Playstation Vita D-1

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13 Responses

  1. Alpha Iono says:

    Id go with the Wi-fi

  2. Mr. Muscle says:

    Buy Mr. Muscle from SC Johnson and we’ll send you a free PS Vita, before its release!

    Sc Johnson – A family company

  3. Abdullah says:

    A bit off topic, but is it alright if you can make an article on this blog about the argument between KaKaRoToKS and Mathieulh which took place yesterday on Twitter please. :) https://twitter.com/#!/KaKaRoToKS

    • Guardian says:

      Sorry I am asking this, but what the heck is going on between those two? What is happening and what are they fighting for, honestly I did not understand anything, if you could provide me some background… Please!

  4. 3G says:

    i prefer 3g version.. cause im a programmer .. i wanna try something with psvita

  5. raziel says:

    damn! it costs more than a PS3! :/

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