Gone: Numblast & Hatsune Miku: Project Diva extend have been removed from the PSN stores!
Like we have expected it, Sony has removed the firmware 3.36 exploit games from the worldwide PSN stores.
This includes the japanese exploit game ‘Hatsune Miku: Project Diva extend’ and the world wide exploit game ‘Numblast/Qruton’.
The games can not be bought, and have been removed from the download lists too (depends on your PSN store, sometimes they stay in the download list& can be redownloaded, but not newly bought).
What does this mean for you? It pretty much means that you should create a backup of the exploit game via CMA, so you have a copy of it on your PC, in case you mess up.
Feel free to read the following article about maintaining a proper exploit game & firmware on your PS Vita.