Hacked PSP games returned to PlayStation Network

MotorStorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis back online.

Two PSP games pulled from PlayStation Store earlier this year after they were used by hackers to run an exploit on the Vita have gone back on sale.

As reported by Engadget, MotorStorm: Arctic Edge and Everybody's Tennis are now back on sale and the security hole successfully taped over. Those who already owned them should see them in their download lists.

The games had apparently been used to run unsigned code on the Vita, facilitating the release of a homebrew loader on Sony's new handheld.

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