Sony has announced that it will not release the UMD Passport program for when the Vita releases in the United States.
The Passport program allows Japanese PSP users to catalog their UMD versions of their games on PSN, and after paying a title transfer fee (different depending on the publisher/game) they would be able to download that game on their Vita.
PSP games purchased off of the Playstation Network will not be affected. These titles can still be accessed and played on the Vita.
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2 Innocent Sin was announced and the opening animation has been released.
Persona 2 Opening Animation
Innocent Sin was the second half of the Persona 2 storyline that the world outside of Japan didn’t get to experience (officially). This is our second chance, with a fully upgraded version to boot.
Read more about it at Famitsu.
Credit to Famitsu for the logo image.
DJ Max Portable 3 is the latest entry in the successful Korean DJ Music Simulation series. The game retains its former style, but also adds in a new x.2T mode and a new batch of music.
If you weren’t a fan of the previous entries music, this one won’t convert you over. It has a mix of styles ranging from Korean pop to R&B and Hip Hop. If this isn’t your style, you should look elsewhere. This is a music game after all.