99 Vidas

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    zodaex The Mighty Zodasaur

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    Dedicated thread for 99 Vidas for Vita, Whoo! :)



    Last night I was playing this game for awhile, and after a bit of single player I tried to hop onto the multiplayer to see if I could find a helper but I couldn't get the online multiplayer to work. When I press go online, i'm greeted by several error messages saying that it couldn't connect. I have played tons of other Vita games online and never seen these specific error messages before so I was curious, has anyone here who owns 99 Vidas tried to play it online yet? And if so, what was the result? I'm just really wanting to know if either the online server was already shut down for it, or if it's just a temporary outage. The game also oddly seemed to become less stable after it gave me those messages. If I try to unsuccessfully connect to an online game, then after load my single player save file, the game will crash every time. I've got to just to straight to singleplayer for it to stay stable and not freeze up while trying to load.
     
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    I've played PS4 version online, I've just created a room online on the European digital Vita version, but no one's joining the room
     
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    Thanks a lot for checking for me. It might have to do with the less-than ideal way my internet is setup then. I'm behind a router without any ports forwarded. I'll eventually test out if it works if I plug my PS-TV directly into my broadband router. Any games that support online co-op, I prefer to play them that way. :)
     
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    you could setup a portable hotspot on your mobile phone and connect the PSTV to that network to verify if it's a problem with your home router setup
     
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