In case you didn’t know, Double Fine’s Broken Age released for both the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, but unfortunately, the handheld version seems to be suffering some issues when trying to play the game offline — which is a lot more hassle than it sounds since, y’know, the game is a single-player game.
Developer Double Fine is aware of it, and is working on this Broken Age PS Vita issue fix. But in the meantime, they’ve revealed a temporary workaround.
Here’s what Double Fine Community Manager James Spafford had to say:
This is most likely the issue where a user logged into PSN without a WiFi connection gets a bunch of pop-ups and sometimes a crash. We hope to get a patch out for it in the next few weeks.
Log out of PSN and try to launch the game (you can still be ‘logged in’ to PSN even with no internet connection).
Don’t skip the pop-ups quickly. Let each one sit for five seconds and then tap okay.
In case you haven’t bought the game yet, don’t forget to check out our review and see why it got an Editor’s Choice award.
Have you experienced this issue with Broken Age for the Vita or did you encounter something different? Share your thoughts in the comments below.