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Sony PSP and PS Vita to Communicate Using Ad-hoc Mode – It’s Mostly Gossip

by Conner Flynn
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You probably want to get in on the PS Vita action, but are worried that you will be lonely. After all, your friends all have PSPs. Well, here’s some good news my PS loving friends. The Sony PSP and PS Vita will be able to play nice together and talk via Wi-Fi Ad-Hoc mode. They will digitally high-five each other, say wassup and get down to business.

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That’s right, you can download the same games to both portables and play in Ad-Hoc mode. The problem right now is that there just aren’t many Ad-Hoc games available to us Yankees compared to what they have in Japan. Hopefully that will change.

However with the PS Vita being region free, we can probably expect more games that we can play worldwide. Hopefully those will be good for your PSP toting friends as well.

[via Siliconera via Geeky-Gadgets]



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