US won’t have PSP UMD transfer program for Vita

Posted By | On 08th, Feb. 2012

In a surprising news, it has come to our notice that the US region won’t get the PSP UMD transfer program for the Vita.

The program allows you to register your PSP UMD games on PSN and download a digital copy for a small fee.

We have no idea why this is the case – but that’s how it is for now. Sony revealed this to Kotaku, and said it is only available for Japanese Vita owners for now.

Sony Europe hasn’t said anything about this as well, so we are pretty sure, it won’t be available on that region as well.

If you have bought a game directly via PSN, that game will work on the Vita, it’s as simple as that. It seems like Sony want you to buy new games, d’uh.

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