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Handheld Consoles / Sony PSP 2000 for Sale
« on: September 01, 2021, 06:47:00 am »
Used Sony PSP 2000 for Sale !

Device is in good condition.
Piano Black color.
Running with Custom firmware version 5.50GEN-D
Able to play many games without UMD
CSO and ISO formats supported.
2GB Memory Card
with charger and audio adapter.
Whatsapp - 0777164819

Rs. 11000/=

Game Lounge / After the break...
« on: August 30, 2019, 01:57:34 am »

Oh my...

I logged on.... After how many years... IDK
I feel I'm so old  ;D ;D ;D

Handheld Consoles / Dark-AleX end of days...
« on: September 25, 2009, 11:58:28 am »

Alek, administrator of the Dark-Alex.org forums, has put up a forum closure announcement due to several reasons, after a year of service to the PSP community. Although this is sad to see, it does not appear that he is leaving for good, as some members have pointed out he says, "little time for relax and so we can study whats next," and finally ends with a hopeful message saying, "as after all this is not a "goodbye", but a "cya" ;-)."

Official post below:

Within the following announcement, we announce the closure of Dark-AleX.org forum, after one year of working, more than 50,000 users, more than
170,000 messages, and more than 15,000 threads. With those statistics, that have gone generally within more than 450 messages, 40 threads and 130
new users per day, we are more than just satisfied about the results and about what we have reached.

There are many reasons. The forum, by itself, has been a challenge. A challenge that, without any doubt, has exceeded all of our expectatives, and
a challenge that now, after all that we have been through, we find ourselves happy and proud of having gone this far. However, its, professionally
speaking, a moment for evolving and taking ourselves a little time for relax and so we can study whats next.

Since the beginning, the people' answer has been something amazing and indescribable, something that we won't have enough grateful words, and that
fills us of satisfaction. This support has been so huge that we have found ourselves overwhelmed, and when we wanted to give the deserved service
for each user, we have gone into problems and we have got to take this hard but consistent decition; that, the same way as we wield a smile when all
this was starting, this last decition makes us sad, but we know that is the best choice at the moment.

Again, thanks to all, to our moderators, to our friends, to our old and new partners, to the English Zone and their help to this project, and everyone
of you that have helped us on any terms.

Lastly, if any user is interested on recovering any part or any thread of the forum, please contact with the following e-mail: [email protected]
so we can deliver what you need.

And remember, you always have to your disposal our IRC as a place in where you can chat, you can laugh with us, and as a cool reason to make a reunion
and remember old times, as after all this is not a "goodbye", but a "cya" ;-)


Admin and Webmaster of Dark-AleX.org

Funnies / The Real Wolverine..... Hik Hik
« on: May 16, 2009, 10:11:09 pm »
 ;D This DIY fan really thinks he's "W"
Poor Cardboard hero  ;D

Click following link to see :

Handheld Consoles / Sony to release new PSP2? ..... sometime in the future
« on: December 17, 2008, 01:28:16 pm »

According to Eurogamer, sources close to Sony say that sometime in the future, a new PlayStation Portable will be released. While there's been no official word, the game site is reporting that there could be an update to the current PSP (which might be called the PSP 4000), and in the not-too-distant future (2010 or 2011), Sony will introduce a completely new model, confusingly dubbed the "PSP2." David Reeves, SCEE president has recently been quoted as making vague, suspicious statements such as "there are currently no plans for a PSP2," and "I go to Tokyo quite a lot and no one has referred to it - I think they have their hands full at the moment." Nice try Reeves, but If you keep up these kinds of thinly veiled allusions to a new system, we suspect it's only a matter of years till this cat's out of the bag.

Slider will fail..... but I love dual analog controllers.

Game Lounge / ValvE HQ <<Lucky Fellows>>
« on: December 15, 2008, 11:53:39 pm »
Who's lucky than these guys...... This is Valve Office


Headcrabbin Gordon

Well Deserved

All releases and rig on right contains Portal

Hardware / Peripherals / HTX Helmet
« on: December 10, 2008, 12:31:19 am »

Impact gear isn't exactly the hottest peripheral out there for game consoles, but TN Games is apparently finding plenty of hardcore gamers willing to splurge on its FPS Vest. Now, the outfit is finally getting official with its HTX Helmet, which we first heard about as the year began. Utilizing the company's 3rd Space technology, it's designed to be used in conjunction with the 3rd Space Gaming Vest and will enable wearers' to feel blows to the head when fired upon. We're talking bullets whizzing by, impacts of shots -- the works. If, for some incredibly odd reason, that sounds like your idea of fun, be on the lookout for a 2009 release.

I need one of this......! ;D

No Game Zone / << We cant Change History >>
« on: December 04, 2008, 08:16:26 pm »

Downloads / Motorstorm
« on: November 26, 2008, 11:30:52 am »
Hi Everybody,

I need to download Motorstrom High Definition or high quality video clips.

Please give me locations (shared, direct or torrent linkx)


Downloads / HandBrake 0.9.3
« on: November 26, 2008, 11:18:57 am »

HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows.

Supported sources:

Any DVD-like source: VIDEO_TS folder, DVD image or real DVD (unencrypted--protection methods including CSS are not supported internally and must be handled externally with third-party software and libraries), and some .VOB and .TS files
Most any multimedia file it can get libavformat to read and libavcodec to decode.

File format: MP4, MKV, AVI or OGM
Video: MPEG-4, H.264, or Theora (1 or 2 passes or constant quantizer/rate encoding)
Audio: AAC, MP3, Vorbis or AC-3 pass-through (supports encoding of several audio tracks)
Misc features:

Chapter selection
Basic subtitle support (burned into the picture)
Integrated bitrate calculator
Picture deinterlacing, cropping and scaling
Grayscale encoding

Please download the GUI version for your platform
Code: [Select]

Game Lounge / Half Life T
« on: June 23, 2008, 09:26:06 am »

This is bit later info
U can buy this Halflife T shirt (Total back I prefer) at Maharagama, Nugegoda and Battaramulla.
I like this one cause its having international look

Half life text on Left arm and upper back
Half Life logo in front

Handheld Consoles / Sony PSP Firmware 4.00 Getting Google Search
« on: June 17, 2008, 09:17:32 am »

PSP firmware 4.00 is giving the portable Google search, with stored memory for the 20 last searches. And video played off a memory stick can be sped up or slowed down. Funny how such a monumental firmware digit stands for such minor upgrades, but we're happy to see improved functionality by software any day, in any device.

The Google search engine will be accessible under the XMB’s “Network” category through a new “Internet Search” icon. The new feature will deliver the same Google search results as when searching on www.google.com. The functionality also has an input history recall of up to 20 items for more efficient browsing. Working with Google to offer its superior search technology demonstrates SCEA’s commitment to further enhance the mobile entertainment experience on PSP system.


No Game Zone / \^^/ My New born baby girl \^^/
« on: June 16, 2008, 08:26:47 am »

She's my baby g

Githmi Amaya

Will she a gamer!?#^ ;D

Hardware / Peripherals / PCI Express 3.0 <<info>>
« on: June 14, 2008, 08:44:05 am »


Here's some good news: when PCI Express 3.0 products launch sometime around the 2010 timeframe, they won't require a new connector.

At a press conference held by the PCI Special Interest Group on Wednesday, SIG chairman Al Yanes briefly outlined the needs for three-slot, 300-watt graphics cards as well as more details on PCI Express 3.0, which executives said last year will transfer information at 8.0 gigatransfers per second.

(The amount of information transferred will depend on how wide the channel is; a x16 channel is the norm today, but the spec allows up to x32 lanes, each transferring 250 Mbytes/s at PCI Express 1.1 speeds and about 500 Mbytes/s at PCI Express 2.0 speeds. At PCI Express 1.1 speeds, thirty-two lanes of 250 MB/s (PCIe 1.1) gives a maximum transfer rate of 8 Gbytes/s, or 16 Gbytes/s at PCI Express 2.0. By removing the requirement for an 8-bit/10-bit encoding scheme found within PCI Express 2.0, PCIe 3.0's 8-gigatransfer/s bit rate effectively delivers double the PCI Express 2.0 bandwidth.)

PCI Express 3.0 will be backwards-compatible with PCI Express 2.0, Yanes said. Since the connector will remain the same, the only difference should be in the electrical specifications. Note that while PCs will only require one connector, servers will still use two PCIe 3.0 connectors, the same as with PCIe 2.0.

While that's the plan, it's not set in stone: the base spec is expeted to be completed in late 2009, while testing is set for a year later, in the second half of 2010. It's unclear how soon after that products will be released.

The other interesting thing was that the SIG has proposed a standard for I/O virtualization, a sticking point in virtualized environments. Basically, what the SIG proposes will work both under a direct connection as well as a fabric-based structure. Address translation is included.


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