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Published on April 9th, 2007 | by Daniel David

We want XMB access now!

Petitions are getting very popular these days. This is petition is addressed to Sony to have XMB support in game including custom soundtracks. This is what the petition says:

To: Sony Computer Entertainment AmericaSony, we want access to the XMB in game including custom soundtracks. At GDC 06 you showed access to the XMB, and so did early dev kits but they haven’t made it to the final console. Early research suggested PS3 reserves 64mb of the main RAM for the XMB, but we currently have no access to the XMB at all. Please add this through a firmware upgrade to the PS3.


The Undersigned

I have to say though, this isn’t a bad idea. It would make things easier and help close the gap between Xbox Live because already have this kind of support. I don’t see this happening anytime soon because I think whenever Home launches I’m guessing its going to have this kind of support. I’m all for the custom soundtrack though, that’s probably my favorite thing I like about the Xbox 360.

If you want to sign the petition click here.


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