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Re: Sony announces UK PS Vita hands-on tour

Reply #32
well I live in sheffield so in theory I could go to the Manchester one also
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Vita on sale in Japan

Reply #33
Lucky gamers in Japan are now able to get their hands on the Playstation Vita in Japan and early sources are sales are through the roof.

Cannot wait to hear the feedback regarding gameplay

Playstation Vita Applications

Reply #34
Welcome Park – We invite you to the Welcome Park to explore and discover all of the brilliant features packed into PS Vita through a series of mini-games.

PlayStation Store – A direct link to PlayStation Store where you will be able to download all PS Vita games, trailers, DLC and apps.

Group Messaging – Another great way to contact your PlayStation Network friends is with a PSN Message. Send them an update or even a picture you’ve taken with your PS Vita to let them know what’s going on. You can message your friends on PSP and PS3, and you can have conversations with multiple people at once.

Party – Fancy a chat while you’re gaming? Speak with your friends anytime you like with Party. The voice and text chat application allows you to talk to up to eight party members, no matter what you’re doing. Party also allows you to set up and jump in multiplayer games and chat with Friends while you play different games, bringing cross-game chat to PS Vita.

Photos – PS Vita allows you to capture photos and this is the direct link to the camera and also the photo viewer application.

Near – An exclusive location based gaming network for PS Vita. With near you can stay connected to all of your PlayStation Network friends and make new ones by sharing information about yourself, based on your location. Press the Update button and find new people based on where you are, challenge them to games or play cooperatively and enjoy a completely unique gaming experience on PS Vita. You can even send and receive new levels, unlocks and in-game items to enhance the way you play – everywhere you go will hold new surprises. You can view your friends’ game preferences, see how many trophies they’ve earned and compare your stats to see who the better player is.

Trophies – PS Vita games will support Trophies and this app will store and track your Trophies earned on both PS Vita and PS3. It also allows you to compare your Trophies with your friends.

Music – A music player that will allow you to play your own tunes transferred to PS Vita via a computer or PS3.

Friends – Your Friends List will allow you to search and keep in touch with your PSN Friends. Click on a friend’s profile to see what game they are playing on either PS Vita or PlayStation 3. You can join their game, take a look at what you’ve played together recently or compare your trophy collections. You can also see your friend’s recent gaming activity and what they are doing now. In your profile you can share information about yourself. Choose an avatar that represents you best, add your friends and let the world know what you are playing.

Internet Browser – With the 5″ OLED Touchscreen, PS Vita will offer a great web browsing experience over Wi-Fi and 3G.

Vita unwrapping (So Jealous)

Reply #35

Lucky guy, I will have to wait weeks before I can lol

Re: Vita unwrapping (So Jealous)

Reply #37
Hopefully Sony will sort this issues out before they arrive in Europe / America

European Pricing (Games & Accessories)

Reply #38
Uncharted: Golden Abyss - €49.99/£44.99

ModNation Racers: Road Trip - €39.99/£34.99

Everybody's Golf - €39.99/£34.99

WipEout 2048 - €39.99/£34.99

Unit 13 - €39.99/£34.99

Little Deviants - €29.99/£24.99

Reality Fighters - €29.99/£24.99

Next up, here’s how much you can expect to fork out for the memory cards, which range from 4 – 16GB in size, as well as accessories.

4Gb Memory Card - €19.99/£17.99

8Gb Memory Card - €34.99/£31.99

16Gb Memory Card - €49.99/£44.99

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AC adaptor - €9.99/£8.99

Portable charger - €49.99/£44.99

USB cable - €9.99/£8.99

In-ear headset - €19.99/£17.99

Starter kit - €24.99/ £21.99

Travel kit - €29.99/ £25.99

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Re: PS Vita General Discussion - The place for all Vita talk

Reply #39
A couple of reviews of a Japanese unit are out there now. As expected really, the hardware itself is awesome, the OS can be a bit iffy (it certainly isn't attractive IMO) but it is pretty solid overall. I think The Verge review is very balanced.

I still think it'll be touch and go whether this is a great success or just a profitable but average seller for Sony. No one really knows how much of an effect smartphones has had and whether the 'hardcore' handheld gamer audience is big enough to justify Sony and Nintendo spending $100m + on these systems. I myself think there is a market for them, but i can see Sony stiffling the market and shooting themselves in the foot, as usual of late, with expensive software and hardware addons, and a generally expesnsive machine. No matter how much real value there is in.

RDR & Battlefield 3 via PS Vita (Remote Play)

Reply #40


These Games can be played through your PS Vita via Remote Play to your PS3 and the graphics are amazing, what are your thoughts?

Re: PS Vita General Discussion - The place for all Vita talk

Reply #42
What does that mean?

Re: PS Vita General Discussion - The place for all Vita talk

Reply #43
Hackers have customised fipmware 3.55 (the 1 before current firmware) to enable them to play any PS3 game on PS Vita via remote play.

It was reported on eurogamer yesterday

Re: PS Vita General Discussion - The place for all Vita talk

Reply #44
I'm sorry, what's remote play :s

Re: PS Vita General Discussion - The place for all Vita talk

Reply #45
It's an option on your Playstation 3 that enables wireless connection between PS3 & PSP/Vita and it allows you to access your ps3 via the Vita and even play some ps3 games on your vita too

Re: PS Vita General Discussion - The place for all Vita talk

Reply #46
Is there a list anywhere stating what ps3 games can be
Played on a vita?