Saints Row: Undercover (Unreleased PSP)

Discussion in 'File Downloads - Share and Request' started by VerticalE, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. VerticalE

    VerticalE Robust Member

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  2. wombat

    wombat SEGA!

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    This is something you don't see everyday! Kudos for Volition in caring and sharing this time testament!
     
  3. EETFUK

    EETFUK EETFUK

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    This is a great thing!
     
  4. DinohScene

    DinohScene Site Supporter 2014

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    Amazing!
     
  5. SILENT_Pavel

    SILENT_Pavel Gutsy Member

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    Thanks,
    but seems like this ISO would not work on any retail psp (somebody can test it on dev unit?). That weird because all of the previous releases:
    • Killzone Liberation "preview 0.01"
    • LocoRoco 2 (debug version)
    • Silent Hill Origins "beta demo"
    • Sonic Rivals 2 "test sample"
    They worked perfectly on any PSP. No matter how much RAM the unit has. There is something unusual in this release? BTW works on ppsspp emu.
    issue solved, it works
     
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  6. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    I have it partially working on a retail unit. Working out some issues still. Those other games were typically dumped from UMDs, this was not.
     
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  7. MBMM

    MBMM Powered by Pied Piper

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    Like I said in another thread, I've gained a lot of respect for Volition over the past few days. I've always enjoyed their games (The Punisher and Saint's Row 2 being my favorites) but I wasn't aware of how respectable they actually were. While I could be proved wrong later down the road, I certainly hope not. I'll probably give this a try with an emulator.
     
  8. deadhutn49

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    ye wired
     
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  9. stranno

    stranno Enthusiastic Member

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    I saw the stream anouncement and they were using the XRGB-Mini and the quality looks exactly the shitty PSP tv-output + XRGB-Mini. So i dont know where is the problem.

    Havent tested myself tho.
     
  10. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    They used a development tool.
     
  11. stranno

    stranno Enthusiastic Member

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    I saw the dev unit but then they filmed the XRGB-Mini. I have seen the image through that scaler and it looked pretty much like the first video. I havent seen the streaming, if they recorded it already.
     
  12. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    The PSP output is just bad, regardless of how it is done.
     
  13. SILENT_Pavel

    SILENT_Pavel Gutsy Member

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    Here is solution:

    retail units:
    will not work on (i mean menu works, in-game - crash): PSVita ARK/TN-V
    100% works on: PSP-2000, PSP-3000, PSP-E1000, PSP-Go
    • with UMDGen delete the eboot.bin that comes with it and rename the boot.bin to eboot.bin (save as new uncompressed iso)
    • (i had virtual/temporary CFW 6.60 PROMOD-C1 (C1f3) installed on my PSP-2000)
      delete modules of your CFW with old CFW installer or something similar (depends on your firmware provider, version and status)
    • now we are back on the OFW. System Settings -> Restore Default Settings/Format Memory Stick (backup if needed)
    • install 6.61 OFW
    • install 6.61 lme 2.3 (virtual/temporary version, minimum edition Jan 21, 2015) http://www.mediafire.com/download/y0yzmy1iu3av541/release_661lme2.3.zip
    • start LME Launcher and change this item in VSH Menu: UMD ISO MODE - ME driver (all others PSP/Recovery settings leave as default , all plugins disabled)
    • copy your modified ISO file to your PSP and start it. To pass the first logo screen: press Start + X buttons many times during booting. Done.
    Note - some steps could be unnecessary/different depends on your psp specs. You can skip second step if you're on 6.60 OFW. Maybe 6.61 firmware update is unnecessary. This steps were succesfully tested on PSP 2000 and 3000. This information will be updated during more tests. Thanks to "Cubyan" from unseen64 for eboot advice and to "Derrik_Gotu" from pspx forum for tests on psp-3000.

    UPD: works on PSP 2000/3000/Go and PSP Street E1000 (if using 6.61 LME 2.3). Recovery -> advanced -> advanced config -> unlock extra memory -> enabled.
     
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  14. DevHackr

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    so is there a retail enabled version of this?
     
  15. HI_Ricky

    HI_Ricky Intrepid Member

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    i burn it put in DTP-1000A , but it say "can not be read" any idea how to fix it ?
     
  16. mathieulh

    mathieulh Problem Solver

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    DVD images usually use 4 IMG files burned to the DVDs which contain the UMD auth and the layers data. You need to rebuild it using the official SDK's UMDGEN.
     
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