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Topics - Raysie

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1
General Chat / Hey Guys
« on: May 25, 2012, 04:00:05 AM »
Hey guys, how are we? Finally got a little bit of time on my hands at the moment and just wanted to drop by and see how everyone was going.

I can see there are a few new faces in the forums. Say hey and tell me a bit about yourself. :)

It looks like the hit of Megaupload etc. being shutdown got us big time, however it's great to all the re-uploads that have occurred. It'll take more than that to get rid of us!

2
Random / Merry Christmas from Oz
« on: December 24, 2011, 06:20:30 PM »
Merry Christmas from Australia guys! Hope you and your families have a great day. :)

3
General Chat / Thanks for the Good Times
« on: September 10, 2011, 10:05:08 PM »
Hey guys, firstly wanted to aplogise for being so in-active for easily 2 months now. I've been working full-time for the last month or so now and truly haven't had the time to be active in the forums. Anyway, I think now is the right time for me to move on and see the Moderation staff and community evolve even more here at 128bitme.

The one thing I always preached as a Staff member was that if you wanted the title, you had to back it up by actually doing the job. Clearly I haven't been doing that for the last 2 months now. I originally thought after getting a full-time job that maybe after a week or so I'd find the time to return to this forum and hopefully still be active. Sadly it just wasn't possible. By the time I get home at the night I'm just so tired I truly just don't have the energy to login to 128bitme and moderate the forums.

I love this place; Every time I login I see the great memories of years gone past at TPC and PBT. I remember registering for the first time at TPC as a 17 year old teen not really knowing where my life was at. Times were tough for me at the time and to be honest TPC filled a vacancy in my life. I would log in daily and truly was just appreciative of even having the opportunity to talk to and meet so many great people in the forums. I truly didn't think joining a site just to download a Digimon game for the Gamecube would have allowed meet so many great people. Thanks to Chatterx (Who I still silently thank to this day for suggesting me to be a Moderator all the way back in 2009), my joy and responsibilities at TPC grew from that day and I personally loved every moment of it. 

As for my memories at PBT, where do I start? Myself and Rooskie had been jokingly talking about creating a PS2 site for some  time. We finally decided to grow some balls and created (What in my opinion) was/is the greatest PS2 ISO site on the internet. Thanks to some really awesome dedicated uploaders, in the space of a few months we had already thousands of PS2 games downloadable. I loved the site so much - It was that much more sweeter knowing I had a hand in its creation and its everyday life. I felt like the father of the site, rather than the uncle like I did at TPC.... If that makes sense? LOL

A big thanks goes to my good friend Rooskie though; I learned a lot from him from my time here, but best of all gained a good friend. I really can't say a bad thing about him to be honest. He's probably the smartest guy I know. I've probably called him a freak (In a good way) a million times just because he seems to know just about everything. All I can say is this forum is extremely lucky to have Rooskie as an Admin here, as the site will always be in safe hands as long as Rooskie is around.

Leaving it at that, it's time for me to move onto the next stage of my life and say goodbye for at least now. I thank everybody I had the chance to meet here within the forums and thank the close friends I made during my time here. Hopefully I find the time to at least login and post every now and then within the forums and just have fun.

Kind Regards,
Raysie.

5
NTSC-U Downloads / MOVED: (PS2) Dark Chronicle (PAL)
« on: August 13, 2011, 11:06:30 PM »

6
Random / Happy Birthday to Rooskie!
« on: August 02, 2011, 07:31:00 PM »
I know it's not August 3rd in Rooskie Land at the moment, but it is here down under! So a big Happy Birthday to Rooskie!

8
Game Reviews / Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY Review - Raysie
« on: July 21, 2011, 04:34:44 AM »

As soon as I heard of its announcement, I knew it was that perfect device that just needed to be in my pocket. It would finally solve my problem of always carrying my iPhone 3G and PSPgo everywhere I went. After a while we found out it wasn't really a PSPhone - Just a Playstation Certified phone that was pretty much your standard Android device with a Sony branded gamepad that slides out from underneath. Sounds pretty lame in theory doesn't it? In reality though, it couldn't be far from the truth. More to where the gameplay shines later though.

The Xperia PLAY is my first Android phone, after being an iPhone 3G user for the last 6 months. The iPhone had its downsides and upsides, but all in all I was quite content with it. It wasn't until the iPhone's battery failure of late that forced me to look at other phones available. The Xperia PLAY was a phone I always wanted, but it seemed every review I read/viewed never really thought of the phone positively. The reviews and price kept me wary that my dreams of owning an Xperia PLAY anytime soon wasn't going to happen. My constant ignorance on the matter paved through though as it wasn't long until I ended up purchasing a used Xperia PLAY on eBay for $385AUD.

I've been in pretty bad form though when it's come to buying portable gadgets lately. Most of the time I'd just be there staring at the gadget/portable game console and just staring at it saying, "Now what do I do?". I didn't get that negative feeling from the Xperia Play though. From since I purchased the Xperia PLAY to this current moment, I just haven't been able to get it out of my sights. It allows me to play my favorite apps I was playing on my iPhone (Like Angry Birds for example), has amazing compatibility with emulators and best of all, wait for it... wait for it... No iTunes! Remember the days when you used to download an mp3 song online and then send it to your SD card via your PC/Laptop by simply dragging and dropping? Well that is possible with Xperia PLAY, and all Android phones for that matter! No longer are there the days where I could only send a song from a certain PC of mine rather than the more convenient option of sometimes using another PC I own. Sorry Apple fans/users, just saying it how it is.

Onto what the Xperia PLAY is really about now- Gaming. In terms of physical power, the Xperia Play doesn't offer any more than any other current Android phone on the market. Actually, if anything, it's quite low end in terms of power compared to the high end Android phones which are running on dual core processors at the moment. The Xperia PLAY makes up for it though by adding one simple feature that no "real" gamer can live without out - Buttons! Yep, buttons. The Xperia PLAY currently has very little 'Xperia Play Optimized' games, and games like Bruce Lee definitely aren't going to sell Xperia PLAY's that's for sure. There are some hidden gems though, like the Xperia PLAY optimized Age of Zombies game. I've played this game on my iPhone before, and it was slightly slower and of course you were forced to use the touch screen with virtual analogue sticks to move your character. With the PLAY, the speed of Age of Zombies was perfect while using the touchpad analogue sticks on the gamepad made me look like a pro!

But we all know why we really want the Xperia PLAY - Emulation. Emulation on the Xperia PLAY is awesome! As mentioned, the Xperia PLAY is far from being the most powerful of Android phones, but it doesn't stop it from being able to run PS1 and N64 amazingly well. Every PS1 game I've played on the Xperia PLAY using FPSE (A PS1 emulator) have all ran at 95-100% with the only issues ever really arising was sound bugs every now and then. Practically every other emulator based off a console made before the PS1/N64, as expected, works amazing and perfect. Assigning buttons from your gamepad rather than your touchscreen is an ease, and playing emulators via buttons rather than tapping virtual buttons on a touchscreen is what makes the Xperia PLAY awesome and splits it apart from other Android phones and Apple branded devices on the market.In the end that's what makes a device these days, splitting it apart from the logjam of other similar products.

On to the phone side of things - As a phone it's pretty standard. It doesn't provide anything less and it doesn't really provide you anything more. I personally found using an iPhone 3G for the phone features to be more convenient with the little things than the Xperia PLAY, maybe it's just me but I found using an iPhone to make calls a whole lot more quicker.

The speakers on the Xperia PLAY are absolutely amazing. I've never heard something so loud and crisp on a portable device as I have on the Xperia PLAY. Playing games and hearing music without headphones is now a joy.

If you are looking for something new, have money to spend, a fan of emulation and gaming in general then the Xperia PLAY is for you. I haven't been able to get it out of my sight yet and don't plan to. It's a phone with that 'WOW!' factor that doesn't seem to fail to impress when showing it to friends and family.

9
Pokemon Game Headed to iOS and Android (Yes, Really)
By Chris Pereira on 07/05/2011

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A Pokemon game is headed to smartphones, and not by way of some unknown, foreign developer snubbing its nose at copyright laws.

The Pokemon Company recently announced on its website that Pokemon Say Tap? is coming to iOS and Android devices in Japan this summer. Besides the small graphic below, there are no images of the game as of yet, which sounds like a rhythm game that has you tapping on Pokemon cards. It'll be available free of charge.

It's a surprising decision to see Pokemon come to iOS, given that the iPhone and iPod Touch are arguably direct competitors to the DS and 3DS. (Many would even say they are cannibalizing the handheld games market.) Throw in the fact that the game is free -- a model that Nintendo President Satoru Iwata is not a fan of -- and this is just bizarre. It's not, however, the first time Pokemon have appeared on a non-Nintendo platform; remember that the Japan-only mobile application/game Pokemate was released in 2006.

According to GamesRadar, the game will make use of music from the Black & White anime TV series. In other words, it doesn't seem terribly likely that this is something that will ever be officially sanctioned for release elsewhere in the world. GR does point out it's not especially difficult to make a Japanese iTunes account, so it might be possible to get the game in foreign markets without much effort.

The 3DS eShop launch brought with it the freebie Pokedex 3D. With the 3DS not selling as well as Nintendo had hoped, you would think it would do all it can to provide the system with more exclusive content. Giving away a game on smartphones doesn't seem to make much sense even if it is something relatively small and insignificant.

10
Random / Nickname Change Thread
« on: July 02, 2011, 12:11:30 AM »
There's been a few requests from users within the forum to get a thread like this up, as recently a fair few members have changed their nicks and it's just becoming too much to keep up.

So users who've had their nick changed before, please post here and let us know what your previous nick was so we can refer to this thread whenever we've forgotten who you were.

Also users that want to change their nick, you can also use this thread to request. You can also request by PMing an Admin. Keep in mind that there are 2 fields in your profile that refer to your username. Username will change both the name that you login with and the name that shows to other users. Name will change just your display name. For instance Rooskie is not my username as I use a slightly different one to login with, but you all see Rooskie as my name. We can do either for you, but changing your username (so your login name too) will reset your password and mail you the new one.  From there you are free to change your password to whatever you want.  Staff are not made aware of your password, old or newly assigned, when making this change.

Nickname Changes:
Undead Testes: The artist formerly known as "Luv To Pirate", "Pointy Stick", "TBC", and "To Be Continued".
TASE: Formerly known as "heyappleknife/goonielover14".
Vanwa:  The artist formerly known as "Armageddan" and "Armexis".
kidxmuscle:  The artist formerly known as "demonicfox666".
Jericho727: Formerly known as "wallofjericoXtreme".
Slisk: Formerly known as "MrSlisk".
RedPhoenix: the artist formerly known as "SEGAdicto".
Broly:  the artist formerly known as "jason_cool".
Virtus: the artist formerly known as "WiiGamin" and "Bob Johnson".
Sora: the artist formerly known as alexbip15

11
Random / MOVED: Sony network attacked again, hackers claim
« on: June 02, 2011, 11:26:28 PM »

12
Gaming Lounge / Pokemon Black/White and Final Fantasy IV (DS)
« on: June 02, 2011, 11:11:35 PM »
My brother's been playing the remake version of FFIV on his DS lately and very quickly I began to hear quite a similar theme sounding from his DS. My first thoughts were he was playing Pokemon Black/White, as the theme sounded so very familiar and reminded me of Pokemon Black/White almost instantly.

I then headed to the all-Godly Google for answers. But not one person had seemed to have thought or even questioned if FFIV and Pokemon B/W were using the same theme in their games. So I headed to Youtube and researched until I could find both tunes. I eventually did and if you please, have a hear of it yourself.

FFIV:

Final Fantasy IV OST : 6 - Town Theme


Pokemon B/W:

Pokemon Black & White - Nuvema Town


Yes, they're slightly different. But the similarities are huge. My biggest surprise of all has been no one on the net hasn't thought the same as of yet. Let me know if I'm the only one that thinks the two themes sound alike. LOL

13
PAL Downloads / MOVED: PLEASE READ IT !!
« on: June 01, 2011, 06:30:37 AM »
This topic has been moved to PS2.

http://128bit.me/index.php?topic=18621.0

14
PS2 Downloads / ESR Compatibility List
« on: May 31, 2011, 07:37:29 PM »

If you have contributions please post them below with the following information:
-Game Name
-Region
-Any Modifications (DVD5 for example)
-Whether it works or doesn't
-Specific settings needed to get the game to run if applicable

#
Title
Region
Result
.hack//INFECTION (Part 1)
NTSC-U
Works
.hack//MUTATION (Part 2)
NTSC-U
Works
.hack//OUTBREAK (Part 3)
NTSC-U
Works
.hack//Quarantine (Part 4)
NTSC-U
Works
007: From Russia With Love
NTSC-U
Works
187: Ride or Die
NTSC-U
Works
25 to Life
NTSC-U
Works
A
Title
Region
Result
Airblade
PAL
Works
Air Force Delta Strike
NTSC-U
Works
All-Star Baseball 2003
NTSC-U
Works
Alone in the Dark
NTSC-U
Works
Alvin And The Chipmunks
NTSC-U
Works
AMF Xtreme Bowling (DVD)
NTSC-U
Works

Must enable ESR option, "disable ESR after first IOP Reset"

Amplitude
NTSC-U
Partially Works
Ar Tonelico: Melody of Elemia
NTSC-U
Works
Ar Tonelico 2: Melody of Metafalica
NTSC-U
Works
Arc The Lad: End of Darkness
NTSC-U
Works
Arc The Lad: Twilight of the Spirits
NTSC-U
Works
Arcana Heart
NTSC-U
Works
Armored Core 2
NTSC-U
Works
Art of Fighting Anthology
NTSC-U
Works
Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana
NTSC-U
Works
Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny
NTSC-U
Works
Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm
NTSC-U
Works
B
Title
Region
Result
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II
NTSC-U
Works
Barbie Horse Adventures: Riding Camp
NTSC-U
Works
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat
NTSC-U
Works
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood
NTSC-U
Works
Black
NTSC-U
Works
Bloodrayne
NTSC-U
Works
Bloodrayne 2
NTSC-U
Doesn't Work
BMX XXX
NTSC-U
Works
Brave: Search For Spirit Dancer
NTSC-U
Works
Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter
NTSC-U
Works
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30
NTSC-U
Works
Bujingai: The Forsaken City
NTSC-U
Works
Bully
NTSC-U
Works
Burnout 3: Takedown
NTSC-U
Works
Burnout Revenge
NTSC-U
Works
Burnout Dominator
NTSC-U
Works
C
Title
Region
Result
Call of Duty 2: Big Red One
NTSC-U
Works
Call of Duty 3
NTSC-U
Works
Call of Duty 3
NTSC-U
Works
Call of Duty Finest Hour
NTSC-U
Works
Call of Duty World at War
NTSC-U
Works
Capcom Fighting Evolution
NTSC-U
Works
Cars
NTSC-U
Works
Castlevania Curse of Darkness
NTSC-U
Works
Castlevania Lament of Innocence
NTSC-U
Works
Champions Return to Arms
NTSC-U
Works
Chaos Wars
NTSC-U
Works
Cold Fear
NTSC-U
Works
Cold Winter
NTSC-U
Works
Colin McRae Rally 2004
NTSC-U
Works
Colosseum: Road to Freedom
NTSC-U
Works
Conflict Desert Storm
NTSC-U
Works
Contra: Shattered Soldier
NTSC-U
Works
Crimson Sea 2
NTSC-U
Works
D
Title
Region
Result
Dance Dance Revolution X2
NTSC-U
Works
Dark Cloud
NTSC-U
Works
Dark Cloud 2
NTSC-U
Works
Dawn of Mana
NTSC-U
Works
Dead to Rights
NTSC-U
Works
Dead to Rights II
NTSC-U
Works
Death By Degrees
NTSC-U
Works
Def Jam: Fight For NY
NTSC-U
Works
Destroy All Humans
NTSC-U
Works
Destroy All Humans 2
NTSC-U
Works
Devil May Cry
NTSC-U
Works
Devil May Cry 2
NTSC-U
Works
Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition
NTSC-U
Works
Digimon World Data Squad
NTSC-U
Works
Digital Devil Saga
NTSC-U
Works
Dino Stalker
NTSC-U
Works
Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
NTSC-U
Works
Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories
NTSC-U
Works
Downhill Domination
NTSC-U
Works
Downhill Domination
PAL
Doesn't Work
Dragon Ball Z Budokai 2
NTSC-U
Works
Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3
NTSC-U
Works
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2
NTSC-U
Works
Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3
NTSC-U
Works
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
NTSC-U
Works
Drakan: The Ancient City
NTSC-U
Works
Drakengard
NTSC-U
Works
Drakengard 2
NTSC-U
Works
Driver 3 (Driv3r)
NTSC-U
Works
Dropship: United Peace Force
NTSC-U
Works
Dual Hearts
NTSC-U
Works
Dynasty Warriors 5
NTSC-U
Works
Dynasty Warriors 6
NTSC-U
Works
Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2
NTSC-U
Works
E
Title
Region
Result
Endgame
NTSC-U
Works
Escape From Monkey Island
NTSC-U
Works
Eternal Poison
NTSC-U
Works
Eureka Seven Vol. 1: The New Wave
NTSC-U
Works
Eureka Seven Vol. 2: The New Vision
NTSC-U
Works
F
Title
Region
Result
Family Feud
NTSC-U
Works
Family Guy
NTSC-U
Works
Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 1
NTSC-U
Works
Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 2
NTSC-U
Works
Fight Night Round 3
NTSC-U
Works
Final Fantasy VII : Dirge of Cerberus
NTSC-U
Works
Final Fantasy X
NTSC-U
Works
Final Fantasy X International
NTSC-J
Works
Final Fantasy X-2
NTSC-U
Works
Final Fantasy XII Collector's Edition
NTSC-U
Works
Final Fantasy XII
NTSC-U
Works
Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job System
NTSC-J
Works
Firefighter F.D. 18
NTSC-U
Works
Fire Pro Wrestling
NTSC-U
Works
Flat Out 2
NTSC-U
Works
Flow: Urban Dance Uprising
NTSC-U
Works
Frogger: The Great Quest
NTSC-U
Works
Freedom Fighters
NTSC-U
Works
Fugitive Hunter: War on Terror
NTSC-U
Works
Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel
NTSC-U
Works
Futurama
NTSC-U
Works
G
Title
Region
Result
Gauntlet: Seven Sorrows
NTSC-U
Works
Genji: Dawn of the Samurai
NTSC-U
Works
Ghostbusters The Video Game
NTSC-U
Works
Gitaroo Man
NTSC-U
Works
Gladius
NTSC-U
Works
God of War
NTSC-U
Works
God of War 2
NTSC-U
Works
God of War 2
PAL
Works
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
NTSC-U
Works
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (1st Release)
NTSC-U
Works
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
NTSC-U
Works
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
NTSC-U
Works
Gran Turismo 4
NTSC-U
Works
Gran Turismo 4
PAL
Works
Grandia II
NTSC-U
Works
Grandia III
NTSC-U
Works
Grandia Xtreme
NTSC-U
Works
Grimgrimoire
NTSC-U
Works
Growlanser Generations - Growlanser II: The Sense of Justice
NTSC-U
Works
Growlanser Generations - Growlanser III: The Dual Darkness
PAL
Doesn't Work
Growlanser: Heritage of War
NTSC-U
Works
Guitar Hero Encore: Rock the 80s
NTSC-U
Works
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
NTSC-U
Works
Gundam Battle Assault 3 Featuring Gundam Seed
NTSC-U
Works
H
Title
Region
Result
Half-Life
NTSC-U
Works
Herdy Gerdy
NTSC-U
Works
Heroes of Might & Magic: Quest for the Dragonbone Staff
NTSC-U
Doesn't Work
Hitman: Blood Money
NTSC-U
Works
Hitman: Silent Assassin
NTSC-U
Works
Hot Shot Golf FORE!
NTSC-U
Works
I
Title
Region
Result
Inuyasha: Feudal Combat
NTSC-U
Works
Inuyasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask
NTSC-U
Works
J
Title
Region
Result
Jade Cacoon 2
PAL
Works
Jak and Daxter
PAL
Doesn't Work
Jak II
NTSC-U
Doesn't Work
Jak 3
NTSC-U
Works
Jak X: Combat Racing
NTSC-U
Works
James Bond 007: NightFire
NTSC-U
Works
Just Cause
NTSC-U
Works
K
Title
Region
Result
Killer 7
NTSC-U
Works
Killzone
NTSC-U
Works
Kingdom Hearts
NTSC-U
Works
Kingdom Hearts
PAL
Works
Kingdom Hearts 2
NTSC-U
Works
Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix
NTSC-J
Works
Kingdom Hearts RE: Chain of Memories
NTSC-U
Works
King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match, The
NTSC-U
Works
King of Fighters 2006, The
NTSC-U
Works
KOF: Maximum Impact
NTSC-U
Works
L
Title
Region
Result
La Pucelle Tactics
NTSC-U
Works
Legacy of Kain: Defiance
NTSC-U
Works
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 2
NTSC-U
Works
Legaia 2: Dual Saga
NTSC-U
Works
Legend of Kay
NTSC-U
Works
Legion: Legend of Excalibur
NTSC-U
Works
Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest
NTSC-U
Works
Lord of the Rings: The Third Age
NTSC-U
Works
Low Rider
NTSC-U
Works
Lupin the 3rd: Treasure of the Sorcerer King
NTSC-U
Works
M
Title
Region
Result
Madden NFL 2004
NTSC-U
Works
Mafia
NTSC-U
Works
Magna Carta: Tears of Blood
NTSC-U
Works
Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome
NTSC-U
Works
Mana Khemia: Alchemist of Al-Revis
NTSC-U
Works
Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy
NTSC-U
Works
Manhunt
NTSC-U
Works
Marvel vs Capcom 2
NTSC-U
Works
Maximo vs Army of Zin
NTSC-U
Works
McFarlane's Evil Prophecy
NTSC-U
Works
MDK2 Armageddon
NTSC-U
Works
Medal of Honor: European Assault
NTSC-U
Works
Mega Man X7
NTSC-U
Works
Mega Man X8
NTSC-U
Works
Mega Man X Collection
NTSC-U
Works
Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction
NTSC-U
Works
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames
NTSC-U
Works
Metal Arms: Glitch in the System
NTSC-U
Works
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
NTSC-U
Works
Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
NTSC-U
Doesn't Work
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
NTSC-U
Works
Metal Saga
NTSC-U
Works
Metal Slug Anthology
NTSC-U
Works
Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition
NTSC-U
Works
Minority Report
NTSC-U
Works
Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space
NTSC-U
Works
Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs Zeon
NTSC-U
Works
Mobile Suit Gundam: Zeonic Front
NTSC-U
Works
Monopoly Party
NTSC-U
Works
Monster House
NTSC-U
Works
Monsters Inc. Scare Island
NTSC-U
Works
Monster Hunter
NTSC-U
Works
Monster Rancher 4
NTSC-U
Works
Mortal Kombat Armageddon
NTSC-U
Works
Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance
NTSC-U
Works
Mortal Kombat Deception
NTSC-U
Works
Mortal Kombat Deception: Sub-Zero Bonus Disk
NTSC-U
Works
Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks
NTSC-U
Works
MS Saga: A New Dawn
NTSC-U
Works
MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch
NTSC-U
Works
MX vs. ATV Unleashed
NTSC-U
Works
MX vs ATV Untamed
NTSC-U
Works
N
Title
Region
Result
Namco X Capcom (English Patched)
NTSC-J
Works
Narc
NTSC-J
Works
Naruto Ultimate Ninja 3
NTSC-U
Works
Naruto Ultimate Ninja 4
NTSC-U
Works
Naruto Ultimate Ninja 5
PAL
Works
Naruto: Uzumaki Chronicles
NTSC-U
Works
Naruto: Uzumaki Chronicles 2
NTSC-U
Works
Naval Ops Commander
NTSC-U
Works
NBA 2K11
NTSC-U
Works
Neo Geo Battle Coliseum
NTSC-U
Works
NHL 2K10
NTSC-U
Works
Nightmare of Druaga
NTSC-U
Works
Need for Speed Undercover
PAL
Works
O
Title
Region
Result
Odin Sphere
NTSC-U
Works
Okami
NTSC-U
Works
One Piece Pirate's Carnival
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Orphen: Scion of Sorcery
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Outlaw Golf
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Outlaw Tennis
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Pac-Man Fever (DVD)
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Pac-Man World 2
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Pac-Man World 3
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Persona 3 FES
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PES 2010
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Phantasy Star Universe
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Phantasy Star Universe: Ambition of the Illuminous
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Phantom Brave
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Psychonauts
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Pinball Hall Of Fame: The Gottlieb Collection (DVD)
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Playboy The Mansion
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PsiOps: The Mindgate Conspiracy
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Radiata Stories
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Rampage: Total Destruction
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Ratchet & Clank
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Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando
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Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal
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Ratchet: Deadlocked
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Red Dead Revolver
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Resident Evil Dead Aim
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Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Operation Resurrection
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Rogue Galaxy
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Rogue Galaxy Director's Cut
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Romancing Saga
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Rumble Roses
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Scooby-Doo!: Night of 100 Frights
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Scorpion King: Rise of the Akkadian
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Secret Agent Clank
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Sega Genesis Collection
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Serious Sam: Next Encounter
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Shadow Hearts
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Shadow Hearts II: Covenant
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Shadow Hearts 3: From The New World
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Shadow of the Colossus
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Shaman King: Power of Spirits
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Shellshock Nam '67
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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner
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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
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Shining Force EXA
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Shining Force NEO
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Shining Tears
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Shinobi
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Showdown: Legends of Wrestling
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Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
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Silent Hill 2 (Greatest Hits)
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Silent Hill 4: The Room
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Simpsons: Road Rage, The
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Simpsons Skateboarding, The
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Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus
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Sly 2: Band of Thieves
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Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
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Sniper Elite
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SOCOM Combined Assault
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SOCOM US Navy SEALs
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Soul Calibur 2
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Soul Nomad & The World Eaters
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Space Channel 5 Special Edition
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Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy
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Splatter Master
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Spyro: A Hero's Tail
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Sonic Gems Collection
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Sonic Mega Collection
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Sonic Unleashed
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SSX On Tour
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Star Ocean: Till the End of Time (2 disks)
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Star Trek Shattered Universe
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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
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Steambot Chronicles
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Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity
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Stolen
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The Fast and the Furious
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The Getaway
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The Incredibles
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Latest Gaming News / Rumour: NGP to be named PlayStation Vita?
« on: May 30, 2011, 12:08:44 AM »
Rumour: NGP to be named PlayStation Vita?
By Gameplanet Staff on Monday 30 May, 2011

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Scanned images of an E3 promotional sheet for Sony's new handheld gaming device, codenamed NGP, have appeared on the internet. The images show what could be the final name of the device: PlayStation Vita.

Vita is the Latin and Italian word for "life".

This should be considered simply rumour at this stage – it's entirely possible the images are fake – but there is some evidence in support of the idea, in the form of internet domain name registrations made by a domain holding company known to be used by Sony. The company registered playstationvita.com and psvita.com on 19th April this year.

If true, the name would suggest a shift in PlayStation brand strategy. Previous devices have all used much more straightforward names – PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable. Perhaps "PSP2" would be too easily confused with "PS2", or it could also suggest Sony wants to position the NGP as a fresh start for its portable gaming ambitions, and not merely a sequel to the PSP. The name "Vita" conjures up connotations of a healthy lifestyle (as in 'vitamins' and 'Vita-Weat' biscuits) – if this is real, Sony's marketing team has clearly been busy with its focus groups.

Expect to see this confirmed or denied when Sony details the NGP launch at E3 next week.
Not the greatest name. But I'm already slowly coming around and kind of liking it.

At first I thought why not just name it PSP2? But I think I've found out why. I don't think Sony want to stop selling PSPs and naming a successor PSP2 will all but stop people from still purchasing the original PSP. When you think about it the two consoles provide 2 different things and I truly believe they could sell side by side without hindering either console's sales.

For the last couple of weeks the original PSP has easily outsold the 3DS in Japan, and I don't think Sony are ready to stop that run. That's just my personal opinion, but I can see why they wouldn't name NGP the PSP2.

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