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Showing posts with label psn account. Show all posts
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Friday, April 6, 2012

Major PS Vita price drop coming

Along with the price cut Sony also announced a "Pioneer Program" This is a set of free gifts and downloadable games which will be available to the early adopters who purchased a PS Vita at its previous $220 price. Starting April 17th PSN accounts which connect to the PS Vita PSN store before 12am April 16th will be entitled to 10 free PSP games, the free PSP games are as follows:

   

Thursday, March 29, 2012

How to use multiple PSN accounts with PS Vita.



It is possible to use one PlayStation Vita with more than one PlayStation Network account. And despite what others are saying, it’s not that difficult to switch between two or more accounts. Really! Importers have been on the fence after early reports, so this article should ease their minds a bit.

Earlier this month Sony went back and forth on how the Vita works with PSN accounts. They ended the discussion by saying that the system is locked to one PSN account, and that’s right. When you set up the system, the account you use is tied to the hardware. You’ll have to go through a process to break that tie and set up a new account.
We’re going to take you through how it’s done. The process looks a bit scary as you go through, but we’ve tried it ourselves a few times. If done correctly, you won’t lose any of your saves or data, and your system activations will be in line.
How to switch PSN accounts on the PS Vita:

1) Backup:

Assuming that you’ve already set up your Vita with one PSN account, and that you’re wanting to use another, you’ll want to back up your game data and saves first. I was particularly nervous the first time I tried this, as I had game saves for several Vita games stored in the system.
The backup process is very easy, though. Simply connect the Vita to a PC or PS3 and use the Content Manager app. You’ll need Sony’s software for PC use. “Backup” is one of the four options given in this app. Select this to dump the entire contents of your memory to the connected device. You’ll be able to restore this with one touch through the same app later.
If you don’t need a full system backup, you can choose to simply export your game saves.


2) Restore and deactivate the PS Vita system:

You’ll need to “restore” the PS Vita to sign on to the other account you want to use. This means that the data and settings will be wiped to factory standards, and that you’ll have to set up the system all over again. The good news here is that this process is very quick.
Important: Note that you’ll need to deactivate your Vita while logged into one PSN account to use it under another. You probably won’t want to do this from a PC, as you’re only given one activation every six months! Deactivating from the Vita makes it so that you can activate it again without issue. To do this you’ll go to the Settings app, choose the PlayStation Network option, and then pick System Activation and follow the instructions.
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Or, you could start the Vita’s Restore process. The system should prompt you to deactivate the system first before restoring. It should also ask if you’d like to delete all data on the memory card. The whole process takes less than a minute.

3) Set up the Vita with your other PSN account:

It’s simply a matter of logging in with your other PSN account. Again, the setup process only takes a minute or two. You’ll set the language, date/time, and watch the silly mandatory opening movie. Then you’re good to go!

4) Reload save files and content:

Content Manager makes it easy to select everything you’d want back on your Vita. Note that you won’t be able to move over games that belong to another PSN account, but game saves and other data work just fine.

5) And when you want to go back to the first account, Restore:

Don’t even bother setting anything up. Just connect the same USB cable to the same PC/PS3 you used to back up. Start the Content Manager, click “Restore” and watch as your Vita goes back to the way you had it before you logged in. You could even create backups of each PSN account on your PC/PS3 to have ready for easy switching. It’s quite wonderful how easy it is to back up everything on the Vita.

FAQ:

Here are some questions we’ve been asked on account switching. Import related questions have also been included. These are in addition to our operational FAQ.
Does a US PSN account work on a Japanese Vita?
Yes, it works. You won’t be able to access the US PS Store as it’s not up yet. This means that you won’t be able to download your games to the system, either. Still, you can access everything else, including friends lists, trophies and messaging.
Can I use Japanese games while logged into my US PSN account?
All of mine work fine!
What happens if you don’t deactivate the Vita before restoring it?
You may not be able to activate the system under another PSN account, as it’s still tied to the previous one.
Can you load PSP games from your PS3 or PC to your Vita on a US PSN account?
Not yet, it seems. I tried it from both the PC and PS3 a couple of times.
Can you just switch out memory cards, using a dedicated card for each PSN account?
Our second memory card is on order, so we can’t test this yet. But I see no reason why it wouldn’t work. We’ll report back soon on this.

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

PS Vita News: VitaTools v1.00

Developer Deroad has released an update to VitaTools for the soon to be released PlayStation Vita. This tool will unpack the PUP files of the Vita and is based on the PS3 tools released by fail 0verflow.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Gravity Daze PS Vita skins available in March







Dezaegg are releasing official Gravity Daze skins for the PlayStation Vita. Two skin styles will be available on March 1 and each will will cost ¥1,480 ($19.30 US).

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

New Vita Launch Bundle finally makes 3G model attractive


US retailer Amazon started a promotional offer for the Vita 3G model launch: for 299$, people who buy the Vita 3G get a 8GB Memory card, 250MB of 3G bandwidth, and a free PSN Game. Since a memory card is compulsory for most games, and 4GB is the lowest you can get (and, if you plan to really use the console, it will not be enough), and knowing that most games are about 50$, this looks like a great offer, making the 3G model basically cheaper than the Wifi model.

This is proof that the 3G model is not getting the love that Sony was expecting, but if it’s cheaper, why would you not buy it? My Wifi model with a 4GB card and a crappy game was more expensive than this bundle.
Update: The fine prints reveal that this is not as good a deal as I initially thought it was: the “free” 250MB of 3G bandwidth is activated after your first AT&T plan, which means you have to subscribe to the AT&T offer, which makes that part no so attractive in the end. The game itself is also redeemed only if you subscribe to AT&T. This is still a good deal if you were planning on getting the 3G model, but not so attractive anymore if you didn’t have any plan to subscribe to AT&T with your Vita. Thanks to NitsudR for point this out!

And because it’s Amazon, people who already preordered a 3G model will also be getting this promotion

Ragnarok Odyssey demo downloaded 100,000 times







GungHo has announced that the Ragnarok Odyssey demo, released for the PlayStation Vita on January 19, has been downloaded a total of 100,000 times. To commemorate the achievement, the official Ragnarok Odyssey has been  updated with a new wallpaper.


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):