PS Vita owners will be able to purchase and download hits from the PSP’s backcatalog — possibly at a discount price if you own the UMD. What’s still up in the air is whether save data between the two portables will transfer over.
Sony is just making this thing better and better. I am waiting for the PS Store PS3 titles to go to Vita via HDD transfer. Play me some Crysis on Vita.
Loosely translated: it isn't going to happen any time soon, if ever.
Well why not allow a few mb to store your save file on the PSN network? Not only is it easier when you do a full format of your HDD, you are certain you can retrieve it. As long BC keeps going on the next generation handhelds, a save-file-repository wouldn't be a bad idea at all. This would be a much better solution.
There where some exploits on PSP gamesaves, that is why SCE are kind of hesitant. Geez, I barely had a UMD collection or gamesaves yet, Sony is going through all the trouble because of PSP fans centered mostly outside of US. Well, they have the resources to expend, I suppose. Japanese gaming fans should be on cloud nine right about now with all these Vita developments. It wouldn't hurt to give yourself a reality check every now and again, though. Always have the high expectations go after the reality of a concept, thing or, idea. You will always be disappointed or let down if you think everything is sunshine and rainbows, metaphorically. Edit: That last line does not apply if the thing is sunshines and/or rainbows. :)
Yes. I can transfer my Dissidia save file. I'm sure all the Monster Hunter 3rd players in Japan are happy.
y cant sony develop a umd drive that will slot onto ur vita just like the megadrive CD
so there for consumers will able to keep there ump and can play it through vita
don't those who own UMD games own a PSP too? just wondering... it's just that when the PS3 came out i kept my PS2 to play PS2 games on
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