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PlayStation address issues with Sly Cooper’s Cross-Buy

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Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time has finally seen the light of day and been released to both PlayStation 3 and Vita systems. Boasting the use of ‘Cross-Buy‘ where you can buy Sly on the PS3 and play on PSV too (much like another PlayStation exclusive PlayStation All-Star Battle Royale), the game seems like it should be a hit for fans who have been waiting for this sequel title. But released to a lukewarm audience, the game seems to be mildly received at most.

However its not just Sly Cooper’s scores that’s holding the game back for reports are coming in of technical issues with the titles Cross-Buy feature.

Many gamers who have purchased Thieves in Time with the intention of calming their Vita copy are finding that they are unable to redeem their portable edition of the game.

Sony had managed to fix the problem back in February for the North American release of the game, but is seems as though in European territories we are getting more of the same issues.

PlayStation have addressed that they are aware of the issue and are working on a fix, the announcement came via their Titter account.


Are you experiencing issues with Sly Cooper’s latest adventure? then let us know your thought below.



Sources: Twitter


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Sometimes writer, wannabe animator and podcast creator that talks far too much. Coleman is a collection of atoms that formed in Gosport and relocated to London.