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Such an awesome month. :) #1
As the review states, this game spoils bits from both other games - so you're going to want to play them first. ;) #3.1
Good idea. ;) #2.1
Pfft, screw the norm. Let your otaku flag fly!

I play my Vita anywhere and everywhere. #1
Such a good episode, was a blast to record. :) #1
There's been a lot of "so hard, but so good" games on Vita lately, but this one looks unique enough to warrant a buy. :) #1
I'll admit it... I'm addicted (and I suck at it). #1
Guess who's back in charge... ;) #1
Far more than 100 games are coming;
http://thevitalounge.net/fo... #26
...did you even read anything in the article?

These sales are unadvertised, which happens to make this the exact opposite of what you're accusing them of.

Good job. #1.1.1
Technically two - this and Ronin are the only fresh Vita announcements from the conference (Crossing Souls and the end montage games were already known). #7.1
Vita games aren't generally announced at conferences - they're announced every day.

Here's a list of coming games; http://thevitalounge.net/fo...

You can't really say the Vita doesn't get love, but you can sure say it doesn't get much at these big events (or from Sony in the West). #3.2
I've got well over 100 friends, and multiplayer works fine. :) #1.1.2
I tested 'er thoroughly, and couldn't find a single thing wrong other than that occasional startup hang. Whatever problems there were with the PS4 version have (thankfully) not made the jump to Vita. :) #1.1
Thanks, Nonscpo! :) #1.1
It's the Vita Cast, aside from Tyler's bitching it's always awesome. haha. #1.1
Great article. :) #1
Do you not remember the PSP? PSP games didn't top out at $40 and went all the way to $60 on a regular basis. There have been less than 5 single release Vita games launched at over $40 in the US. #3.1.2
Memory card prices are a necessary evil as they take on nearly the full cost of Sony's DRM solution. Basically, instead of offering hardcore unique DRM on every title you download to your Vita, they've gone for a hardware option - reducing game prices (that why they cap around $40) but making the memory card more expensive as it's custom.

While memory card prices do "suck" from a buyer standpoint, I'd much rather an $80 purchase of a 64GB once than... #3.1
Well it IS a modified USB connector, so I don't know why anyone would think it was for anything but plugging in cables/accessories - you know, like it's labelled as in the manual (look for the words "accessory port"). #6
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