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Q: Anyone else have a PS Vita in China?

Even though you can go the PSP route and pirate your games, I am interested in getting a brand spanking new VITA (price cut, yo) and enjoying such perks as online gaming and Playstation Plus that you can't do on the downlow.

 

What's everyone's experience with this? Or, are you still going the PSP route? I have a long commute and gaming on a phone sucks.

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I've looked at the Vita's they are cool, but since I have more than 50 UMD's from my trusty PSP2000 that I bought with me from England, I don't see the point as they are non transferable to Vita.

Super cheap now they have the price cut though. You can get one here for about 1200 RMB.

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yeah dont even try online gaming unless its on a chinese server... the internet is terrible and the ping is even worth

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