Sony Pull Two PSN Titles Due to PS Vita Hack Threat

Hackers are at the Playstation Portable again and they may have hacked their way into the newly launch Playstation Vita though the PSP.

In  an open letter to Sony on Wololo.net [as sited by GIBiz]  gamers report of being able to get around exploits in two Vita-compatible PSP titles currently available on the PSN.

In an effort to avoid the exploits, Sony acted quickly and has pulled Hot Shots Tennis and MotorStorm Arctic Rift from the Playstation Network. Sony is also now working on a patch to fix the exploit, but for now the two games will not be available for purchase.

Wololo says the exploit only allows for users to run homebrew titles, not full on pirated Vita or PSP games.