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PlayStation Plus isn’t new to the PlayStation ecosystem, in fact it’s over a year old. The PlayStation 3, of course, was first to receive the content heavy subscription plan, and when the Vita launched back in February questions were raised as to when it would finally be available there as well.
It was announced earlier this morning that the newly refreshed and redesigned PlayStation Store is pushing out to all PlayStation 3 users in the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Mexico.
You may recall a little known game called PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale which first showed it’s face in numerous leaks across the internet and at this year’s E3. Well, if you do, then good, and if you don’t just think about Super Smash Brothers on your Vita or PS3 and you’ll have the basic idea behind the upcoming first party fighter.
Over the past few week or so the PlayStation Vita scene has changed drastically. We’ve seen the leaked work of former developer, Coldbird, and the released work that is TN-A, a HEN equivalent for the Vita’s PSP emulator, but what really can we do with a sand-boxed PSP emulator kernel exploit. In it’s most basic form, the recently released HEN allows homebrew, plugins, and PSP UMD backups to be run, but what really is the purpose of a kernel exploit? After all, it’s not all that common as you would think.