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Showing posts with label UMD. Show all posts
Showing posts with label UMD. Show all posts

Monday, February 20, 2012

Everybody’s Golf trailer







Sony have released a new English trailer for Everybody’s Golf trailer which you can watch after the break.Everybody’s Golf will launch alongside the PlayStation Vita.


Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Uncharted: Golden Abyss launch trailer




Sony have released a new trailer for Uncharted: Golden Abyss just in time for the PlayStation Vita launch. Check it out after the break.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

PSP UMD’s not getting into your Vita


If you’re one of the ever shrinking crowd of proud legitimate owners of a library of PSP UMD’s, the Vita is mercilessly kicking you to the curb if you’re living in the US, as the UMD Passport Program that allows PSP owners in Japan get their UMD’s registered to their device and then purchasable as a download at a discounted price WON’T be making its way.

So if you want to play your old PSP games on the Vita, you’ll have to wait for them to his the Playstation Store before downloading them at full price. The discounts range from getting a game as low as 6$ all the way up to $30. Sounds like a money racket to me, but with Sony taking some major losses in the industry in recent times, it probably seems none other than natural to them.

Bottom line is, you may still want to cling onto that old PSP if you want to play those old greats without paying to download them all again.

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Vita’s fastest selling game: Hot Shots Golf 6 !!



Hot Shots Golf 6 is the first PlayStation Vita to reach 100,000 copies sold mark according to ASCII Media Works. It currently stands at a total of 107,000 copies sold.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Download your PSP games onto your PS Vita with UMD Passport



 


There have been some rumours going around that PSP owners will be able to import their current collection of games to their PlayStation Vita. This has now been confirmed true as Sony announced the UMD Passportprogram. The process, however, will not be free.

The steps in downloading your PSP games isn’t very tedious either. They are as follows (courtesy of Andriasang):