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Dear Playstation,

why the hell are you so awesome??

I visited Kotaku just now, and saw how much articles focusing on the PS Vita. To make it short, it must-buy rating just increased by 20%. It's just too...too...I don't know how to put it into words.

These are some of the awesome facts about Vita that caught my interest:
- there are 26 PS Vita launch titles for Japan, and it will be released on December 17 (in Japan)
- it can play most PSP downloadable titles
- Metal Gear Solid and Zone of the Enders HD collection for Vita
- Final Fantasy X HD on PS3 and Vita! This is what I'm excited most.
- Persona 4 for Vita! Owh God

On the side note, Capcom jusst released trailer reveals for two new Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 characters: Vergil and Iron Fist

Owh I'm so happy today!


  1. It also has a bunch of useless integrated gadgets that I will never use.

    And make it as a reason to sell it at such a ridiculously high price.

  2. It depends. I know I'll use it, so it'll be worth it for me. Blame it on my fanboy-ism, but I know I'll buy it on day-one without any doubt :D

    at least I know I'll love it more than my 3DS. just my personal preference

  3. 3DS or Vita? Vita is 3-5 hours, no better than a PSP, unfourtunately

  4. Looks like I'll be playing by the plug again, if I ever decide 10 years later to buy a vita. So much for being portable.

    Yeah, I heard 3ds has terrible battery life.

    ...So much for being portable.

  5. Yeah, both suck in being a portable


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