Hackers say certain games can be manipulated to provide access to handheld's core

PS Vita game ‘removed after piracy scare’

Sony has removed PlayStation Vita compatible PSP game Everybody’s Tennis from the PSN Store after reports that it had allowed pirates to crack the new handheld.

News site The Sixth Axis believes that Sony previously removed MotorStorm Arctic Edge from its download portal for similar reasons.

Members of the PlayStation hacking community have reportedly said that both titles can be used to implement a software trick that allows users access to the system’s core functionality.

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