Download Vita Games On Ps4

Note from Wololo: This tutorial was initially published by /Talk member ryuzen, as part of our monthly tutorial contest. Ryuzen won the best Vita tutorial prize (a $10 PSN Code) for his entry. You can find the original post here.


This tutorial will show you how to download your Vita games with Internet Download Manager instead of using your Vita or Sony’s tools.

Benefit :

Download Vita Games On Ps4 For Free

  • You can use it to play a range of PS4 games on your PS Vita screen, but you can also use it to display information from a PS4 game onto your PS Vita, thus turning your PS Vita into a second screen.
  • Some games have ports for both the vita and the ps4 so they'll work fine. But to play all your games you'd essentially be streaming your ps4 into the vita via remote play. Your parents can obviously watch TV but the ps4 will be running and sending the display to your vita. The PS Link app offers a second-screen experience.
  • Download faster
  • Fetch .pkg file for various use (example : Install another region demo (Via SKFU Package Installer method)
  • Let your vita rest while downloading
  • Store downloaded games for backup later use on another device
  • Use downloaded game on different psn account without redownloading the same game again (cma won’t let you do this)

How to:

  1. Download PSN download Manager first! :
  2. Create Hotspot From Your PC using your Router / Connectify (Or use virtual router plus, its free)
  3. Connect your vita to the hotspot
  4. Download the game you want
  5. Pause the download.
  6. Now connect to your hotspot using proxy. Put your pc ip and port 27 then reconect your hotspot
  7. Now open “psn dm.exe”, see it fetching the game, if nothing happen make sure to allow the firewall.
  8. Right click and copy download link, copy it to IDM
  9. Now delete ongoing download on psn dm. also pause the download on vita too
  10. After download completed, copy downloaded file under downloads folder on psndm folder.
  11. make blank text file, name it ready_”yourdownloadedfilename”.txt
  12. Back to vita, resume the download, you’ll notice it will download faster and install directly from file on your pc.
  13. Done!

Mar 29, 2021 But that only lists PS4 and PS5 games. So you can’t find a PS3 or Vita game there and start the download in that convenient way. Not that it was as convenient as it could be when you were trying.

note : you can keep your downloaded .pkg and do the same process if you want to install the game again, also you can use the downloaded file to install on another psn account without redownloading the game again!

Download Vita Games On Ps4

Hope it helps



Can I Download Ps Vita Games On My Ps4


Like i said we can install another region demo

But the process is different,
basically you can get the .pkg file from this method and use the hidden package installer to install another region demo (this might not work above firmware 3.18)

With the holidays swiftly approaching, the video game release schedule is about to pick up in a major way. Forza Horizon 4, Mega Man 11, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and Super Mario Party are all about to ship, and that’s just the first week of October. In other words, you’ll probably be preoccupied for at least the next two months, but for those of you who can’t get enough (or can’t spend hundreds on games), Sony is offering free games as well.

Sony announced its latest selection of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers on Wednesday, highlighted by Friday the 13th: The Game and Laser League on PS4. These are two very different games, but both are fiercely competitive, endlessly entertaining, and deserve to be in your collection, at the very least.

Here’s the full lineup of free PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games for PlayStation Plus subscribers in October:

  • Friday the 13th: The Game PS4
  • Laser League PS4
  • Master Reboot PS3
  • The Bridge PS3 (Cross Buy with PS4 and PS Vita)
  • Rocketbirds 2: Evolution PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
  • 2064 Read Only Memories PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)

All six games listed above will be free to download starting on Tuesday, October 2nd. As always, you need to have an active subscription to PlayStation Plus in order to download them for free. You will also need to either keep paying for or restart your subscription in order to keep them, even if you downloaded them for free.