Hyperdimension Neptunia: Re;Birth1 is a remake of the Playstation 3 action RPG, which features a revamped battling system and traveling system. It was released in October 2013 in Japan, and released...
Good ol' Games, known for providing DRM free old-school and new PC games for those who don't like various types of DRM has announced and launched "DRM-Free" movies! This is an interesting turn of events for Good ol' "Games", as it seems they're trying to expand their DRM-free ideas to all corners of the market.
According to this UK Nintendo store page, two DLC packs are heading our way in the future, one in November, one in May 2015. They contain two new cups each and also three new characters too. They also expand the characters from Mario games to Link from The Legend of Zelda and also the Villager and Isabelle from the newest installment of Animal Crossing.
These DLC packages aren't free though. They come at a price of £7.00 each.
Took them a while, but looks like they're finally getting the ball rolling. Private beta only at the moment, not quite public. Changelog is below.
Today we are very proud to present Gateway firmware OMEGA 2.3b BETA to our beta testers! For this update we focused on bringing support back for recent games and applications that use the new encryption method that was introduced in System Firmware 7.x and higher. It took us a while before it was ready, but here we are today. We always deliver as promised! With this update we are happy to announce that this brings our game compatibility back to 100% and we want to keep it that way!
But we also want to make a few observations:
* We have noticed that some recent games have started to use features only present on System Firmware 7.x or higher. Firmware spoofing no longer works for these games, and emunand is currently required for these games to run.
* Classic mode will only boot emunand 8.x or higher if you have a genuine Gateway card inserted. You can still continue without, but support for emunand 8.x or higher will not work. We are still investigating if we can improve upon these limitations, but we currently think that this is an acceptable solution for the time being. That and we also have a lot more interesting features planned that we want to release! Our next focus will be revising the savegames subsystem. We think a lot of our savegame editing and retail gamecard users will be pleased with what we have planned!
Once approved by our beta testing friends, the final release will be published. If all goes well, this means very soon.
Until next time, ENJOY and as always support the innovators and not the imitators!