Sony ‘Looking Into’ PSP To PS Vita Save Data Transfers

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.

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NukaCola2621d ago

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.

Number_132619d ago

Loosely translated: it isn't going to happen any time soon, if ever.

ChickeyCantor2620d ago (Edited 2620d ago )

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.

jujubee882620d ago (Edited 2620d ago )

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. :)

Ddouble2619d ago

Yes. I can transfer my Dissidia save file.
I'm sure all the Monster Hunter 3rd players in Japan are happy.

Whitey2k2619d ago

y cant sony develop a umd drive that will slot onto ur vita just like the megadrive CD

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