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    How is the PS Vita?

    I have been looking into buying a PS Vita recently as they are pretty cheap at the moment, I was wondering what your guys thoughts are on it, is it good for gaming on the go and at home?

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    Seems like a good piece of kit, although there seems to be a severe lack of games (that I would play at least)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yohassakura View Post
    Seems like a good piece of kit, although there seems to be a severe lack of games (that I would play at least)
    Pretty much this.

    Horrible lack of games. The hardware is still new but quickly aging.
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    Bad catalogue. The games it does get are bad ports from the PS3. I prefer my 3DS but thats a preference. Research the games and if they appeal to you go for it.
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    I'm thinking of getting the PS Vita because some of the games look appealing, is there any other devices announced to come out later this year I should wait for?

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    3DS is absolutely fabulous, also the XL version has 2 massive screens. I would get the 3DS over Vita because I like the games Nintendo releases(Legend of Zelda , Pokemon, Mario).

    However, if you are fine with (mostly) ported games from PS3(very old system), then go for it.

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    It's fantastic hardware with no games. It needs a Monster Hunter. Most of the titles are shitty ports or uninspired spinoffs atm. The system itself is great, you just can't do much with it right now.
    Just calm down.
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