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I think the problem is that the Vita doesn't have a physical WLAN switch like the PSP, hold the PShome button to bring up the menu and make sure that WiFi is switched on. (This only works on the latest firmware, you will have to go into the settings menu otherwise) Edit: You have to make sure that airplane mode is off.


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I made some tests and Bryan C. comment's url confirmed my theory, according to this: A virtual memory card is created automatically when you start PlayStation® format software and save your game. For each application, two virtual memory cards (for MEMORY CARD slots 1 and 2) are created with the same name as the title of the game. So my theory was that ...


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No, they don't, it's a port (separate for PS3 and Vita). Hence, there is no such compatibily list.


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No, this will not work. You can only have one account from one region active on a PS Vita. This is the same with the PSP, fwiw. To change accounts you actually have to reset the device, wipe the content and activate the alternate account with its own SD card, as the memory card content is locked to the account it was initialized to. Oh, and a word of ...


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PS3: PlayStation 3 System Software Update History PS4: PlayStation 4 System Software Update History PS VITA: PlayStation Vita System Software Update History System updates can be found under Help -> Knowledge Center -> System Software Updates


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AFAIK yes, all games are available for download for PS Vita (however, see p. 1). As for the reasons for buying physical games: Most importantly some games are not available in some countries (banned for whatever reason). For example Dragon's Crown is not available in Russia (such a shame!). You only option then is to buy a game cartridge. They can be ...


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The Vita can only play certain supported digital versions of PSP games. If your games are on a PSP UMD only then you are out of luck. (source) As for the games you listed specifically, only these are available currently on the Vita as a download through the PSN store: Jak and Daxter Secret Agent Clank


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I've personally found that site to be quite poor. Selecting the buy now option for any of the digital games sends you to a different storefront altogether so they should probably work to retire us.playstation.com or tie it more closely into their actual storefront. The real storefront is store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com. The listings there are by far more ...


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The answer is based on language. If you have a game localized in a specific language which your game does not support for your region and you try to import that saved game, it will not work; however, if the save game is localized with multiple languages, one of which is yours, then it should work. Operative there is, 'should', and I say this because no game ...


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Have you tried "VICTORIAS" instead? According to this post, some versions of the game have different passwords/spellings: Some versions (like Italian/spanish) have different passwords than the English versions. For example, in the Italian version, the password for Rikku's weapon is VICTORIAS.


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Yes, you are 100% correct in your understanding. To prevent access to the PSN store, you have two options. 1) turn off "auto-login" for PSN. This way anytime you want to purchase/download something you need to provide the password. 2) delete the wi-fi profile off of your Vita after it's activated so it can't connect to the Internet. From there you can ...


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No. No such option. You're stuck with the default layout. This is the #1 complaint about the game.


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In order to pair up your Vita to your PS4, you will need to get both of them to pair up with each other. During the process, your PS4 will generate a code; you'll have a couple of minutes to provide your Vita with that code. Because of that, you will have to operate both devices concurrently; it's likely not possible without a partner. Both devices also ...


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Transferring the save game can be done with a recent update to the PS3 version. For the trophies there are two separate lists, but if you transfer a save from the PS3 which has acquired trophies it will unlock them on the Vita, and vice versa. So, you can go through unlocking them all again if you want to, or you can transfer a save from your old game to ...


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No. Only one user can use the system at a time. While multiple users can be logged in, the Vita will display the same as the current view on the TV, and if the Vita user isn't the one with control (you get it from pressing the PS button on the Vita if another user has logged into the console), it can't do anything but watch. You can't be signed into the ...


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It's an unfortunate side effect of certain games...I think Uncharted Vita used to do it or something. As far as I can tell, it's simply the game disabling network features for...some reason, and there's nothing you can do to keep it from happening. I thought this was a bug or something that was fixed since I haven't seen it in months, but I guess devs can ...


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


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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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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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In answer to your questions: 1) Yes. All Vita games are available as digital download. Beyond that, you can also buy many digital only Vita games, PSP games, Mini's, PS1 classics, etc... 2) There is no internal memory for storing downloads and save files on your Vita, so the memory card is essential for using the system. As for migrating from a 4GB card to ...


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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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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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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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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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Yes if you re-pass the right number of enemy bills they will be level 99 again. The glitch isn't one-time or anything, it's simply a result of how the XP calculation is handled by the engine. It takes more XP to get to level 100 from 99 than levels 100 through 320, so those enemies give that much more experience.


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It really depends on the game, I'm afraid. Some Vita games store their saves on the cartridge, rather than the console, and some of the download versions of games on PS+ aren't the exact same version as those sold at retail, so the saves aren't always compatible/accessible. That said, unless your downloads are capped, then you've nothing to loose by ...


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Here's an extract from the official Playstation site. When the PS button blinks orange during charging, the battery charge is too low to turn on your system. Wait until the PS button stops blinking and lights up orange before turning on your system. Yes, this is true even if the PS Vita is currently charging. Just be patient, the PS Vita will ...


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This is something that I too myself have wondered about. Since my Vita is still under warranty I decided to chat with Playstation Support, and try and get a semi-official response. What follows is the related parts of my chat conversation. (I have removed names to protect the innocent.) Me: When the PS Vita battery gets low enough, the system shuts ...


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While PS3 and Vita games are region free they have a form of Region Locking where a game wont recognize the DLC for it unless it's from the same region as the game itself, this is problematic with the Vita as the PSN account is locked onto the memory card unlike the PS3 where you can create separate local profiles for different regions and download all the ...


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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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