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PlayStation All-Stars Etc. is the first retail game in Sony's Cross Buy program

One of the nifty things about the Vita is being able to buy select PS3 PSN games and getting the Vita version for free. MotorStorm RC and Sound Shapes are two more popular examples.

Sony announced at their Gamescom conference today that they plan to extend that perk to retail games, beginning with PlayStaion All-Stars: Battle Royale. If you buy the PS3 version, you'll get a copy of the Vita version at no extra charge.

Other games to benefit from the program include Sly Cooper Collection and Ratchet & Clank: Qforce. Finally, crossplay has a reason to exist. Kind of.

Reported by Rhody Tobin


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