I already posted this on PlayStationHaX front page, SKFU’s Pr0xy started of as a PS Vita proxy, but it cover so much more now, it works with the 3DS and Wii U, here is what was posted on PSHAX front page: SKFU’s Pr0xy³ View File This awesome software started off as a simple Vita Proxy and has grown into so much more, such as the ability to read traffic from the Xbox One, the console not having the ability to use Proxy servers, must rely on other methods and such methods have been added to this huge update, here is the complete list of major feature additions: Implemented a HTTP Web Server Works standalone or as local file redirection support for Proxy Server Implemented a DNS Server Redirect requests to IP or domain Forward requests Blacklist requests Implemented a Dump Server Receives dumps via WebSocket Built-in hex editor Save to file Send commands to client Treeview for Proxy Server logs Quick clicks (direct search and direct open) Design / icon updates Logo update (thanks to @TheAmazingBeny) Settings updated Encode / Decode tool improved MD4, MD5, SHA1, SHA224-512, SHA3_224-512 Major backend update Qt 5.5 Faster loading times Less space requirements Dependency strips 100% cross-platform code Update notifications Submitter GregoryRasputin Submitted 08/13/2015 Category PC Software(PS Vita) Developer SKFU Source http://www.skfu.xxx/2015/08/release-skfus-pr0xy.html Visit PlayStationHaX Forum To Discuss This Story Here :: [Released] SKFU’s Pr0xy³ – PS Vita The post [Released] SKFU’s Pr0xy³ appeared first on WiiUHaX.
Watch the teaser trailer below, along with details revealed earlier, on the PlayStation’s Blog site. Introducing Stories: The Hidden Path, a gorgeous new title by Spearhead Games
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With each trailer, I get a little more excited for Blood Bowl 2 as the Star players are very brutal! Blood Bowl 2, the sequel to the video game adaptation of Games Workshop’s famous board game that combines American football with the fantasy world of Warhammer, today releases a new video for Gamescom Gamescom is wrapping up now, and what better why to end it, by showcasing a very brutal trailer that makes you want to see Blood!
The infinite power of the cloud, this time for real!
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The company will focus on first party titles Microsoft is preparing to deliver a range of exclusive titles in the fall season and it seems that the future of their Xbox will be focused on 1st-party titles, with no more buying of 3rd-party games. It’s GAME OVER, for 3rd-party studios hoping to become the next Lara with their game exclusive to Xbox in exchange for nice fat paycheck, because Microsoft has decided to switch the flow of money for new games towards their own in-house 1st-party studios. Quote: Phil Spencer, who leads the gaming division at Microsoft, is quoted in a new interview from the China Joy 2015 event as saying that the company will invest in its biggest franchises and will try to evolve them in interesting ways.
Team17 also reveals Worms 4 for iOS Team17 has announced two new Worms titles which are set to be fully unveiled at Gamescom 2015 Worms is coming back finally to our desktop PC’s and of course Xbox One, so sorry Sony fans you will have to settle for mobile iOS version, which means Android is out of luck also. Quote: Worms WMD will allow players to "use exciting new vehicles and enter buildings which add new strategic elements of gameplay to the traditional wormy warfare." As of yet, the game has only been announced for Xbox One and PC with an "early 2016" release mentioned. Worms 4, meanwhile, is described as the "definitive handheld Worms experience" and will feature an "enriched look and improved design for mobile." The game will focus on "smaller landscapes, smaller teams, and shorter match length, making action packed battles easily doable whilst on the go." "Players will be able to take part in turn-based synchronous online multiplayer matches played out in real time, battle their way through 80 single player missions, collect over a hundred weapon upgrades and duel across 5 different themes," Team17 explains.