The PlayStation Vita handheld gaming platform launches this week. So how good is Sony's latest gadget?
The PlayStation Vita, the newest handheld from Sony, is due on shelves in the States in 2012. In Japan, the Vita is already off and running.
PlayStation Vita, once codenamed NGP, sports an OLED screen, motion controls, touch controls on the front and back, cameras on the front and back, Wi-Fi – and 3G mobile data for an extra $50. But how will the PlayStation Vita stand against the Nintendo 3DS?
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The Sony NGP, or Next Generation Portable, will hit shelves this year, Sony reps have announced. So how will the NGP stack up against the Nintendo 3DS?
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