Homebrew developer MDave dropped by our forums to announced the release of Kurok PSP Demo v0.1 on the PSP. This gorgeous FPS shooter uses a modified Quake engine port which is also fully backward compatible with Quake 1 and its mods.
According to the developer, the demo includes 90 percent of one episode, a completed multiplayer, mode as well as shareware Quake (which will be eventually removed once the game is completely independent of its files).
Like most homebrew, be sure to go over the readme file included with the program to avoid any problems. That said, don't forget to drop by our forums to tell the developer what you think of his application.
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Mailas G (Gonrai in QJ Forums) have so nicely shared the update of his Megaman Power Blaster v1.7. This version works for both 1.00 and 1.50 firmwares, so you guys should be able to try it out.
Mailas admits it's been a while since he gave you guys an update on this game. And as you deserve one, here it is
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Thanks to a tip from Darknight88, we found out that there was another way for people to get their Solid Snake shenanigans on the PSP.
He tipped us off to a free multiplayer demo of Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, which people can download and play
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Here is another updated version of They Do Not Die 2. Not a lot has changed but there is now a Wii version