By Jove, nixing UMD transfer support makes sense, because...

You know, if Sony's not going to allow for UMD transfer and they're not going to make the peripheral below, then they should allow someone else to. But they're not going to, they're going to screw you out of you library just like they did when they pulled BC out of the PS3. Well sure, we can hold onto our old consoles just fine. But the fact that Sony is doing a worse job of selling their new consoles than Microsoft or Nintendo right now might be a sign that dangling backwards compatibility in front of us and then yanking it away with no explanation is irritating their hardcore fans.

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Hang on, you filthy animal. Nixing UMD transfer support is the worst, because...

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Anyway, yes, I think it's crappy that SCEA isn't doing anything to entice people to switch to the GO. But like I said, existing customers aren't really the target for it. I think SCEA is aiming wholly for new users. I'm not surprised about the no UMD transfer statement, the legal issues behind a program like that must be insane.

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Anyway, yes, I think it's crappy that SCEA isn't doing anything to entice people to switch to the GO. But like I said, existing customers aren't really the target for it. I think SCEA is aiming wholly for new users. I'm not surprised about the no UMD transfer statement, the legal issues behind a program like that must be insane.

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Wired: Why isn’t there going to be a UMD transfer program for North America, like there is in Japan?

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Then there's the handhelds, we all know Nintendo's track record and how good they are about backwards compatible systems. But Sony never quite caught on. Since Sony tried monopolizing the PSP market with ProStickDuos and UMD's, consumers were stuck with paying whatever price they needed to deck out there handheld. Sure UMD's were fine, they were relatively inexpensive for the most part and could hold entire movies and games with it's dual layered 1.8 gig memory capacity. Everything was fine and dandy until about 2009 when Sony decided to ultimately ditch their UMD functionality to make room for a lighter, digital only PSP go that didn't sell well at all. But Sony had a plan, around the same time Vita came onto the drawing board, They came up with the idea of UMD-Digital transfers. There were a couple ways they planned on doing this. One way was to take the serial code from the game, input it onto your PSP go and 'Voila' your game is now digital. That seemed to be the most prominent and easiest way to accomplish this. 2 years passed and the PSP go never saw such a program. But the Vita will! Sony introduced the UMD digital transfer to make all of your old PSP games playable on your new vita for a minimal fee. Now I am a traditionalist so I would rather save the money and play all of my old games on the original system.

Just because Japan received the PSP-Vita UMD transfer application on their PlayStation Vita, it doesn’t mean that SCEA will follow.

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Will the UK get the UMD Transfer Program? () SCEE has not confirmed yet whether the Passport program will come to Europe or not. (millsjonah)

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Wisconsin-Superior (3-2) was off this weekend and opens its first season in the UMAC at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Bethany Lutheran. UMD transfer Hailey Kontny has made an immediate impact in her return to her hometown, leading the Yellowjackets at 13.8 ppg, while Hadley Skalmoski is next at 11.6 ppg and tops the team at 6.4 rebounds per game.