It worked for me and it can work for you too! ;)
Sony finally realized that one of the Ps in PSP was for Portable. And that those silly mini discs made the old PSP bigger and shorter on battery life.
The new $249 model due in October ditches the disks for 16GB of memory and shrinks to the size of a controler.
I think Sony may finally have an answer to the domination of the Game Boy series…
So you love Wii but miss those Old School greats like Tecmo Bowl or the Super Mario that started it all? Well now there’s a way! OK a free way.
Since it’s launch you could “Wii Shop” and purchase old school games for $5-10 each to play on the Wii Emulator. Tempting for some, too costly for most people. For a $1/game I’d be all over it – but when I can dust off the old NES in the closet for free… spending $100 grabbing my favorite games (again) is just too much. It’s the principal of re-buying games mostly.
Enter Homebrew! The Homebrew (Hack) Channel allows you to install non-Nintendo, open source (free) programs to add functionality to your Wii. The most popular are the console emulators: NES, Super NES, Sega, Atari, etc. While Homebrew has been around for a while – it required a certain level of tech savy and hassle that kept it out of the mainstream… however, the latest brew is fairly straightforward. Note: if you don’t know what a ROM is you can stop reading now. The rest of you grab a spare SD card, your ROMs and the freeware below to start brewing…
- Upgrade Wii Menu to latest (4.0) version
- Format SD card FAT32
- Follow Bannerbomb Homebrew Setup Instructions
- Once HB is Setup install Emulators
- Add ROMs to the proper Emulator folders
- Rock it old school
The Japanese astronaut had a few public selected tasks to accomplish in space for the good of mankind…
So I got the opportunity to go down to Florida and see the May 11th shuttle launch in person. It was a fun day at the Space Center awaiting the launch and while it was a VERY hot day the launch itself was very cool. I had expected it to be cool in the whole “I’m witnessing a Space Shuttle launch” way, but it was actually just an awesome sight. Below are the on site witness video and the official hi-res NASA vid.
Oh and the brightness of the thrust is not captured in either video. I actually thought to myself as I watched through my 8×40 binos: I wonder if I should be staring straight at this -shrug- oh well. :D