Dear Sony…

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320 Responses

  1. BlackFire27 says:

    Where’s the like button?

  2. peter says:

    nothing much constructive here, but I LAUGHED MY A** OFF!! sarcasm is my favorite kind of humor. :))))) “terrorists”.. LOL!!xDDDD

  3. wololo jr says:

    Marks a flamer >_>

  4. wololo jr says:

    Sarcasm is a faggots punch, real men don’t use words they break jaws >8)

    • wololo says:

      Yeah, well you can assume with the amount of time I spend managing this blog and hacking that I haven’t been doing enough sports to break jaws recently. I fight with the weapons nature gave me 🙂

  5. Great guideposts and straightforward approaches of installation.

  6. david says:

    Just finished reading all this lol. And you say hacking ruined the psp if i remember correct they made a fortune and it was that successful they released vita (psp2) in some peoples eyes so as i say hacking it never really affected it too great tye ps1 was a massive hit mare billions and you could play pirates with just swaping disjs or a xploder cartridge that was a third party cheating cart. Aw and the ps2 got hacked and theres another console made billions and the devs that made games and finally ps3 hacked and boom another console still making loads of cash and no one is goin stop making games so my point being is hack on and hopfuly pirate games come to vita too cause im sure it aint goin to ruin it.

  7. click says:

    While I actually like this publish, I think there was an spelling error near towards the finish of your 3rd paragraph.

  8. Ben says:

    Excuse me while I explain some common views that I share.

    I bought my vita for more than $200. I own it. I do. Not Sony. I should be able to do what I want with it, even exploit the PS Vita that I bought. That being said, I shouldn’t be able to exploit Sony, because I don’t own Sony. I know it sounds stupid but in my mind that’s how it works. When you own something, you should be able to do what you want with it.

    I also have a love/hate relationship with Sony. Their products are great, probably the best on the market. But the fact is, Sony strangles their products so much that, for example, I can’t enjoy games that I bought from them and payed money for. The vita has endless capabilities but Sony’s fear and misattribution is limiting it to playing a handful of terrible games (or should I say expensive samplers) and checking your facebook.

  9. jobzombi says:

    I support all 3 gaming companies for the games that they make and I don’t use piracy. Their demise is a result of their lack of innovative software and their adamant belief that gamers should take what they’re given and shut up. I have several psone games that I would love to transfer to my vita and are all legitimate purchases. If HBL allows this before Sony, I’ll use HBL. I do understand exclusive content though, I mean MS owns Bungie, Nintendo owns retro studios and sony owns naughty dog, so it makes sense that they will be developing games for their owners. That is the only reason I own all 3 systems. Wiis whole *** and take what we give is the reason when the wii U comes out, this fish is not biting. I believe now they allows you to transfer your purchases to another Wii, but I mainly used it when it just came out, before xbox and ps3 came out, so all that content is gone after my white one crapped out on me and I got the black one to go with my av receiver. I contacted nintendo and all my purchased stuff, ie tracks for band hero, guitar hero, etc. was not allowed to transfer. I know some people have fought hard and they allowed it, but the number that have succeeded is too small for me to care. When the time comes, I’ll give sony and ms my money and show that gamers support the companies that support gamers. I still have my white xbox, original with some customization, like 6 inch exhaust grill and fan for cooling, which luckily got the red ring before the 3 years and they fixed it. I play the 360 more because I have so many series games on that, that I did not want to lose transfer data on, Mass effect 3 comes to mind, but I play the ps3 for my old school stuff and battlefield 3. They know what gamers want but in attempt to try to keep the gamers to themselves they push them away at times. I still want to play FF7 on my vita as the remote play lags most of the time and my job’s internet runs off a proxy that requires login so I can’t use wifi for faster connection there. Again they want to limit exposure but in return push gamers away. To avoid security issues they do not allow a vpn/remote access to the ps3 directly, it has to be done through psn. Until then I got the vita and I love it, catching up on my psp games that I missed, dissidia for example, and I am patiently waiting until the next HBL release and hoping that either sony or the hacking team get a way for me to get my ff7 on my ps3 onto my vita.

  10. downgrade Wii firmware says:

    Incase nintendo dsi had intended us to fly hed have provided us with wings lmao :
    -)

  11. Terrence says:

    While “One Sony” has helped get its different units working together better, critics note that the company could more smartly utilize its disparate assets.

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