PS Vita Will Allow For More Than One PSN ID Per Unit


The other day we reported that you would only be able to use a single PSN ID with your PS Vita, but it turns out that’s not strictly true. Here’s how the thing will work, according to Wired.

Your PSN ID will be locked in to your memory card rather than internal memory, so if you want to switch to another PSN ID it’s simply a matter of switching out your memory cards.

Wait, you have to have a memory card to even access the PlayStation Network? Man, you thought you were pissed about those exorbitant memory card prices before? Sony, you are lame as hell.

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2 Comments on PS Vita Will Allow For More Than One PSN ID Per Unit

John

On December 8, 2011 at 8:11 pm

So when this platform fails (and I hope it does), how are they gonna put the blame of its failure on piracy??? They havn’t thought that one through

MrFlibble

On December 10, 2011 at 11:09 am

Seriously. Playstation charges us too much money for a new kind of memory card for some BS reason, and then we need another overpriced memory card for each person that’s going to play it? Are they really just trying to figure out as many ways as possible to ensure that nobody wants to buy a Vita?

Oh, Playstation 2, how I miss thee and your glory days for Sony.