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Playstation Vita: How to get it a week early




Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: PlayStation Vita, Sony

Playstation Vita

Can't wait to get your hands on the PlayStation Vita portable console? Sony announced today that those who purchase a special bundle will receive the device one week early.

The PlayStation Vita officially goes on sale in the U.S. on February 22, but it will arrive a few days early for those who purchase a $349.99 bundle that includes the 3G + Wi-Fi Vita, a limited edition case, a 4GB PS Vita memory card, and the Little Deviants game. Pre-order it now.

The bundle for Canadian users includes a Wi-Fi Vita, the case, 4GB memory card, and Little Deviants for $299.99.

Users in both countries can pick up their bundles on February 15.

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"We've decided to give our most loyal fans an opportunity to own a PS Vita before everyone else," Sony said on its PlayStation blog.

Little Deviants is "a series of madcap adventures that allow you to have fun discovering and experimenting with the new PS Vita functions including rear touch and front touch, six-axis motion sensors, front and rear cameras and microphone," Sony said. "Little Deviants also offers an augmented reality shooter experience that lets players move around the real world firing shots and dodging enemies."

Sony unveiled the Vita, previously known as the PlayStation Portable 2, at this year's E3 gaming conference. The device will have an OLED touch screen, dual analog sticks, back-mounted touch panels, and front- and back-facing cameras. It will also include a number of downloadable social apps, including those for Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Skype. While 3G will be available through AT&T for $299.99, Sony will also offer a less expensive Wi-Fi-only option for $249.99.

The Vita will be released in Japan on December 17.

This article, written by Chloe Albanesius, originally appeared on PCMag.com and is republished on Gear Live with the permission of Ziff Davis, Inc.

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