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1. Rename the PS3_Game folder of retail disc [BCUS98298] into "NPUA72074",2. Unpack the demo NPUA72074 then copy only the [eboot.bin] from it then paste into folder [USRDIR] in [NPUA72074] renamed in step 1,3. Edit PARAM.SFO of [NPUA72074] and change Category from DG Disc Game (blu-ray) to HG Harddrive Game then Save,4. Delete LICDIR folder in NPUA72074,5. Download only the v1.01 update for BCUS98298,6. Unpack contents of downloaded v1.01 update then move them to a new folder called "BCUS98298",7. For DTU: Transfer NPUA72074 and BCUS98298 folders into CFW PS3 then DTU to OFW PS3. Done.7. For HAN: Move NPUA72074 and BCUS98298 folders into make-backup-pkg directory then open/run [do.bat]. Install on HAN PS3 with [Enable Debug Packages]. Done.For Han: converted with CFW2OFW Helper v13 the game stucks at a black screen. Feel free to try with PS3GameConvert v0.91.
Unreal Tournament 3 Black Edition Crack Only
If you get black screen and console freeze during game startup on HEN/HAN try this method:1. Before converting, move the original files of "PS3_GAME\USRDIR" (except EBOOT.BIN, default.self, and default_mp.self) to a temp folder outside the PS3_GAME folder.2. Convert the game using CFW2OFW v1.13 ("PS3_GAME\USRDIR" should contain EBOOT.BIN, default.self, and default_mp.self files only).3. After the conversion, move the original files (the ones inside the temp folder you made in step 1) to the converted folder "BLES00687\USRDIR". (resulting NPEB00687 folder should be small, around 19-20MB in size and BLES00684 should be around 7.15GB)4. Make the packages with Make-Backup-PKG, game package will be small (19-20MB) while patch will be the biggest one (7.15GB)
The only parent that Leopold gets his most fights on at home when he is mad is his mom, because at that time she used to hide Leopold's games, like UT, and RedSun, and hid it in his safe because Leopold has no last ditch on where to look at next. He usually calls her a racial slur, basically along the lines of, "Where did you put my game, black nosed di*g*s?"
Black holes. They're the most terrifying things in the known universe. They're huge masses of... well, nothing (but they do have a lot of mass); and nothing, not even light, can travel fast enough to escape them. note A black hole is any object which has an escape velocity that is greater than the speed of light. The event horizon (or Schwarzschild radius) is the boundary within which this condition is met. Unfortunate items which do fall in are spaghettified (the official scientific term), stretched thin by tidal forces, the black hole ripping individual molecules apart. But that's only if you get too close. From far away enough, in a stable orbit, being near a black hole would just be the same as orbiting a massive, invisible note The gravitational lensing effect is hard to overlook so the black hole would appear as a silhouette against the stars — see the Other Wiki for a simulation thereof. And then Hawking's radiation would actually make the thing pretty bright. star, only the black hole would be much smaller. note For a nice size comparison, see this video. For example, if the sun were to suddenly be magically converted into a black hole of the same mass, the earth's orbit would continue on exactly as before, completely unaffected (gravitationally, that is — the lack of heat and light would, of course, rapidly end almost all life).
... Unless it's fiction. Sometimes they just suck in everything around them like giant space-vacuum-cleaners, seeing as Gravity Sucks. This can range from whole planets to just the Big Bad of the story (and in those cases, the black hole conveniently closes after swallowing him). Also commonly, a black hole will be represented as an actual hole in space and it will be perfectly possible to enter a black hole and leave it safely. Sometimes a black hole will be completely flat, apparently forgetting that our universe is 3D. Relativistic time dilation tends to be ignored; a character voyaging into a black hole can leave it without time warping, while those outside can see things enter a black hole without slowing to a crawl.note To an external observer, anyone or anything entering the event horizon would cease moving, then slowly fade away, as the last of the light reflecting off them is then red-shifted to invisibility over a long period of time. Hovering black holes are often seen as weapons. Also, if a black hole forms during the story, expect its gravitational pull to instantly skyrocket instead of remaining the same as the pull of the star that collapsed to form it. Of course it will be completely insane for anything to be orbiting it, despite the fact that we are orbiting a black hole right now.
A subtrope of Space Is Magic — indeed, if the canon in question has magic then that's your Hand Wave for getting away with this trope. For a similar, more terrestrial example, see Do Not Touch the Funnel Cloud. When the black hole is used as a method of travel, see Our Wormholes Are Different. Very commonly used as a Negative Space Wedgie. Often involved in a Spaceship Slingshot Stunt. 350c69d7ab