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FEATURED VOXPOP whytenoiz ~~        When I was eleven years old, it was a very good year, and I can remember my daily routine vividly. These were the years before I owned a Sony Playstation, and I used to venture to my friends house - everyday after school - to watch him play through Final...

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My PS Vita Haul

Posted on Thursday, February 16 @ 12:24:26 Eastern by


I purchased the First Edition PS Vita Bundle yesterday, right before heading off to a press event for Sleeping Dogs, which you may remember as True Crime: Hong Kong before it was dropped by Activision. (Blake Peterson will be serving a hot preview soon.) Of course, this is about the PS Vita and how shiny new gadgets look. The carry case and the power cable aren't shown above, though I will say that the carry case has plenty of room for both the PS Vita and the cable.

The eight Vita games in the picture were not all purchased on my own dime. Ubisoft was kind enough to send over their Vita titles and we've purchased some for review purchases. I would have put down cash for Lumines Electronic Symphony myself (expect a review from me later on Lumines), but I did lay down some money for Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational as well as Touch My Katamari, after playing both titles before at press events earlier this year. Without remorse, I've been playing these three games the most within the last 24 hours.

So far, the PS Vita has held up in nearly every regard. The screen is crystal clear, and it's still surprisingly light, though I've held it so many times before. Signing in with my PSN profile and connecting to my Wi-Fi was easy. It took a while to figure out where to put the extremely tiny memory card until I realized I needed to flip it upside-down to fit correctly. Other than that, though, everything was fairly self-explanatory.

If you've got any questions for me about the PS Vita, leave it in comments below.
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