May 4, 2012 at 1:28 AM
I already thought it was a trap, but I downloaded it anyways.
I LOVE IT
I LOVE IT
Someone just posted on the thread of my second mod, Cave Story 2, saying that there was some glitch with the PSP version.
Apparently you tested the PSP version, and others tried it and it worked for them as well, but do you know why he might be experiencing this?
It worked for me. Most likely, the fault lies with their hacked firmware.
You mean that he's probably using hacked firmware and that he shouldn't be? Or that he should be using different hacked firmware? I'm not really an expert on this.
So it's a problem with your firmware. Just for future reference, it will probably be most efficient if you're the one to post your problem with a port in this thread.It's likely he's using crummy firmware. That's my guess. It's possible to sign homebrew so it'll boot on unhacked PSPs, but the legality is a bit flaky.
First off, I'm not really sure how to check to see what firmware I have(forgive me if I sound like I don't know anything about technology because I do know.... by most standards). Secondly, if your implying that I have to hack my PSP in order for it to work, then I think I'll just download the PC version because, unless I have two PSPs one not hacked and one hacked, I don't want to screw up my PSP accidentally.@Ultimate Nerd-meister
I had a long, hard think.
Does Cave Story 2 actually show up on your PSP game list? Because if it's just a corrupted icon, you haven't installed it correctly.
Secondly, what firmware are you running?