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Playstation Vita MegaThread
10.18.2011
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32GB card is also sold out everywhere.

10.19.2011
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Will those minutes rollover to the second month or are they supposed to use them all in a single month? Also, having the download cap set at 20 MB (as is the case with any 3G service) makes it useful only for web browsing and online play but not for downloading games, apps, etc.

10.19.2011
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EdEN said:

Will those minutes rollover to the second month or are they supposed to use them all in a single month? Also, having the download cap set at 20 MB (as is the case with any 3G service) makes it useful only for web browsing and online play but not for downloading games, apps, etc.

In Japan...who knows. But it's unlikely to roll over with AT&T since their iPad services do not.

As far as the download cap...that isn't completely true. You can still download a couple of smaller games on that with no problem such as IOS games.

10.19.2011
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More and more iOS are bring released at 20+ MB.

10.24.2011
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Whoa...

Tales of Innocence R comes with two apps. One is an adventure skit drama called "Connect to the Protagonists's Throughts." This, Ruca talks about how he is excited he is on the Playstation Vita. Players will be able to choose conversation options and talk to the characters from other Tales games. Cassius, Lita, Shing, and Jade are in the skit as well as Ruca, Ira, Conway and QQ.

ALSO there is a Tales character alarm clock voiced by a character of your choice!

Awesome that non-gaming apps are also coming attached to games!

10.24.2011
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Now THAT is how you make good used of extra memory AND storage space! Would be great if more games followed this example.

10.25.2011
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EdEN said:

Eddie said:

Baba0Booey said:

 Eddie said:

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Sooo, only 3-5 hours AND it takes 2 and a half hours to charge?

I have a post about the battery life coming up soon. It's informative. Besides the 3DS is 4-6 hours of gameplay with 3.5 hours to fully recharge.
Neither of the images above are pictures. They are Sony's rendering. There are some obvious D-pad differences to start. I believe the buttons are a tad smaller than the newer one. The OS image is much more crisp and colorful.

 
 
I have a 3DS and I can assure you it does not take 3.5 hours to fully recharge.

I had one and I can assure you that it does lol. That is also Nintendo's official spec sheet info.

Actually Eddie... Nintendo might have done something to the battery with newer models. My sister bought a red one two weeks ago and it takes 2 hours to charge from fully depleted to 100% by leaving it in the cradle.

EdEN said:

Eddie said:

Baba0Booey said:

Eddie said:

EdEN said:

Sooo, only 3-5 hours AND it takes 2 and a half hours to charge?

I have a post about the battery life coming up soon. It's informative. Besides the 3DS is 4-6 hours of gameplay with 3.5 hours to fully recharge.
Neither of the images above are pictures. They are Sony's rendering. There are some obvious D-pad differences to start. I believe the buttons are a tad smaller than the newer one. The OS image is much more crisp and colorful.

 
 
I have a 3DS and I can assure you it does not take 3.5 hours to fully recharge.

I had one and I can assure you that it does lol. That is also Nintendo's official spec sheet info.

Actually Eddie... Nintendo might have done something to the battery with newer models. My sister bought a red one two weeks ago and it takes 2 hours to charge from fully depleted to 100% by leaving it in the cradle.

yeah thats about how long mine takes to recharge as well, and I got mine release day.

 

10.25.2011
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please dont quote that much @.@

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10.25.2011
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dragon290513 said:

please dont quote that much @.@

that was a forum error, that i did not see till now, and you cant tell me what to do, i've been here longer than you lol

 

10.26.2011
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and the bad news

Vita will not launch with flash support or Game Archive (PSOne games) support. Both are likely to be added later however.

10.26.2011
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What about the new range of PS2 digital releases on PSN?

10.26.2011
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EdEN said:

What about the new range of PS2 digital releases on PSN?

PS3 titles do not work on the Vita which is what those PS2 digital releases are. It's more of a no brainer then it sounds. The game launched on the PS2 but was remade for the PS3.

However there is logic behind the PSOne titles. PSOne digital titles were created with the PSP in mind for emulation. The PSP master keys are known so if they used the same emulation on the Vita, it would be instantly hacked for piracy. So in order for PSOne games to be supported, they need to write a whole new emulation program that supports the majority of the available library. Takes considerable time and testing.

Also known is that any game that requires a card for save data will not boot up unless you have a card installed. This sounds odd but the funny thing is our PS3 has been doing this since launch. If we could launch a game without a hard drive, we could not boot many games that require a save spot.

10.26.2011
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Still weird that games with a save feature to the card itself won't allow us to do a save to the memory card in the system.

10.26.2011
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EdEN said:

Still weird that games with a save feature to the card itself won't allow us to do a save to the memory card in the system.

I'll be saving to the cloud anyways myself.

10.27.2011
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And can we save to the cloud for games that save directly to the card? There might be something there that prevents us from doing so since we'd be uploading from cart and not from memory.

10.27.2011
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EdEN said:

And can we save to the cloud for games that save directly to the card? There might be something there that prevents us from doing so since we'd be uploading from cart and not from memory.

All game saves can go to the cloud. I believe there is even an option to save directly to it.

11.03.2011
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Silent Hill confirmed as a launch title

Other launch titles:

Uncharted Golden Abyss
Wipeout 2048
Ridge Racer
Katamari
Shinobido 2 Revenge of Zen
Disgaea 3
Hot Shots Golf
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
Gravity Rush
Reality Fighters
Little Deviants
Hustle Kings
Modnation Racers: Roadtrip
Super Stardust Delta
Top Darts
Virtua Tennis 4
Smart As
Resistance
Little Big Planet
Dynasty Warriors
Sound Shapes
Galactic Racing
Asphalt Injection
Michael Jackson

probably a few others.

11.10.2011
4:20 am
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MLB 12 The Show confirmed for the Vita.

11.10.2011
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PS Vita Clock, UI, Multiplayer, Chat, Calender & Home Menu Apps

11.16.2011
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Vita confirmed to be sporting a Samsung AMOLED screen.

Also here are the European preorder specials:

-€5 discount on one of the following Vita titles via the PlayStation Store: Little Deviants, Super Stardust Delta, Hustle Kings, Escape Plan.

-Exclusive Vita items for use with PlayStation Home: PS Vita T-Shirt, Sunglasses, Headphones, Trainers and Bag.

-Exclusive early access to PS Vita title Frobisher Says!

-Exclusive Vita avatar for PlayStation Network

-Exclusive early access to Frobisher Says! for PS Vita.

-An exclusive PS Vita Avatar for PlayStation Network.

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