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Play Station Vita

Postby little.gun.nut » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:20 am

I'm thinking about trying to get one, but I don't know if it's really worth it. Basically, (1) can you play online with it? (2) can you use a headset/mic with it? (3) would I be able to link my Minecraft account (for PS3) with it? Finally (4) would I be able to play with people who have a PS3 but no vita using the Vita? So, really, is it all compatible, I guess?
Basically, in your opinion, is it worth it?
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Re: Play Station Vita

Postby Rusty Claymore » Thu Nov 26, 2015 12:08 am

Yes, Yes, yes, and... no? If there are cross-play multiplayer games, there are very few of them.

Is the Vita worth it? Depends. Not a whole lot of amazing games came out/ are coming out for it. If you play console and are home a lot, it's not worth it: get a PS TV. If you are out and about or waiting a lot, like riding public transit, it totally is.

If you are a Persona 4 fan... you'd probably already have a vita. >_<

I don't regret getting mine, despite Monster Hunter not coming out on it. I love the Project Diva Miku Hatsune games, and P4 Golden has 100+ hours. Oreshika was fun too.

Ultimately I think it depends on your mobility. My vita is dormant, sealed away (somewhere... o_0 I have to find it) until my lifestyle requires it, as my current lifestyle is mostly at home, where my 40"= tv lives.

Hope that helps. >_<
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Re: Play Station Vita

Postby little.gun.nut » Sun Dec 06, 2015 10:53 am

Yeah, thanks a lot!! :)
Words are beasts. Chains can be used for more than tying down. They can be used to connect, and tie together. Looking forward and speaking positively makes all the difference. -Yuuko Ichihara (xxxHolic)

Do you think you could tell me what true strength is? I may be out of line, but hiding your true self and putting on airs doesn’t seem any different than running away to me. I would think that embracing the things you truly like and being able to enjoy them is worth more than anything. To just be yourself… I believe that’s what true strength really is. -Tamaki Suou (Ouran High School Host Club)

If I sit like a normal person my investigative abilities would be half as effective. -L (Death Note)

No matter what happens, I’ll keep on moving. Until this life runs out of me, I’ll keep on walking. -Allen Walker (D.Gray-man)
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