When a new exploitable game is announced, Sony always removed it from PSN.
Once again, Sony don't know what to do and they decided to pull another PSP game from PSN. The game is Super Collapse 3 and it has a vulnerability that allows us to use VHBL, the homebrew loader for PS Vita.
According to Wololo:
NEWS SOURCE: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/20...mebrew-on-vita"It is super easy for Sony to patch the vulnerabilities used by this tool, given the amount of control they have on the PS Vita," Wololo's Vita Half-Byte Loader page reads. "Depending on your game, VHBL runs fine on firmware 1.67, but for all I know it is possible for Sony to patch the game's vulnerability without a firmware update. So, once again, before buying the game and downloading VHBL, you need to understand that you pay for the game, and VHBL is a bonus that might or might not work.
"Sony's strategy so far has been to remove these games from their Store, and put them back once the Vita firmware is patched. Most likely, if you didn't buy the vulnerable game(s) in time, you will not be able to run VHBL. But we are regularly bringing more exploits to VHBL, so stay tuned on this page for further updates."
Our thanks to 'Robe24' for this news update!