Here's a bit of good news for the PSP Slim owners out there. Developers OldPrisoneR and Andy_maN have sent word that their FuSa homebrew plugin for the PSP Slim has been updated to version 1.0 build 41.
Here's a recap for the first-time readers: FuSa is a plugin that will enable users to play their handheld's games on any TV regardless of the video cable (composite, component, svideo, d-terminal) hooked up to their Slim. As for the changelog for FuSa's latest build (quoting the developers' site):
* UMD compatibility improved
* Every game now works fine while plugin is disabled :)
* Fullscreen mode # 1 added (Tested with SAMSUNG LCD 16:9 - works fin:) )
* No more crash on exit
Further details regarding FuSa build 41 are available via the file bundle's readme. Those interested in checking this plugin's game compatibility will want to visit the dev's site.
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