Signed DOOM PSP, please?

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  1. LanHikariDS
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    I've been searching for a good while for a functioning DOOM signed homebrew, for the PlayStation Portable. I'm not looking for anything TOO fancy-schmansy, I just want it to play Ultimate DOOM, DOOM II, and the Final DOOM WADs, with sounds and music (Even if it comes out sounding 8-bit). I was hoping it could play online with Vanilla and/or Chocolate DOOM, but I can live without it. I Understand that I'll need to already own said WADs and load them myself. I have a PSP-2000, running OS 6.60. I Know this is possible, because I've run homebrews of Duke Nukem 3D (with minor issues, such as Hall of Mirror effect in mirrors, Duke rarely talking, even when supposed to, and not being able to run fast enough to jump across the pillars to beat Red Light District) and Quake, in my unmodded OS. The homebrews I've tried will show an icon and background, but when I press X, it says "The game cannot be started. The game data is corrupted."
     
  2. XDel

    XDel Author of the Alien Breed Odamex Projekt.

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    I don't own a PSP, but can't you convert PSX games over to work with it? If so, will the PSX port of DOOM work? If so you've got a winner, as far as classic, pre-source release DOOM is concerned, it was one of the best ports ever to grace PC, Console, etc.
     
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    That WOULD work, but first, I'd prefer Bobby Prince's soundtrack, plus, I think I need a custom firmware for that. (Plus, I think the 360 version was the best console port :P Just sayin')
     
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    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    This guy seems to want to avoid installing CFW -- which rules out PSX games or any unsigned code. Its silly given how easy it is to install Pro C LCFW and run it (hb doom, that is).
     
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    Are there any that you know of that are already out, or is it yet to be made?
     
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    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    Pro C lcfw* is a signed homebrew itself and it is comically easy to run. Look into it. There are good guides on this forum.
    http://gbatemp.net/threads/how-to-softmod-hack-your-psp.293978/

    *lcfw = lite-cfw as in it doesn't modify your OFW any. The hack occurs harmlessly in system RAM.
     
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    I was hoping more to the accord of just the eboot for the game, and putting my WADs in a specified folder... not that I don't appreciate your help but, those 2 (Duke3D and Quake) that I'd found proved it doesn't need to be THIS complicated...
     
  9. Snailface

    Snailface My frothing demand for 3ds homebrew is increasing

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    Well, its your lucky day. Looks like you can avoid that evil, complicated lcfw after all. :P
    http://wololo.net/downloads/index.php/download/193 (ofw signed)
     
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    Thank you very much, I'll get to adding this tomorrow. Ironically, I got a faster response here than on the DoomWorld Forums...