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Sony Removes Second Vita Game from SEN

March 29th, 2012 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: Playstation Vita | No Comments »

Sony has pulled the second Vita game from their virtual shelves. This time, Everybody’s Tennis from Sony itself is pulled, only days after the company pulled their Motostorm Arctic Edge offline.

Reason for pulling Everybody’s Tennis is a flaw in the savegame functionality. It allowed gamers to run homebrew software on their Playstation Vita devices. Though it is possible to run homebrew, there is no possibility yet to run cracked games through this method.

Taking these titles offline is pretty extreme. Consumers who temporarily removed the games from their devices or purchased them without downloading yet, can’t access them.

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