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  • First Look

    Sony have bet big on their next gen PSP and it’s not without reason. The PSP Vita is being launched at a time when the Nintendo 3DS is flying off the shelves almost everywhere it is being launched. The competition for portable gaming device also comes from a new segment – the ‘smartphone’ with their dual-core processors and 3D screens and NVIDIA 2 graphics chip. Not to forget, access to an online market from Android, iOS and even Windows to download some of the best games across genres. So, will the Vita be able to survive the onslaught from the competition? On paper it does look like a competent gaming device, so let’s get cracking and find out what it can really do.

    Review

    The 5” OLED capacitive touchscreen is quite impressive with its vivid bright display which also happens to be scratch resistant. But, it does feel prone to scratches, so we’d recommend a scratch guard for the display as an immediate purchase with the Vita. Unlike the PSP, the Vita features two analogue sticks, and these aren’t the nubs the PSP had either. They’re raised and look and feel just like the analogue sticks on the PS3 controller; just smaller. None of the buttons feel flimsy and all the buttons on the front as well as the analogue sticks are located conveniently within the reach of your thumbs. One minor gripe with the layout is that the X button is a little too close to the right analogue stick, but this is something that you will get used to over time. The UI is smooth and browsing throughout the interface is a nice experience. Sony has dumped the UMD media that it used in the PSP and has instead decided to make games available on game cards that look just like a memory card. This has many repercussions, the first of which is Sony’s ability to make the device fairly slim in the absence of an optical drive.

     

    Verdict

    The console itself might not be so expensive, but consider the fact that almost all popular titles will sell for around Rs. 2,799. That considerably raises the overall price you will end up spending after buying the PSP Vita, so it really would boil down to if this device is really that awesome to be spending that much. The answer, predictably, is no. But, if you are a gamer who can dish out some extra cash for thrills on the move, then there are hardly any competitors for the Vita. Even the Galaxy Note and Dell Streak with their 5” screens cannot compete, and the Sony’s own Xperia Play is a bit gimmicky right now. We’d wait for the prices to drop further and then recommend it as a must-buy.

     

    GAMEPLAY

    Playing through Uncharted: Golden Abyss is a surreal experience because, at times, it’s hard to believe that such high-end visuals are being delivered on a handheld device. The only noticeable performance issue, we noticed was while performing context-based touch gestures during melee combat in Uncharted. The touchscreen response was just a tad delayed. However, this is a launch title, and we can expect developers to do a better job of optimizing their games as they grow accustomed to the hardware.

     

    GAMING CONTROLLERS

    Aside from the tradition trio of analogue sticks, D-pad and shoulder buttons, the Vita sports a plethora of other control options to enrich your gaming experience. A multi-touch capacitive touchscreen in the front; a multi-touch trackpad at the back; a gyroscope, accelerometer and three-axis electronic compass for motion gaming; and a rear camera for augmented reality gaming.

     

    START HERE, FINISH THERE

    While there was a degree of interconnectivity between the PSP and PS3, the Vita-PS3 combine takes it to a whole new level. Certain games, such as Warrior’s Lair, will be available for both PS3 and Vita, and you’ll be able to transfer save games from version to the other and continue your progress on a different device. For instance, you can transfer your PS3 game save to your Vita and continue playing the game when you’re on the move.

     

    Specifications

    ARM Cortex A9 quad-core processor

    5” OLED Capacitive touchscreen

    Proprietary Sony PSP OS

    512MB on-board/Hot Swap Card Slot

    Front/Rear cam for streaming only

    USB, Wi-Fi, 3G, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR

  • نظرات سونی SONY - پلی استیشن PlayStation 4 , PS3، PSP - Vita

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