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Sony PSP developers offer code 'slow down piracy'

05/22/2010 Sony PSP developers offer code 'slow down piracy'
Sony 's senior vice president, publisher relations, Rob Dyer, always declare "The biggest problem \\ ", Which poisons the PSP: piracy. Nevertheless, new efforts on the platform owner may offer new hope to continue the fight against illegal downloading. Dyer told Gamasutra that Sony is helping developers implement a security code, potentially offers "60-day date" before the game inevitably 'gets hacked. "

Dyer did not provide details on how this additional function code, and whether it works similarly to connect PlayStation Network first tested in SOCOM 3 Fireteam Bravo The website cannot display the page HTTP 500 Most likely causes: The website is under maintenance. The website has a programming error. What you can try: Refresh the page. Go back to the previous page. More information This error (HTTP 500 Internal Server Error) means that the website you are visiting had a server problem which prevented the webpage from displaying.For more information about HTTP errors, see Help., All internet functionality Bravo 3 will be blocked for gamers who Don 't buy a legitimate copy of the game at retail or online. The upcoming version of the PSP in ModNation Racers also has the same restrictions.

\\ "It 's become very hard to offer will be beneficial," Dyer admitted. With PSP on the threshold of a series of major releases - including God of War: The Ghost of Sparta , Metal Gear Solid: The World Walker and Kingdom Hearts: Birth of Sleep - Publishers and developers will certainly want to pay close attention to Sony 's continued to struggle with non-maritime pirates.

JoystiqSony PSP developers offer code 'slow down piracy' originally appeared on Joystiq on Fri, 21 May 2010 18:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds .

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