Lonpos, PSP homebrew, that uses DRM

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Sep 26, 2008
  1. Tempbot
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    Lonpos, PSP homebrew, that uses DRM
    I wonder what Sony would think about this.
    Well I dont know the original source sorry about that, but really even if this aint in the ds scene, this is quite unique, and suprising.
    So, what do you guys think? Maybe, YaSu should do this also [​IMG]

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    DRM in Homebrew?
    now thats just not right.
    Seriously people, not sure weather to LMAO or :facepalm:
     
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    :facepalm: > LMAO
     
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    all your fault. you are the people who take somebodys work and put it on your site just so you can get some ad revenue or whatever. i hope in the future everybody uses these kind of things,
     
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    If everyone was thinking like you, most homebrew would have disappeared from the internet sometime because the website went down.
     
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    *Noob question*
    Um so what's the big deal?
     
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    I don't entirely understand how this prevents someone from hosting the game else where? Is there online activation of some sort?
     

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