The Vita is by no means a bad system. Sure it had a rough start and it's nowhere near the sales of the 3DS. Even the strongest supporters of the system have their complaints . The lack of games, the price of memory cards, the issues with firmware updates, the battery life, and how its not quite a handheld and not quite a console. Discouraged? Don't be, there are still several good reasons for picking up a Vita. Some of the better reasons include cross play, cross buy, and PS+ support that off...
"GamingUnion: "Back in 2005, WipEout Pure was a core part of the PlayStation Portable's launch. It's something that Sony felt worked rather well and for that reason, we're looking at another Wipeout title for the launch of the PlayStation Vita. This time around it's called WipEout 2048 and it features the same hi-octane action that we've come to expect from the series, but that's not to say it offers a great deal more.""
"That’s it! The moment finally came! Two gaming giants are now sizing each other up, ready for a bloody, cut-throat battle. Who will dominate the market? Who will leave with their tail between their legs? Most importantly, who will come out on top after another skirmish in the Sony vs. Nintendo war? As I opened the box containing my PlayStation Vita last week, I was struck by several things; the size, the vast array of features and the dual thumb sticks. What never even crossed my mind was: “T..."
"Purchase a PlayStation Vita 3G from Vodafone and get some extra bonuses to sweeten the deal. The PS Vita will cost £279, but Vodafone will give you a free 4GB memory card to go with it. In addition, if you top-up your PS Vita sim card with £5 credit, you’ll get WipEout 2048 for free as well as 250MB of data for 30 days."
"Last time I collected NeoGAF’s great MS Paint renditions of video games, it was for a years worth. Someone decided to start the thread early, which is fine with me as a lot of great work from Junior Members of the board are now able to participate, along with some classic pieces from older members. Below are just my favorite picks, enjoy guessing which games they are from, and make sure to check the original thread which is still active on NeoGAF."
One of these days, someone will ask "Where's our 15 NEW PSX Games For Our Store" and the person will be asking on behalf both the US and European Stores. The games that have been released on the store are somewhat classics, and hopefully they will be ported to the other regions very soon. Here's the full list:
"Asked whether or not game-makers were too frequently ignoring the multi-functionality offered by the PSP, WipEout's Tony Buckley replied, "Yes, I suppose so. You know, there's a lot in there that you can use. For example the whole idea of playing your own MP3s in a game - it's not rocket science so we've done it and it's a nice extra feature. The music is there on the machine - why should you not be able to use it?""