• Published: Apr 7th, 2012
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Vita Voices: Everybody’s Golf is the perfect launch title

A launch title in Japan, in the US, and in Europe, Everybody’s Golf (Hot Shots Golf World Invitational) promised a lot, which is half the battle of a launch title. There are great graphics, good use of the capabilities of the platform – including online tournaments, augmented reality viewing, and subtle use of the rear touch pad.

But what do I really think? Let’s tee up the next Vita Voices podcast.

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  • 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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