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#1 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

Persona 4 Golden, Soul Sacrifice and Dragon's Crown (i know its on ps3 too, but it feels so good on the Vita!)(Guacamelee! too)

PSN+ will provide the rest! (until Tearaway comes out)

And if you loved and missed PS1 classics, the Vita is the best place to replay them. I just bought Crash 2, Spyro 2 and Medievil today and im loving replaying them on the Vita! (looks bad on a 50' tv, but cool on the Vita)

#2 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

Following the usual SCEE Nazi censor spree, Beyond Two Souls has 2 censored scenes in EU.

Sony still thinks that US adults are more mature than EU adults...


This was discovered by a German previewer, and since SCEE stopped doing Germany-only versions, only a single EU version, that means ALL EUROPE will be censored (but for some weird reason they still do UK-only versions stripped of all the extra languages).


More info at:

#3 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

The PSvita with Wifi originally launched at $250.00 While the PSvita with Wifi/3G launched at $300.00 The 3G version supports the social media apps like Near, Party and group messaging plus it enables you to use social apps like foursquare, niconico, facebook, music unlimeted, colors, flickr netfix

Since some of these app consume data that is why the PSvita with 3G comes with data plans. 250mb for $15.00 a month. And 2GB for $24.99 depending on what service provider you have Verizon in the U.S.A and T-mobile was also to sign on. In Japan and U.K their had their own service providers with Data Plans.

But a PSvita with Wifi is fine if you just want to play the games. PSvita 3G allows for social media and the data plans to support them on the go.

Since both the PSvita wifi and PSvita wifi/3G are both $199.99 it is up to you which one you get. Sony has cut the price on all systems. Clearing stock for the eventually introduction of PSvita slim 2000. and hopefully PSvita T.V micro console for $99.99

So if you use social media get the 3G. 


I have a Wifi Vita and i have all those apps, connecting through Wifi.

The 3G model is now even being sold for the same price as the wifi one, and in bundles like the Killzone bundle just to get rid of them.

The 3G model never sold well.

At least with the latest firmware, all apps are usable with Wifi only.

#4 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

Im LOVING Puppeteer!

The best 30 euros i´ve spent this year.

Its so bizarre the way the game happens in a puppet theater with the background changing constantly (at the start its even hard to keep pace with it, then you get used to it).

The soundtrack is one of the best i´ve found in a game, each level has the perfect suited background music.

I´ve only played half of it, and it keeps surprising me with things like musical levels. There is also many secrets in each level to be found.

Also funny is the audience reactions  to the cutscenes and some things you do, they will clap, boo or ahh.

There is a lot of love put in that game by the devs. Its not a GOTY, but im sure they are very proud of the game they created.

#5 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

Don't forget upcoming games like Tearaway and Freedom Wars.

#6 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

thats great and all.....but you cant demand any company that they have to sell your product. if something doesnt sell, why bother with it?

i love the vita.... and there are good games, but you really have to do some research to find them. playstation plus has been keeping me busy (and happy) with the free games being handed to me every month. but theres the u have to buy a $100 memory card. it's far too expensive...but its the best option for gaming on the go.


You dont really need a big card, just make a backup of every game to the PC with the content manager, that way you can move games to the vita easily, never losing the backup in the PC.

#7 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

Vita became a mostly digital platform. Probably because the games are max 3.3Gb, which makes them more attractive to download and means no game card swapping.

You can still get physical very easily if you order online. But retail shops have every few games. (Buying online is cheaper anyway)

#8 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

I'm looking for games for a girl who doesn't like much of action and blood, but loves cute characters and story, mixed with some battles and looting, I think. Last successes were Atelier Iris 2&3 (ps2) and Recettear (PC). She now got PS3 and I'm looking for something she would like. Could you please give me some advice?ariana365


That's basically a description of Ni No Kuni

#9 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -


a 10/10 from tom mcshea /thread


This website will implode if McShea reviews it and doesn't give it a 10/10.

Nah McShit will give it a 6/10 and say he didnt like the tattoo of one of the NPCs, or one of the background music is childish...

#10 Posted by ManatuBeard (935 posts) -

google PS3tube

I use it in the browser, it even allows to download videos from youtube.

Follow the instructions 1st to enable HD play in the PS3