• Published: Feb 29th, 2012
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Vita Voices: Do You Really Need a Vita Review?

One week later, and everyone has written up their thought on the PS Vita across the internet, in newspapers, and for in-flight magazines. Surely the majority of gamers have already decided if they want to purchase a Vita before now…. but if everyone is already decided if they will purchase a Vita, why are we bothering?

The one word answer will be revealed in this week’s Vita Voices Podcast.

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  • Published: Feb 22nd, 2012
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Vita Voices: The Beauty of the Unboxing

It’s PS Vita launch day, so a new name for the show, and a new partner… welcome to everyone listening in from Video Game Writers. Today is the day though (bar those pesky first editions in America and everyone in Japan. Everyone will be doing the same thing. Opening the box.

But have you stopped to think about how important the unboxing actually is?

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  • Published: Feb 14th, 2012
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The Playstation Show: Why do we have to have Lumines?

I blame Tetris.

Once upon a time, a handheld launched with a puzzle game. The handheld was the original Nintendo Gameboy, and the title was Tetris. It changed portable gaming forever, and it changed the mindset on launch titles for ever. Now we have to have a puzzle game at every launch. Is there any other reason why we need a third version of Lumines? I lay out the case in this week’s podcast.

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