Vita games use one type of memory

Either internal or external.

PlayStation Vita will either save internally to the game card or to a separate memory card. But not both.

Games that save internally do not offer the option of saving to a separate memory card, Sony confirmed to Kotaku Japan (translated by Andriasang)

Whether a Vita game uses internal memory or a separate memory card is at each individual developer's discretion.

When a Vita game does require a separate memory card, you'll need one inserted from the outset to play.

In a previous, unconfirmed report, Kotaku Japan (translated by Andriasang) listed both the Vita games that save internally to the game card, and those that require a separate memory card. The latter included eye-catchers like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Disgaea 3 Return, Ridge Racer, Everybody's Golf 6, Dream Club Zero and Monster Raider.

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