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Games can be incredibly addicting, both in a bad and good way. And for those who seek to play a lot of great games always, smartphones and tablets just won't cut it – they'll need the PlayStation Vita, Sony's most powerful handheld gaming console yet. Read more below!

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PlayStation Vita Philippines

Console-grade Games on the go

A lot of people play video games these days – they do not even know it at times. But it is mainly done so on the ever growing number of smartphones and tablets. But ask yourself, should you settle for lesser video games on smartphones and tablets? The PlayStation Vita may be what you have always wanted, handheld video games console with impressive capabilities in both the features and graphics department.

The PlayStation Vita bring all of the goodness of a PlayStation console and puts in the palms of your hand. Enjoy proper gaming on the geo by letting yourself play all of the great games that have been developed exclusively only for the PlayStation Vita. Although the Vita was released many years ago, it still carries an effective punch with its steady library of games.

New levels of control

Where the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and Nintendo handheld consoles lacked a dual-analog stick (or any analog stick at all), the PlayStation Vita has two analog sticks. That means its offering the same amount of controls as a standard PlayStation controller, sans two shoulder triggers. However, the handheld brings a unique navigation method to the playing field: a touch-screen on the front display, and a rear touchpad. The two touch controls go together hand in hand to produce an intuitive control method for menu navigation as well as in-game – most especially so in the PlayStation exclusive TearAway game.

Remote Play with your PlayStation Vita in Philippines

Undoubtedly one of the coolest features of your PlayStation Vita is Remote Play. Remote Play simply lets the PlayStation Vita act as a mobile display and control for the larger PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles. The Vita integrates with the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 so that it can stream games to the Vita, while all the processing stays on the PlayStation consoles itself.

Remote Play is convenient in the way that it allows the user to play PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 games on the go without having to be seated right at the front of the couch. It also comes into great use if someone else is using the television and you want to play your PlayStation 4; you can just stream games directly to your Vita instead!

Two different models of PlayStation Vita in Philippines

The PlayStation Vita has two different models, the first generation one and the second generation PlayStation Vita Slim. The first version featured a gorgeous OLED display but in a much thicker body, whereas the Slim version opts for a more conventional LCD display in a slimmer body and slightly better battery life.

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Reviewed on 2015-07-01
The PS Vita never came close to fulfilling its massive potential, and with scant attention to the portable at this year's E3 , it looks like Sony has all but given up on it as the system it was originally meant to be. But that doesn't necessarily mean it...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-23
The original PS Vita was launched two years ago, and although a few on our team actually went out and bought one, it has struggled to break out of a largely hardcore gaming niche – for example, at the time of writing, the highest rated title on Metacritic...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-30
A couple of years ago, Sony released a portable gaming system called the PlayStation Vita ( read our review ). This portable gaming console promised to bring gameplay experiences that rivaled those offered by the home console, and for the most part, it de...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-24
The new Vita Slim charges with any MicroUSB cable, is thinner and lighter, has improved battery life, and works nicely as a PS4 accessory for local game streaming. The game library's gotten really good, too, including freebies for PS Plus subscribers....Expensive proprietary memory cards are necessary and annoying; new LCD display is less vivid than the original Vita's OLED display; the lack of rumble and extra buttons means some remoteplay PS4 games translate awkwardly
We play games all the time on the go now. On our phones, on our tablets. I bet you've played a game in the last few hours. Why then would you need a dedicated gaming handheld?Back in 2005, when Sony made its first gaming handheld , the PSP (PlayStation Po...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-24
Thinne, lighter design, Solid LCD display, Robust games library, Micro USB charging capabilityThinne, lighter design, Solid LCD display, Robust games library, Micro USB charging capability
Since 1989, Nintendo has been the gold standard when it comes to handhelds. There have been many challengers to the throne -- the Sega Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color and Nokia N-Gage -- all ultimately defeated by Nintendo's seemingly untouchable populari...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-30
Feels much thinner and lighter than the original PlayStation Vita. LCD screen is crisp and vibrant. Micro USB port. Lots of classic games available over PlayStation Network.Still uses Vita memory cards. Native Vita game library isn't as compelling as that of the Nintendo 3DS
The original Sony PlayStation Vita$303.30 at Amazon was an impressive piece of technology. While the Nintendo 3DS%displayPrice% at %seller% has clearly relegated it to second place in the handheld game system market, the Vita's hardware is objec...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-19
Sony is no stranger to the handheld gaming market as they have been offering such devices since 2004 with the PlayStation Portable. Whether or not the PSP was successful is certainly debatable, but Sony decided to move onto a more powerful handheld gaming...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-16
Sony has announced that the new PS Vita Slim (PCH-2000) is coming to Australia, launching on June 4th. It'll be $269.95 for the black model, bundled with a 1GB memory card. Here's Kotaku‘s hands-on with a Japanese version.This article originally appeared...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-12
Lighter and slimmer, Longer battery life, Better access to touchscreen and touch padOLED screen replaced by LCD, No major upgrades, Still costs $200, Forcibly bundled with Borderlands 2, Forcibly bundled with 8GB card
Going up against Nintendo in the handheld wars is like being an adventurer in an old-school RPG off to slay a mysterious monster in a cave — at some point there must be a voiceover from an old man who tells you solemnly “Many have tried, all have failed.”...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-26
Next generation graphics, cheaper than competitors, slick user interface, excellent controllerLack of Alist titles, camera not included
PlayStation 4 sales in the UK have beaten all expectations, and that probably has something to do with Blighty being second in line to get the PS Vita Slim – that, or Sony just really loves the Brits. Either way it works for us. As does the Vita's ability...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-12
Lighter, more ergonomic design, Screen is actually more natural, Remote Play is great, Now has some builtin storage1GB still isn't enough
Comparing new and old Vitas side by side doesn't entirely go the Slim's way - it just doesn't look or feel quite as premium as the previous model, with more plastic under the fingers and a visible edge around the screen where it sits in the chassis, unlik...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-28
It's a wellbuilt piece of kit that will appeal to many gamers, as long as they have the spare cash to afford it.The screen has been downgraded from the original PS Vita, but the Slim's biggest problem might be finding a market
The smartphone's growing capabilities have limited the market for audio players, pocket cameras, PDAs and other handheld devices, but Sony still thinks there's room out there for a dedicated gaming gadget like the PS Vita Slim. Of course it's not just for...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-12
Slimmer and lighter, Comfortable to hold, Extra long battery, 1GB of internal memoryExpensive, LCD not OLED
Sony's making a bold play with the PS Vita Slim. The dedicated handheld market is one that's vanishing, yet Sony is willing to bet its latest portable on it.While Sony hasn't announced a price yet for Australia, the Brits have an RRP of £180, which is aro...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-07
Slimmer and lighter, Comfortable to hold, Extra long battery, 1GB of internal memoryExpensive, LCD not OLED
Sony's making a bold play with the PS Vita Slim. The dedicated handheld market is one that's vanishing, yet Sony is willing to bet its latest portable on it. And with a £180 RRP (around US$290, AU$330), the PS Vita Slim is asking for more than than its ri...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-07
Lighter, thinner, micro USB charging, 1GB storage, Remote Play with PS4 is greatLCD rather than OLED screen, no 3G version in UK
With smartphone and tablet gaming becoming so dominant in the world of casual gaming is there still room for a dedicated handheld gaming console? Sony certainly thinks so with a refresh of the PlayStation Vita, now in its slimmer form factor, better known...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-07
SONY PLAYSTATION]Sony has suffered a few years in the shadows of Microsoft, but now the bods there have pulled their socks up and are back on top.The PS4 is selling like ice-cream on a sunny day and the PS3 is beating the Xbox 360 in the charts.Now Sony...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-04
The PlayStation Vita Slim PCH2000 is noticeably thinner and lighter, while the new LCD screen is thankfully not a huge step back from the original OLED panel. A microUSB charging port is a welcome addition, while in terms of raw power, this is still a ver...Sony's proprietary memory cards are costly. Compared with portable gaming on a smart phone or tablet, Vita games are still very expensive, and battery life while slightly improved is still unspectacular
The PlayStation Vita is back for an encore.The original Vita , a successor the Sony's popular PSP , was released in early 2012, but the new model -- known alternately as the Vita PCH-2000, Vita 2000, or simply "the Vita Slim" -- finally hits the US on May...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-03
Sony has made some great choices in redesigning its portable games console. It’s 20 per cent slimmer and 15 per cent lighter, which doesn’t sound like much, but it feels much more portable and comfortable overall as a result. The console also comes with 1GB of internal memory - not enough for storing downloaded games, but enough to at least store your saved games if you’re mostly gaming on cartri...The biggest change to the PS Vita Slim is the screen, which is now a standard (and cheaper) LCD display, whereas the older model had a gorgeous OLED panel with fantastic contrast. The picture quality on the Slim suffers as a result: blacks aren’t as deep, fast motion isn’t as smooth, and colours don’t pop as well as they did on the original Vita. Unlike the original Vita, there’s also no 3G model...
Sony’s spent the last two years trying to wrestle people away from smartphones and Nintendo’s 3DS with its own PlayStation Vita, and for the most part, it has failed. However, recent releases such as Tearaway have provided some excellent games, partner...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-03
Refined design, Slimmer and lighter than the original, Longer battery lifeStill expensive, Screen is a slight downgrade
What is the PS Vita Slim (2014)? The PS Vita Slim is the second-generation Vita games console. However, not a great deal has changed since the first: there's still a 5-inch screen and the same button layout, but it is thinner and lighter by a considerable...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-30
Comparing new and old Vitas side by side doesn't entirely go the Slim's way - it just doesn't look or feel quite as premium as the previous model, with more plastic under the fingers and visible edge around the screen where it sits in the chassis, unlike ...
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Display diagonal

12.7 cm (5")

Display resolution

960 x 544 pixels

Display number of colours

16.78 million colours

Aspect ratio


Touchscreen type


Second display

Weight & dimensions


183.6 mm


15 mm


85.1 mm


219 g


Wi-Fi standards

802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Wi-Fi positioning
Bluetooth version


Bluetooth profiles



Built-in memory capacity

1 GB

Built-in optical drive
Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cards


Packaging content

Video game included


Colour of product


Gaming control technology

Analogue / Digital

Gaming control function keys

D-pad, Home, Power, Select, Start, Turbo



PlayStation Vita (PSVita)

Processor model

ARM Cortex-A9

Processor cores


Graphics processor


Video memory

128 MB

Internal memory

512 MB

Electronic compass


Built-in camera
Main camera resolution (numeric)

0.3 MP

Main camera resolution

640 x 480 pixels

Second camera
Second camera resolution

0.3 MP

Built-in microphone
Audio formats supported


Video formats supported

H.264, MPEG4

Image formats supported