, no need to mess with it anymore.
And to top it off, PS3 developer deank has updated multiMAN to show the PS One games in XMMB. So now you can launch the games from the game column.
Update is also available online. It should make all PSX discs appear in XMMB Game column.
p.s. If more updates are required/available, you'll find them here.
Special thanks to these developers. Duplex, ScHeVeNs, CaptainCPS-X & deank.
Thanks to psx-scene members alwayshungry & marcux for also reporting this. And TitanTX for you know what.