Comment posted More PSP games compatible with PS Vita than initial 275-game list lets on by Joe Garcia.
I got $90, plus another $10 for shipping. But then eBay and PayPal took their cut and I got about $80. =/
Stil better than the $25 that GameStop was offering.
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- You can’t play PS1 classics on your Vita, unless you’re playing them via Remote Play.
- Do you mean the PS1 Classics? PS1 games are only playable via Remote Play for now, I think.
- Haha, not what I was going for! And I’m not currently *playing* VCII, I just wanted to have it on-board. If it makes you feel any better, I forgot to transfer my save from my PSP Go before I formatted and sold it to buy the Vita in the first place.
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That’s not necessarily how a developer-publisher relationship works, though. Ideally, a publisher trusts a developer to make something that’s both fun and creative, while also being profitable for them. I’ve never heard of a publisher intervening about a specific plot point or gameplay mechanic, threatening to pull the plug if it isn’t changed. Usually when a game gets canned, it’s because it simply isn’t shaping up to be something worthwhile — remember NBA Elite?