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If you love Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and glorious pieces of gaming hardware as much as we do, you'll probably have a pretty hard time resisting this one. A Kickstarter crowdfunding project has recently launched offering backers a custom Switch Pro Controller featuring any character design they like from the game, and it's proving to be mighty popular.

Initially, the project had a goal of $7,500 - controllers will be made for every character regardless of whether or not someone chooses them, all to be included in a special artbook release - but this target was smashed in just four and a half hours. At the time of writing, total funds are nearing $25,000 with 27 days still left to go.

So how exactly does it work? Well, as well as cheaper options which will give you a discount on the finished book and put your name in the credits, the main backing option (set at $85) lets you pick up a customised Pro Controller featuring whichever character you like. You can see some more mock-ups below.

The crowdfunding page notes that the base controllers are not official Nintendo Pro Controllers - although you can upgrade to one of those at extra cost. The controllers used look and function almost the same, although amiibo functionality is not supported.

You can learn more about this and get your own controller via the Kickstarter link here.

Do you like the look of these? Will you be picking up your own? Let us...

Reisyukaku and EliseZeroTwo's Switch custom firmware just received an update, bringing the version counter up to 2.1! The project had already added 7.0.x compatibility in an earlier unstable build, however this is the first stable release to include it. Unlike the early build, sleep mode has also been fixed and now works fine. Other changes and improvements include JIT patches and support for exosphere/lp0fw.

The full official changelog is as follows:
7.0.x support
JIT patches
support for exo/lp0fw
If you are running the older unstable version, it's highly recommended you update to this newer stable release as soon as possible. As usual, a download link is available in the source down below.
Knock knock.. who's there?
It is your dear friends from Team-Xecuter with a new update for SX OS!

Happy St. Patrick Day from Team-Xecuter, enjoy! :)
We know everyone has been eagerly anticipating support for firmware 7.x, some even said it would never come.. but the wait is now over!

This new 2.6 BETA of SX OS adds full support for Nintendo Switch firmware 7.x, including ALL functionality you expect when using our product. We've been pioneering our own unique and proprietary solution for defeating any future firmware protection and we're quite happy with the results so far.

This release is marked as BETA because we changed things drastically under the hood to streamline future firmware updates and some things may inadvertently behave differently.

That does not mean it hasn't been vetted at all, so give it a shot today!

Of course, we haven't been sitting idly behind the scenes either. A lot of our development resources and attention has been dedicated to bringing SX OS to those "unhackable" switches. We are working hard to bring the SX OS experience to all of you who are stuck with an "unhackable" switch. Stay tuned for more news!
That's it for today.

Enjoy this new BETA of SX OS. And don't forget to send us your feedback!

—< Team-Xecuter - Rocking the Switch in 2019 and beyond! >—

TheFlow has just released an Adrenaline plugin that increases the two PSP GTA games' internal resolution to 950x544, aka the PS Vita's native resolution, as well as including mipmap patches to increase the textures' overall quality. This comes with a slight tradeoff, however, as the game will run at a slower framerate (around 20 FPS instead of the original 30) and 16 bit color depth instead of 32 bit. Nevertheless, the end result can indeed look impressive, as you can see from the screenshot above!

The plugin requires Adrenaline v6.9 and, as previously stated, supports both Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories, specifically:
RemasteredControls which will enable you to use both analog sticks while playing the game. This last one is also compatible with a few other titles, so you may want to read more about it if you find yourself playing many PSP games on your modded Vita!

I present to you PS4 iTrainer.

As its name suggests, it is a PS4 cheat loader for iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod..) that can handle all PlayStation 4 game trainers made by PS4 Reaper (206 trainers at the moment of writing and more are coming).

This tool should work on jailbroken and stock version without problem. For the stock version use Cydia Impactor to install.

How to use it:
  1. At first launch update trainer list for offline use (trainer will be stored in your internal storage)
  2. Make sure your PS4 IP match the one in th app
  3. Inject Hen then WebRTE (use binloader or original on your PS4 side)
  1. Now click on offline or online (the app will auto detect your CUSA and if a trainer is available it will show) if you don't find your CUSA, don't worry just search by name (trainer with different CUSA will work if it have the same version)
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Another Switch CFW joins the 7.0.X compatible list, and this time it's @Reisyukaku 's ReiNX! The update has been rumored for a while and while there is still no stable release, an early build has been shared with the community for anyone who wants to stay on the bleeding edge. The new build chainloads sept to boot on said firmware using a non-byok approach. While most components should work correctly, there are currently some issues that prevent sleep mode from working properly. If you encounter any bugs, you're encouraged to let the developers know by using the discussion thread.
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