Sony is taking action in an attempt to counteract video game piracy on it’s latest handheld, the PlayStation Vita.
Having had to pull 2 games last month (MotorStorm: Arctic Edge, Everybody’s Tennis), this week saw the Japanese company having to withdraw puzzle title, Super Collapse III from it’s online store. The issue is a result of Wololo’s Half-Byte Loader, a ‘homebrew‘ loader for the PSP that allows the games to be played on Vita via it’s built in PSP emulator. Wololo claim the loader is non-malicious, although given the hacking fiasco Sony faced last year, one can understand the company’s diligence.
Both MotorStorm and Everybody’s Tennis returned to the store after being patched so it’s safe to assume Super Collapse III won’t be gone for long.