Region locking is a pain. If you ever want to import games, movies or Xenoblades, you’ll have to jump through quite a few hurdles to actually play the software. Thankfully, Sony has been kind with their latest platforms and now their upcoming platform as well.
Shuhei Yoshida, Sony Computer Entertainment’s president of World Wide Studios, was asked on Twitter if the PlayStation Vita would be region free. Thankfully, he answered “yes.”
Now gamers can import Dream C Club and watch drunken women dance and sing without the need of a foreign system or system modifications.
PlayStation Vita will be launching December 17th in Japan, followed by a North American and European release early next year.