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27 Oct 2011
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If I was to buy a game for my Playstation3, but I also wanted to play it on the go, would this mean I would need two copies? Or is there some kind of system that means I don't, maybe a system similar to Remote Play which could work anywhere due to 3G.

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I must be thick as I didn't realise the Vita could play PS3 games ?

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It can't. But some games will come with PS3 and PSV versions that have some compatibilities. Check for each relevant game - it's possible some will be packaged with a copy of both PS3 and PSV versions.

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Surely if they're bragging that the games will be as good quality as the PS3 versions, they'll be able to be some kind of 3G cross-over to play both? The reason it couldn't be done through Remote Play on the old PSP's was that the PSP couldn't handle the visuals.

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You'll be able to play PS3 games via remote play, but you'll need  wifi hotspot, 3G is too slow

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