PS3 Game Updater v1.4 has been released today, its been a while since we posted an update on this. There are several new features added including FTP support, and various optimization and enhancements.
+ Fixed that dreadful crash when pressing the “Get Games List” button.
+ Added FTP PSN Support (FTP function will now show updates for PSN games as well).
+ Want to download the updates using your favorite download manager? Now you can have the option to export game updates links to a text file
+ Added a new column – “Fat32 Compatible”. Basically checkes for files larger than 4GB (Disabled by default, enable in settings window).
+ By popular request, Now you choose between “,” “;” or “[TAB]” delimieter for csv export (Settings window)
+ Major changes to the results grid.
+ You can now download all updates of a game, instead of the latest one!
+ Added downloading updates by game id (choose “Search Game ID” from the “Import From” menu)
+ Optimized the ftp lookup. Should be about 20 times faster now.
+ Added a new option in Settings: you can now choose to save the update file in its ogirinal file name, or save it as “[GAMENAME] – Version [VERSION].pkg]” for easier
location and update ordering.
+ Added a “Donate” option in the menu. Please do
+ Added exporting list to csv file.
+ Fully already downloaded updated will be skipped.
+ Added FTP scan support (Experimental). Switch to “PS3 FTP” from the menu. The application will scan the directory of your choice for the games installed, and return a list, just like HDD scan. To edit locations of the games folder, edit the settings.ini. Edit “FTPLocations” parameter, each location seperated by a “,”. Updates downloaded through FTP scan will be saved under the “PS3 Game Updater Updates (FTP Scan)” in the aplication directory.
* Note: this process could take a while, depending on the amount of sub-directories of your games directory.
+ Added shortcuts:
F1 – About
F2 – Settings
Ctrl+Shift+S – Export as csv
+ minor and not-so-minor bug fixes.