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PS Vita Hardware Wi-Fi - PlayStation Vita Standard Edition

Platform : PlayStation Vita

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  • Blur the lines between entertainment and reality with breakthrough features such as front and back touch, motion sensors and augmented reality
  • Take on your friends-or the whole world-with Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Feel the full-on intensity of First Person Shooters with Dual Analog Sticks-only on PlayStation Vita
  • Chat with others on the fly-in the midst of multiplayer action or while watching videos using Party.
  • Location based gaming allowing players to find and meet friends virtually for brand new experiences
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Game Information

  • Platform: PlayStation Vita
  • ESRB Rating: Rating Pending Rating Pending
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B003O6EATE
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 18.2 x 1.9 cm ; 721 g
  • Release Date: Feb. 22 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #390 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

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Blur the lines between entertainment and reality with breakthrough features such as front and back touch, motion sensors and augmented reality Take on your friends-or the whole world-with Wi-Fi Connectivity Feel the full-on intensity of First Person Shooters with Dual Analog Sticks-only on PlayStation Vita Chat with others on the fly-in the midst of multiplayer action or while watching videos using Party. Location based gaming allowing players to find and meet friends virtually for brand new experiences


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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Elvick TOP 500 REVIEWER on Feb. 29 2012
I've spent a lot of time with my PlayStation Vita since the 15th. It's a great handheld, probably my favorite to date. And the launch titles were great for me. (Uncharted, Wipeout, Hot Shots Golf, Rayman, Super Stardust Delta, Escape Plan and Little Deviants)

The PlayStation Vita is perfect in terms of it's hardware. Some software issues are annoying, but those can be fixed later. I'll talk about those in a bit.

Skip to *** if you want to just read a quick 'sell', or recommendation for people.

Let me just quickly say that Sony made the right choice in ditching the UMD Drive. It means losing backwards compatibility with them sure, but the UMD drive would have held this handheld back from being what it is now. I love b/c and wish for all hardware possible to have full b/c, but I can understand and appreciate the fact that it is not here on the PSVita. That said, digital b/c should be full. Not all games are supported at the moment, but some not on the official list already can be copied to the PSVita from a PS3 and then work just fine.

The handheld is LIGHT. I mean, I knew it was light from hearing about it from others online, but I had no idea how light it really would be. It doesn't heat up at all either, so the hardware isn't too big for it's britches like my iPod, which will heat up really quickly with even games with little graphical prowess. ): Which makes me afraid to use those games on it.

The battery depends on what you do. Like an iPod, or any device like this. The more power used, the faster the battery drains. Uncharted will drain the battery pretty quick, while Plants vs Zombies can go for hours more. I think I get an average of about 6-7 hours. I honestly don't keep track.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Carrier on Aug. 24 2012
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Quite honestly, I wasn't expected to be so captivated by this little piece of hardware. I thought the new "social" features were tacky and I was skeptical about the tiny joysticks; but a 30 minute session of Uncharted conviced me that this was the definitive platform for a console-like experience on the go. With incoming Playstation Plus support, more Sony-exclusive franchises making the Vita jump (as well as new ones), Cross-Buy for most titles that are available on both PS3 and Vita, the future's looking bright indeed.

Pros:
-Beautiful screen
-Similar CPU and GPU as the new iPad
-Lots of PS3 / PSN features and games working from the get-go
-Playstation Plus, Cross-Buy, PSOne support on the way
-Console-quality First Party titles
-Some nice and innovative uses of the gyros, front and rear touch and cameras in games like Uncharted
-Nice variety of optional apps (Netflix, Facebook, Youtube, Skype, etc)

Cons:
-Unimpressive battery life; cannot be changed.
-Costy memory sticks
-Weak third party support
-Slow sales mean uncertain future for the console
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott on Aug. 10 2014
After having lost my previous Vita in the back of a cab, I wanted a replacement, but not at full price. I was worried about what sort of damage I might see on a used device I couldn't inspect first, so I took a chance. I was delighted to find there were no scratches on the screen and the few cosmetic issues were minor enough to be negligible. In fact, upon receiving it, the only imperfection I spotted was a small ding on trim where you would loop a wrist strap through. I eas extremely pleased with both the condition.

As for the system itself, I find it to be a very solid mobile gaming device with a good selection of games. I've enjoyed it enough that I actually missed it after I lost my first one. It could do with some more games that take advantage of the hardware, however. Some of the games available seem better suited to smartphones and tablets instead.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By misterAmBRO on July 11 2014
This is a great system. Almost no flaws. Perfect for an adult that wants to have alot of fun on the go. Its not as portable as it sounds though. On tight pockets it really sticks out put worth getting new jeans for!. Also it doesn't show you how much battery there is, only a little battery icon with 4 stages. Other than that great system with good games.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Zachary on Sept. 26 2014
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I own a 3DS as well and I prefer the Vita's design, graphical style and graphical capability, but it seems to have much worse smudge resistance and gets pretty filthy very quickly. Offers more variety of game styles but Nintendo has more high quality exclusives. Overall, they are both great handhelds and I don't regret owning both.
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I was a little skeptical of the Vita before launch due to some rather critical reviews. But once mine arrived, I was thoroughly surprised to find that it's actually a very robust handheld. At least I feel that it is. The menu, albeit slightly less efficient than it could be, is simple, straight forward, and easy to use. The screen is a beautiful OLED screen that anyone with a Galaxy S will immediately recognize. The analog sticks, a feature I wasn't sure about at first, are responsive and feel quite good. It didn't take long to get used to their sensitivity, and they provide a comfortable level of control in all games I have tried that utilize them thus far. PSP games play fairly well, but can be slow at times. All in all, a great platform. I can't wait to see what great games come out in the near future.
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