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So much more than war...
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The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty  really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came to mind was Spec-Ops: The Line and although I haven’t played it, I began to wonder if it did the war genre as...

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PS Vita and PSP Can Communicate via Ad-Hoc

Posted on Tuesday, September 20 @ 17:02:06 Eastern by


So, let's say you're walking down the street near your local Burger King... okay, maybe not... let's say you're walking down the streets of Tokyo, and all of a sudden, you see someone playing Monster Hunter Freedom on their PS Vita. You've only got a lowly PSP, but no worries, sir, they're compatible!

Though this may not be as prevalent or as useful in the States, ad-hoc compatibility is a huge boon for the PS Vita in Japan. Sony could have easily splintered its userbase between the PSP and the PS Vita, thereby pushing their PSP fanbase in Japan to pick up a PS Vita... but they didn't. Good on you, Sony.

(No, I don't know what that means for you, PSPGo. Now go back and play some MP3s.)

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