Appleseed629 is in charge of the website PSPNetwork. For the
past months, he's been looking for someone to help him put up the site's official digital magazine (DigiMAG). Unfortunately, no one was available to extend him a lending hand. But determination can really make people do wonders: even after a seven month delay, Appleseed629 now steps forward with Session 1 of PSPNetwork DigiMAG.
Since this is the first release and since it's pretty much a one
man-show for now, PSPNetwork DigiMAG (and the next few
sessions) will have few missing pages. But with jampacked
news - release of GTA CheatDevice v1.0d, firmware 2.71, the
2.5/2.6 firmware exploit, the official 2.5/2.6 downgrader
(which is THE hottest news around), and so much more - plus a
cover story on Metal Gear, and wallpapers of the Queen of
MySpace Christine Dolce, I bet you won't really notice the "lacking pages", as Appleseed629 calls 'em.
If you liked PSPNetwork DisgiMAG Session 1 and would like to contribute to the next releases, Appleseed629 would appreciate the help - just drop him a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you'd rather be on the sidelines yet would still want to help out in any way possible, leave your comments, suggestions, and constructive criticisms on the comments section.
Oh, before I forget: the author say that there is a 'FULL' version of Session 1 but due to "inappropriate content", you'd need to find it yourself. Appleseed does leave a hint to those who think the can handle the inappropriatness of the FULL version content: e-mail.
Thanks Appleseed629 for the heads up!
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