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IntoMobile: Playstation Vita Review – Long live play

IntoMobile: I've been carrying around the PS Vita for the past week and playing with it any chance I get. Originally it was for the purpose of writing this review, and now that I'm done with my review of the Vita, I can't imagine going anywhere without it. The games currently available for the Vita are absolutely amazing to play. When you consider launch games for most game systems are usually not good, this certainly speaks volumes of what the Vita is capable of.

Sony promised to supersede mobile gaming when the Vita released, but seeing as it's priced as much as a current generation console, I don't see that happening any time soon. The convenience and performance of an iOS or Android device will keep a lot of casual and hardcore gamers happy, while those who are looking for a near console experience will be very pleased with the Vita. I believe if gamers get a chance to play with the Vita, they may think twice about playing games on their iPhones.

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Sony Playstation Vita Cracked

Carl Williams writes, "The Sony Playstation Vita is a marvelous hand held gaming device. I personally don’t own one, yet, but I have been fortunate enough to borrow some here and there from friends over the years. The PS Vita is also a bane for many independent developers that want to release games for it as it has not been opened up. Until now. The first release of a new crack that opens the Sony Playstation Vita to independent developers is finally here. Only took what, four or five years?"

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Project Morpheus PlayStation Vita Integration Confirmed

VRFocus: Back in May of this year, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s (SCEE) Simon Benson hinted at the possibility that the PlayStation Vita may be part of the long-term plan for Project Morpheus. Since then, a member of Benson’s team at SCEE London Studios has gone one further, confirming that the handheld console is already being used internally.


PS Vita's future 'unclear outside of Japan', says Sony boss

Sony Computer Entertainment head Andrew House has admitted that the PS Vita's future is uncertain outside of Japan.

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