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This seems to be for the ps vita.


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Yes- but she can't play any PS4 games through remote play while you're playing one. If she's playing a downloaded or physical Vita game, there should be no conflict issues. I've actually tried this with the PS4 and Vita before, as I have my PS+ account on both systems, as well as my PS3.


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I just bought the game to test this, and the information is correct. I sadly could not download it to my PS Vita.


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You can't, fishing is currently only implemented in the PC version of terraria


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As long as the game is available for the Vita then it should be fine. I purchased Final Fantasy VII as a ps1 classic before the vita, and I'm able to play it on the vita. The thing is not all ps1 classics are one the vita, but most of them are, so if the classic you want to play includes the vita you can play it, even if it was purchased before the vita ...


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It isn't easy to tell if the biome you are in is surface or not because of the walls behind the house, I suggest breaking all of that. Also, as it states in the wiki, "to get the Truffle to move in, there must be housing in a surface Mushroom Biome during hardmode." judging by the list you have provided you have done all of the things that are required. All ...


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You can always purchase DLC without installing it or without having run the game and I frequently do this via the Sony and Microsoft web stores. Then download and install at some later time. For things like the trophies that you ask about, that's going to be case by case and you're just going to have to research them. Frankly the same goes for game demo's as ...


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The PS Vita doesn't have an option to easily see DLC, but there are two other ways that may work: Use Search on the PlayStation Store. If you search the name of the game, you will be able to see other content, including DLC, videos, and themes for that game (where available). The LiveArea screen of some games usually include a link to other related content ...


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Unfortuantely this wont work. The PSP uses a AC adapter with a specialized tip for AC charging: Amazon listing for PSP charger adapter Amazon listing for AC adapter tips The PS vita uses a unique output port to the PSvita from a USB input: Amazon listing for PS vita charger cable Basically you would need a USB input that leads to a AC Tip output, which ...


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It's reasonably safe to leave charger plugged in while playing. Moreover you will keep charge at 100% while playing with charger attached, so yes, most probably it's using charger instead of battery (I know some people play this way to play for a long time). And as @Chippies mentioned, all modern device-charger pair are configured they can be leaved ...


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No. You can not do what you are hoping to do. Only the PSN account on the PS3 that is also the PSN account signed into the Vita can send games to it. If you want to send games from the other PSN account you will need to wipe and reset the Vita to the other account first.


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Game codes have to be redeemed over SEN (Sony Entertainment Networks) and are account-bound. If the previous owner redeemed those codes, then they'll be able to download those games even after they switch their PS Vita or memory card so long as they still remember their SEN account name and password. Codes that have been redeemed once cannot be redeemed ...


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The whole campaign would still be playable. (Basically any race or events that only have you; the player and NPC/AIs in it) EDIT: Or split-screen co-op. When it said: Some content will be locked It means that anything require internet access (or online authentication), for example (but not limited to): Unlocks requiring online play (ie. Win X ...


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Normally you just need to copy the save file straight to the Vita from your PS3. (First verify you have the correct memory card and make note of it's nickname, these first two steps are optional) 1) On the PS3 go to your virtual PS1 memory card. 2) Open the memory card and find your game save. 3) Connect your Vita to your PS3 and in the Content Manager ...


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You can play any games Vita can play, except those that are dependent on the PS Vita system's unique features like: microphone, camera, gyroscope, back and front touch. Sony Japan site states Vita TV as a separate platform, so in time, I guess, games will be specifically marked as compatible in US/Europe PSN Stores as well.


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If you have the PCH-2000 model of the Vita, it has two LED lights on the top left side of the system. One is a power indicator which is typically blue when the vita is on and then turns red when your power gets low. The other one is orange and only turns on when the vita is receiving a charge. On every model of the Vita, a lightning bolt will pulse over ...


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Yes you can! I copied Crash and Spyro to PC from a PS Vita that already downloaded them, then copied them over to a brand new memory card with Content Manager. The games launch and run with no problem even when connected to the internet. Note this only helps if you already have these games on a Vita memory card. Without the PSN glitch these games still ...



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