PSP Mag wirters and editors DarkB0Y and Roptor sent QJ.NET an email regarding the release of their magazine's third issue. Those who've seen earlier editions of PSP Mag know well that it is written in Farsi. We hope that you know how to speak or read the language because the issue seems very informative.
Among the many topics tackled in this issue include programming for the PlayStation Portable, video game Call of Duty: Roads to Victory and most importantly, the know-resigned homebrew developer Dark AleX. As much as we'd like to share you what they said about the renowned coder, we can't as we don't speak the language ourselves. Too bad.
Anyway, we, and most members of the homebrew community, will apprecfiate it if someone can provide a translation. At any rate, here's the magazine and have fun!
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AcidMag issue 4 Those who enjoy the idea of tinkering with their PSPs, but are too scared of doing it may enjoy this issue of AcidMod's AcidMag
The Internet abounds with comics, manga, and even magazines that the PlayStation Portable (PSP) community digs. So with the addition of application PSPcomic to our homebrew arsenal, the problem now lies with finding the reading materials. But you know you guys are resourceful enough so that really isn't much of a problem
When Archaemic released the final build for No Bull Moose last week, the dev also promised that a new version of PSPComic be completed soon. That said, we're happy to report that Archaemic has made good on that promise, and that this comic reader's version 1.0 is now ready for download
Archaemic dropped by our forums recently to inform us of the release of PSPComic v0.9.8, the latest version of Archaemic's comic-reader application for the PSP. This version adds a lot of new features, as well as some fixes, to the program.
Here's the changelog for PSPComic v0.9
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