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A Number Of Classic PlayStation Games Have Expired

A Number Of Classic PlayStation Games Have Expired
In recent days, players have begun to notice that a number of classic PlayStation 3 and Vita games cannot be played. In particular, a Twitter user, while re-downloading the PSOne Classic version of Chrono Cross , discovered that the purchase had expired on December 31, 1969. This prevents you from using the purchased game.
GamesHub editor Edmond Tran had a similar problem. He obtained the same information while trying to download Chrono Cross on the PlayStation 3. However, Tran was able to play normally on the Vita despite the game being removed from the handheld store.
Players have reported that the purchase expiration issue occurs for Chrono Trigger , Final Fantasy VI , Rune Factory: Oceans , and Final Fantasy Origins . The situation did not improve after re-subscribing to PlayStation Plus and resetting the system settings.
According to Kotaku, a possible explanation for the problem may be Unix time, a description system adopted in POSIX-compliant operating systems. It is defined as the number of seconds since midnight, January 1, 1970, the Unix epoch. This date is probably the default expiration date for licenses for PlayStation games.
Sony has not yet responded to the problem, but most likely the database failure will be fixed soon.
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