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You will not be able to re-download them, or play any games that you had previously downloaded & installed via Playstation Plus. If you try to download any of the games from your download history, it will not work. However, if you later decide to renew your subscription, these games will become available for use again. They are even re-downloadable, as ...
Yes, you can. I've done it with Final Fantasy VII and the Spyro games- they all worked perfectly.
Update 1: PSOne Classics will come to the Vita August 28, 2012 (Joystiq) Update 2: On August 28, PlayStation Vita firmware update 1.8 went live, enabling the Vita to play select PSOne Classics. IGN has a list of compatible PSOne games. Update 3: At this point most, but not all, PSX classics are supported on Vita. As per a recent mixup, all PSX games were ...
I read on the PS forum that it all depends if the PS One game you're playing on your PS vita, PS3 or PSP supports analog sticks or just digital. So if it supports Analog then you can change the settings to use the sticks and digital is present if it doesn't. If it DOES, just do this: While you're in your PS One game, hold your finger on the ps vita Front ...
All PSOne Classics, are playable from both the PSP and the PS3, once purchased from the PSN store.
At this time, PSone titles are not supported by the Vita, along with the Turbografix and PS2 titles. According to some google translated pages from Japan, the PCEngine/Turbografix and PSone titles support will be finalized/announced at some point in the future. I imagine the only reason it's not supported yet is that they need to finish the emulator, as it ...
Yes, all PSOne Classics from the PlayStation Network can be played on all the different versions of the PSP (PSP-1000, PSP-2000, PSP-3000, PSP GO and PSP-E1000). Just make sure you have downloaded the latest firmware on your system. From Wikipedia: PSOne Classics, launched in North America on December 4, 2006, are re-releases of original PlayStation ...
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 ...
Once your PlayStation Plus (PS+) membership expired all "free" games (and DLC) obtained will not be accessible until you renew your subscription. Attempting to launch an expired game will launch a message that says "This content can be used if you renew the license in PlayStation Store." You'll then be redirected to the PlayStation Store, where you will be ...
You will not be able to play them. I am not sure if you can download them or not. PSN prompts before the purchase of these titles that they are only valid as long as your a member. Renewing your subscriptions will open these games back up or you can purchase them. If you have not had your subscription for more than 3 months the only thing you will lose is ...
Whilst not helpful if you want to play whilst out and about, I believe you can play PS1 games using remote play through a PS3.
You may (but not necessarly always) get a discount on your purchase
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 ...
I know Final Fantasy VII works on the PSP from the PSN because I'm playing it right now on my PSP!
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