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PlayStation Vita - Wi-Fi

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  Would be five star... Shame on Sony....

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This is the best handheld console you will get today, I would have given a five star review if it weren't for Sony and their disgustingly priced PS Vita Memory Cards! Other than that major annoyance the graphics, fluidity, gameplay and the whole system is fantastic.

Point to note.... I have seen alot of reviews complaining about the download speeds of games and software updates. I downloaded and installed a 3GB game (Mortal Kombat) as well as a software update in about 7 minutes. I do not have superfast broadband. These people who claim its slow must be using a dial up connection.

  Great bit of kit!!!!

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I was thinking should i buy 1 or not because i bought a psp and never used it,so i give it a chance now hooked on fifa and uncharted graphics are really good really good,there not as good as a ps3 now,bit like the ps3 when 1st came out graphics imo,i prefer it over the 3DS bit more for the older gamer this but theres rayman for younger which is a brill game plus more,id try a friends or try in a shop or take a chance like me im very happy i bought 1....

  absolutely fantastic

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I saw plenty of video reviews online showing off the PS Vita and every time I thought "it can't be as brilliant as it looks in these videos". I got mine through and I've been unable to put it down since I got it. That's pretty much 12 hours worth of seriously enjoying myself. Obviously the battery life isn't great, but it's the only bad point to what is otherwise a pretty much perfect handheld. This is just as great as I thought it would be and I feel it is well worth the money

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