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    Smile Motorstorm and Everybody’s Tennis are back on the PSN

    Well it looks like Sony finally put the 2 games that were previously used for the vita hbl exploit back on the market. If you are like me and have been missing the option to download the game after you bought it (since exploit went public), hopefully it will show up again in your download list. Im pretty sure it will be a patched version and not the version available before the exploit was announced ;). So don't expect to use dat shit to load VHBL :p

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    this. Sony is really trying to keep the VITA from becoming a psp situation. Think they need to work on games though

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    Actually the vHBL is quite legal. It justs allows us to play homebrew.

    Sony is instead afraid of piracy to both PSP games (which ae each sold around 15 euros on PSN store) and PS Vita Games (30 euros) which plagued it's earlier handhelds

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