Sony has agreed to a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission that will see them paying out cash (or credit) to some Vita owners. The FTC ruled that Vita advertisements falsely led people to believe that the cross-save functionality of the system worked on all games, and that they failed to establish that you needed to buy the game on both PlayStation 3 and Vita for that feature to work. Anyone who purchased a Vita before June 1, 2012, is entitled to either $25 cash or a $50 merchandise voucher. Eligible customers will be notified by email. You can read the full FTC ruling here.