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You can login and purchase games from PC, but it just adds them to a download list - then you can transfer from the PS3 after they are downloaded, or go direct to vita.
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 ...
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 ...
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.
No, they don't, it's a port (separate for PS3 and Vita). Hence, there is no such compatibily list.
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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