So you just purchased a spanking new PS Vita, and would love to make full use of it. Well, here is news for you – while there are other quality titles available for this extremely young platform, those who want Everybody’s Tennis will no longer be able to download it from the PlayStation Store – never mind which continent you currently stay on. This particular title was withdrawn after another exploit was discovered, touting that this exploit could be used in order to hack the PS Vita. Yanked off the virtual shelves of the PlayStation Store without any prior warning to the chagrin of tennis fans, Sony’s decisive move will not win the hearts of some, but I do understand the need to make such a decision on the spot. This is not the first title to be removed due to security issues though, as Motorstorm Arctic Edge played the role of a precursor.
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