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Sony says no UMD Passport Program for North America

Tears and anger fill Sony fans across America as Sony released a statement that their UMD Passport won’t be coming to North America. The UMD Passport Program would of allowed people who bought a PSP game to transfer purchased game over to their Playstation Network accounts.

Sony released the following statement for North America.

“SCEA will not be offering the UMD Passport program. U.S. consumers who already own digital versions of select PSP titles will be able to seamlessly transfer those games to their PS Vita system. PSP games played on PS Vita will offer upscaled video quality that’s ideal for the system’s 5-inch OLED screen, along with controls that are optimized for its features such as the dual analog sticks. At the launch of  PS Vita, 250 PSP titles (including minis) will be available, and hundreds of additional titles will be available post-launch.”

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This entry was posted on 02/08/2012 by in Handheld, Sony and tagged , , , , .
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