PS5 HACKED? Pokemon BDSP LEAKED, GTA Trilogy DISASTER & more - Tempcast #64

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Just like the Nintendo console, Tempcast 64 although ambitious proves to be underwhelming in terms of the content it provides. Sure, we have some cool scene news like Pokemon BDSP leaking, as well as the PS2 emulator PCSX2 hitting an important milestone. The PS5 also got "hacked", twice, and we explain in quite poor technical detail why this isn't going to affect the very young hacking scene any time soon. However, this episode is bogged down by a couple nonsense opinion pieces. Do you want to hear even MORE bickering about the GTA Trilogy "Definitive" edition? You picked the right episode, there's at least 30 minutes of it here. There's a couple of other topics we talked about but I'm too lazy to write them in the description creatively, so just check out the timestamps if there's anything that interests you.

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Anyone remember when they said the PS3 wouldn't be able to be hacked?

Gotta say, I think Microsoft figured out the hacking issue with the Xbone and Series X by allowing any version to be a dev unit. Allowing users to get access to emulators and homebrew which is what the vast majority of hackers just want to get anyway. I have to assume it's a large reason why there isn't a large dedicated scene focused on hacking Microsoft's latest systems (I mean I'm sure there are people out there doing it, but you just don't see much going on in that regard compared to hacking Playstation and Nintendo systems).
 
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