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It's been nearly nine months since Sony unveiled the PS Vita at E3 2011, but finally the highly anticipated handheld gaming console is about to hit Aussie stores. We've been following its progress during this long wait, to bring you everything you need to know about the Vita before you rush out and buy one.

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    Overall, the PlayStation Vita is the most advanced portable gaming system ever made. While the price is deceiving because of a hidden cost, gamers are getting an impressively complete package right out of the gate. A healthy launch line-up is sure to provide something for every kind of gamer.

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  • Best launch games for the PlayStation Vita

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    Planning on picking up a Vita on day one of its release? Although there are 25 launch titles available, they're not all worth your time. Check out our guide to the best Vita games available at launch.

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    Despite the fact that the PlayStation Vita will be launching several months from now, some people know little about the actual user interface. We take a closer look.

  • Sony partners with Vodafone for PS Vita

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    Sony and Vodafone will partner for the launch of the PlayStation Vita portable gaming console, with Vodafone chosen as the preferred provider of 3G services.

  • PlayStation Vita launch date, pricing announced

    PlayStation Vita launch date, pricing announced news

    Sony has announced that the PlayStation Vita will launch in Australia on 23 February 2012 - the same day as it arrives in the US and Europe, but two months after the Japanese launch.

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  • PlayStation Vita and the complexity conundrum

    PlayStation Vita and the complexity conundrum news

    If the far-reaching trend is towards stripped-down interfaces, then why does Sony's new PlayStation Vita have so many buttons?

  • PlayStation Vita suffers from numerous teething issues

    PlayStation Vita suffers from numerous teething issues news

    As you may have noticed, Sony has launched the PlayStation Vita in its home market, Japan. Unfortunately, one day in, reports of problems have flooded Twitter, and there's a patch already in the works.

  • What if Apple had made the Vita?

    What if Apple had made the Vita? news

    If the Vita had an Apple logo on it, wouldn't all those gripes about price and paying extra for proprietary memory just fade into the background?

  • The next PlayStation Vita can, and should, be a phone

    The next PlayStation Vita can, and should, be a phone news

    The PlayStation Vita is a strong piece of hardware, but it would be even better if it wasn't a purely standalone device.

  • PSP games that secretly run on the Vita: all you need is a PS3

    PSP games that secretly run on the Vita: all you need is a PS3 news

    The Vita is more backwards-compatible at launch than Sony's letting on. Here's how to get your PSP games that aren't showing up on PSN onto your Vita. (You'll need a PS3.)

  • Video and Music Unlimited coming to PS Vita

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    Sony is pushing the PlayStation Vita at serious gamers, but from its release tomorrow the Vita will have access to the Sony Entertainment Network.

  • What the PS Vita really needs: versatility

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    Sony's next-gen gaming handheld has impressive hardware and promising games. While some say a dedicated gaming device can survive, the Vita will need to be flexible to stay alive.



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