• Published: Mar 8th, 2012
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Vita Voices: PSP or Vita at 37,000 feet?

Normally this would be the time for my annual "Five Games I travel with for SXSW" but it’s a little bit different this year.

My annual trip to the huge Interactive, Film, and Music conference that is SXSW in Austin, TX. has left me with a tricky question. Should I trust the PS Vita to last the flight, or fall back to the older PSP?

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  • 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: Apr 8th, 2011
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The Playstation Show #130, Denki Blocks

It’s been a long time coming, but now the gum-block puzzler that started on the Gameboy Color has foun its natural home on the Sony Playstation! Denki Blocks, maddening, undo enabled, physics following Denki Blocks is ready for you to enjoy (I think) the 100 levels on offer.

Throw in the latest news, estimated installed base, and a movie voice trailer for a “book of the game” and you’ve got the latest Playstation Show!

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