A couple of days ago, we shared with you a trick regarding how to view PS3's PlayStation Store on your PC? Immediately, our minds are filled with the tremendous amount of possibilities this development brings.
Anyway, we know you kind of liked it so here's a little follow-up: PS3 Proxy. The application was creaded by a certain 3r1c and is designed to allow installation of downloadable PlayStation Store titles on your PC as well as games and demos.
A couple of its features include:
* No need to reconfigure your PC's IP address.
* No installation. Just run the supplied executable.
* No need to download PKG files to the PC. PS3 Proxy will redirect the download to the correct URL entered.
* No need to download 1% and then cancel. PS3 Proxy will intercept the download automatically.
Well, that sounds simple enough and will take no rocket scientist to figure out. Enjoy!
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