PS3 RESIDUALVM HOMEBREW FOR CFW PS3 CONSOLES

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It is possible

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    No Fucking way.........!!

    Can someone who have more knowledge than me can tell us that it is possible to create and install a RESIDUALVM.pkg homebrew in order to play this AWESOME CLASSIC LucasArt Game GRIM FANDANGO on our cfw PS3 consoles ?!?!?

    Take a look :

    Building from source

    This port of ResidualVM to the PS3 is based on SDL2. It uses the open source SDK PSL1GHT.
    The dependencies needed to build it are :
    Once all the dependencies are correctly setup, an installable package can be obtained from source by issuing the following command :
    ./configure --host=ps3 && make ps3pkg

    Source :
    https://github.com/residualvm/residualvm/blob/master/dists/ps3/readme-ps3.md



    Guys , what did you think about that ? its possible ?!?!
     
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    It looks as though someone made a build of rvm for Ps3. I'm not knowledgeable about it at all, maybe someone else with more experience can chime in.
     
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    They give what a skilled person need to create such .pkg here:
    https://github.com/residualvm/residualvm/blob/master/dists/ps3/readme-ps3.md

    I hope someone here could create and give link for it , it would be totally awesome to have residualvm homebrew for the PS3
     

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