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Monday, July 18, 2005

PlayStation Interface X

- naoneo, a member of the MaxConsole Forum, has posted a thread concerning a new project now named PSIX (PlayStation Interface X).
- Details are a bit sketchy as the project seems to be up in the air, but the screenshots that have been leaked have provoked a lot of interest.
- I think things are best explained by the man himself:

"PSIX (PlayStation Interface X) Started life as 'pspos', a small application coded and designed by Qubitz and Fluff (naoneo)
Due to personal issues and some disagreements on where it should be taken, not much got done with the program though a new graphical interface was created and not yet implemented, Qubitz did an amazing job of setting up a user environment with mouse cursor, icons and menu systems, so which a few select developers were given the beta of.

one of which let screenshots slip on irc thus there was a flood of people making threads, asking of the legitimacy of the work, and generally making a big scene, shortly after I personally had a major event unfold in my home and wasn't able to work with it for over a week.

The project was renamed PSIX purely to rid itself of the "windows port" questions posed by many, and because 'pspos' was far too predictable, as well as inaccurate, the programs moved to PSP-Group, keeping its original designers and adding some top notch coders well known in the xbox scene, stay tuned for more information on the project, I'm sure with a bigger dev team things will pick up"
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