I'm asking this because I was wondering if I could put a T-Mo SIM card into the Vita and play games on T-Mo's 3G networks...
I'm going to Hong Kong in about a week and I'm thinking of getting a wifi PlayStation Vita there since it'll be released there before it comes out here in the US in Febuary. I'm concerned that if I buy the PSV there, I'll be stuck using the Asian PSN store and that I won't be able to use it with the US PSN store.
Does anyone know if I can change the settings for it to be localized for the US?
I am thinking of buying it from Amazon Japan since it will be released tomorrow there, so what will be the advantages and disadvantages of doing that? I really can't wait until it is released in US or UK?
Sony's latest portable console, the PlayStation Vita, is due out in the near future. Various discussions are starting to pop up regarding the admittedly poor battery life of the device -- anywhere from 3 to 5 hours per charge.
Is this something that is a deal killer for you? Or can you still justify the purchase?
Is this running a skinned/modified version of Android, similar to the Vizio Tablet?
Nintendo have their own proprietary (the cartridge) but no one ever seemed to cared, but when Sony announced the PSP and that they're going to use the UMD as the format for their games and videos everyone I know criticized Sony. So why did everyone hate on the UMD while people cared little for the cartridge that Nintendo used for the Game Boy and Nintendo DS line. Also, don't forget that Nintendo did create videos for Game Boy Advance stored in cartridges. Remember all those Nickelodeon videos...
I've read dozens of posts on the new Vita, even Sony's page, but I can't find anything that tells me "what kind of memory slot" this thing will have. I was considering picking up a memory stick for my current PSP to load a few extra downloaded games on, but don't want to buy something I can't put in the next version. Anyone have any idea on this one?
I expect lots of apologizing, of course. You can catch it streaming at these sites: http://www.gametrailers.com/netstorage/e3/e3-live.... http://www.g4tv.com/e3-2011/press-conferences/Sony... (It's also being shown live on G4.) Products announced: PlayStation 3D TV: http://gdgt.com/sony/playstation/3d-tv/ NGP is now the Vita: http://gdgt.com/sony/playstation/vita/