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The best part about Smart As is that it’s not just a brain training game; it’s a social experience too.

When you play Smart As on-the-go using PS Vita’s Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, you can compete with friends on Facebook and share your scores to prove you are the brainiest of the bunch. Access online leaderboards to check how your performance rates against PlayStation®Network friends, people that you’ve met through NEAR, players in your city, country, continent and even the entire world.

Using PS Vita’s NEAR feature, you can drop puzzles for nearby users to pickup and discover new challenges left by other players. If your challenge is beaten, you will be notified and given the opportunity to replay your original challenge in a bid to put yourself back on top.

Last but not least you’ll even have the opportunity to play challenges in different regions with the Street Smart mode and by completing in as many regional challenges as you can, you will get to prove that you are smarter, more travelled and more connected than your friends.

Over time and through the connected powers of Smart as… we will finally know who is smarter, the French, the English, the Dutch or the Japanese.  And age old arguments will finally be answered – are girls smarter than boys or blondes brainier than brunettes?
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