Two PSP titles are back on sale after Sony took action to combat a possible PS Vita security breach. Last month Sony removed Motorstorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis from the PlayStation Store after hacker Wololo found that they contained a loophole to allow unsigned homebrew code to run through the Vita's PSP emulator. We can confirm that both titles are back online in the European Vita store and selling for £6.99 each, in line with recent price drops on several other PSP titles. While the loophole has been closed for now, Sony might not be able to rest for too long — Wololo applauds the company for restoring the games, but warns that he has an exploit for another title ready and waiting in the wings.
Sony returns PSP games to PlayStation Store after closing security loophole
Motorstorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis are back on the PlayStation Store after Sony removed them to combat a possible PS Vita security breach.