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Ragnarok Odyssey Ace Review

Fun, but forgettable.

Going into Ragnarok Odyssey ACE I was excited. To find out that the game was a spin-off of the one MMORPG that I actually was fully engrossed in for a period of time was a treat. Though this game and Ragnarok Online are indeed very different, the similarities and shared aspects were apparent from the get go. However, while I enjoyed those aspects, I may have been better off getting the Playstation Vita version.

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Street Fighter X Tekken Preview

Ryu vs. Kazuya, Hugo vs. Jack X, Sakura vs. Xiaoyu, all in the palm of your hands!

Street Fighter X Tekken was released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 earlier this year but the PlayStation Vita version is still on the way. Capcom plans on selling you on purchasing a portable version of the game by including touch screen functionality, cross-platform play with the PlayStation 3, and more. So will you want to buy another version of the same game? Do you need another version of this game if you already own one? Should you be upset if you got the Xbox 360 version?

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New Apps Coming Soon to the PlayStation Vita

Three new apps will be free to Vita owners starting with Paint Park today.

Sony posted on their PlayStation blog today an announcement of three new free apps that will be released for the PlayStation Vita. The first app, now available, is called Paint Park and it will be the latest in the series of "Park" apps that started with the Welcome Park app at launch.

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Sony Releasing Vita Firmware 1.65

The update includes minor usability and UI improvements.

With the Vita now in the hands of gamers worldwide, Sony will be rolling out firmware v1.65 "soon" to address some player usability and UI complaints. Leading the pack is a new power setting that will prevent the system from going to sleep at such a rapid pace. Currently during long loading times or even while the credits roll on a game, the system will go to sleep due to a lack of player input. Players can now force the system to only sleep after ten minutes of inactivity.

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PlayStation Vita Review

Home console quality gaming meets the handheld market.

Mobile devices have put casual gaming at the frontlines of the handheld market, but Sony’s PlayStation Vita is a newly bred handheld beast with the power of current-gen gaming. It would be good to ask if Sony’s hardcore approach amongst the current casual gaming boom is a smart business move, but that can only be revealed in the near future. For now, we can only look at the Vita’s technical specs to judge the system. With that in mind, the Vita is a console with a lot of highs and only a few lows.

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Unboxing the Sony PlayStation Vita First Edition Bundle

Opening up the Vita on its early launch.

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Netflix, Music Unlimited Confirmed For PlayStation Vita

Kaz Hirai announced the apps at CES 2012.

Tonight marked the beginning of CES 2012 with keynote speeches from various hardware developers. At Sony's conference, Sony Computer Entertainment President Kaz Hirai announced that Netflix and Music Unlimited are coming to the PlayStation Vita.

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PSone Classics Won't Work With Vita at Launch

PS2 games won't work either at first.

It was unclear if the PlayStation Vita would be compatible with PSone Classics purchases on your PlayStation account, though it was assumed it would be possible given the fact that it would share the same account.Today, the truth is still shrouded, but it was announced that they won't be compatible at least at launch

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PS Vita Getting Augmented Reality Suite

Sony's taking a cue from Nintendo.

A trailer has revealed that the PlayStation Vita will have an Augmented Reality suite. Several titles are being developed to take advantage of this technology, which is planned to be available at launch. See how it'll work with the trailer below:

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PlayStation Vita Memory Card Pricing Leaked

Get ready to bend over and kiss your wallet goodbye...

If you're planning on buying a PlayStation Vita on launch day on February 22, 2012, you're going to need to put quite a bit extra aside. Not for the handheld itself, but for its mandatory memory cards used for downloads and game saves. GameStop has posted a tentative listing for the memory cards, complete with prices. 

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