I borrowed ninja gaiden from my friend and got a message saying that only the first player can get trophies so I deleted the bubble and played and got trophies
He got the game back and all his save data was missing, can you not share games for the vita?
you can share games just not the trophies, the trophies are stored on the game card. So once you deleted them there gone.
I would be interested to see if they back upped with a system back up and restored again?
I borrowed ninja gaiden from my friend and got a message saying that only the first player can get trophies so I deleted the bubble and played and got trophies.
He got the game back and all his save data was missing, can you not share games for the vita?this is my signature
When you play a Vita game for the first time it ties the card to your PSN account. Trophy Progress is stored on the Vita Card. Deleting the bubble on teh home screen while the game card is inserted formats the game card to factory. While it releases the PSN account so another person can gain trophies, It also erases all DLC content, Patches, and save files that may be stored on the cart.
To answer your question, No you cannot game share in the sense of swaping the cart freely between players withut consequence. But you can currently transfer ownership of the cart to another person (at the expense of losing all your game data.)
If the game doesn't have the Memory Card Required Icon on the packaging you wont be able to share the game without some sort of consequence. If you let a friend borrow a game like that they can play it and use a separate game file but they won't be able to earn trophies or they can clear out everything on the card including the your save data than they'll be able to earn trophies. It's quite stupid I don't see why it just doesn't link the save file to a specific PSN ID instead of the whole game card it's self.
Try to get the games that say the Memory Card is Required, as those save your data on you memory card instead of the game card. These games can be shared amongst your family and friends without the risk of losing your data or not being able to earn the trophies.
I learned this the hard way myself, in the future I'm just going to buy games that require the memory card so I can share them with the family without any problem.