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[QUOTE] Well, what could I said, I felt hyped by the vita but slowly has died down The system is good I guess, but the games are really unexcting Overall, nothing seems exciting from the near future, but I thought the same from the 3ds, and slowly is getting better, so I will give it a chance, but the vita feels a little overprices for me, at least the price for the handleheld is fine, if you don't consider that you need another 100 dollars to get a decent memory card, my friend a 4gb memory and could only download the Uncharted demo plus other demo before the thing getting full [/QUOTE] Well, yeah, this generation of handhelds has suffered from a general lack of extremely exciting titles, that's for sure, but there are some decent ones mixed in I think. With the Vita it seems like everyone is just waiting until Monster Hunter comes out to buy, at which point the frenzy will begin. It must have been some convoluted strategy involved in deciding to release it now rather than wait for the 'killer' game. I tried the Dynasty Warriors NEXT and Katamari No-Vita demos last night and found them both to be surprisingly good. I had been seriously gun shy of DW since the abysmal PSP games, but despite a few irritating changes to the formula (strongholds have 'hit points' that you have to reduce by killing commanders and grunts in huge numbers) and to controls (of course involving touch events in duels and for musou attacks-- although to be fair, you're given the option to use button controls instead) the game looks really good and feels solid. I'm not sure I'd buy it at full price, it's still far from a bad game. As for Katamari, it controls really well with the twin sticks. Of course an option is there to use touch controls for several actions, but who in their right mind would ever do that? Compared to the PSP game (and especially the iOS games) this one looks and feels fantastic. Still, like I said before, it's the same game I played back in 2004, only portable, which only counts for so much. The digital version is $25, and the download size is well under 1GB, so I may consider getting it at some point. Speaking of download size, I went for the 8GB memory card, which has proven to be enough to hold at least 3 or 4 games or demos, and it was priced relatively reasonably (for a scalping-ish proprietary format card) at $25. It seemed like the best bet cost and size-wise, since 4GB seemed small for its cost, and the 16 and 32GB cards seemed expensive for their size. I figure I can delete games I already finished, since the save data is separately stored... right? I know that that's how I manage content on my PS3-- I just delete games I'm not currently playing, and then DL them again if I decide I want to play.
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