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Get 10 PS Vita Indie Games on a 4GB Memory Card for £9.99 at Base

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Jonathan Lester
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Indie Games, PS Vita games

Get 10 PS Vita Indie Games on a 4GB Memory Card for £9.99 at Base

PS Vita 4GB memory card + 10 indie games | Base | £9.99 (save £7)

A great price for ten impressive indie games and a 4GB memory card to keep them on. £9.99 is an absolute steal for Alien Breed, Thomas Was Alone, Velocity, Men's Room Mayhem, Limbo, Coconut Dodge, Hotline Miami, Total Recoil, Superfrog HD and Roaming Cloud God.

Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!

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mrbiggz  Jul. 1, 2014 at 10:15

Hi i have a 64gb memory card already with all my psn games instead of switching cards is there a way of transferring these games on to my 64gb card?

JonLester  Jul. 1, 2014 at 10:21

Yes, I believe so!

1: Pop the 4GB card into your Vita, then you should be able use the Content Manager app to transfer/back up the contents to a PC with Content Manager Assistant installed, or a PS3/PS4.

2: Then put the 64GB card back in your PS Vita and transfer the files across.

Switching between cards is aggravating and time-consuming (especially as it has to 'rebuild libraries' every time), so getting all your content onto one 64GB card is definitely the way to go. I've filled up two and a bit 16GB cards and need to do the same soon.

http://manuals.playstation.net/document/gb/psvita/cm/index.html

EDIT: Ah, that's a worst case scenario - looks like it's even easier! See stevenjameshyde's comment below.

Last edited by JonLester, Jul. 1, 2014 at 11:37
mrbiggz  Jul. 1, 2014 at 10:31

Brilliant thanks for that i will give it a try





Yes, I believe so!

1: Pop the 4GB card into your Vita, then you should be able use the Content Manager app to transfer/back up the contents to a PC with Content Manager Assistant installed, or a PS3/PS4.

2: Then put the 64GB card back in your PS Vita and transfer the files across.

Switching between cards is aggravating and time-consuming (especially as it has to 'rebuild libraries' every time), so getting all your content onto one 64GB card is definitely the way to go. I've filled up two and a bit 16GB cards and need to do the same soon.

http://manuals.playstation.net/document/gb/psvita/cm/index.html

Last edited by mrbiggz, Jul. 1, 2014 at 10:32
stevenjameshyde  Jul. 1, 2014 at 11:33

The 10 games are in the form of a download code - see the small print next to the PS store icon. There's no reason to involve the 4GB card at all if you've already got a 64GB card
http://static.base.com/images/main/INDIEGAMESMPVITA.jpg

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