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Import News: Special Edition Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster PlayStation Vita Slim Up For Sale At PlayAsia

Worldwide trusted import retailer PlayAsia has listed the Special Edition Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster version of the PlayStation Vita Slim for sale to United States customers (among others) and can be scooped up today for $349.99. The device supports WiFi (but no 3G), has 1GB of memory stock for game-saves, photos, MP3s, etc., and this edition also comes with Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster the game(s). The item can be ordered here now for those interested, and it’s important to note that any region PlayStation Vita games can be played on this device – this means American / European games will work on the device too.

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PlayStation Vita Price Cut Could Come to United States

The next generation Sony handheld PlayStation Vita has released and met with a mixed emotion of love and hate depending on who you ask. Recently the PlayStation Vita has been under fire with analysts and web-journalists all throwing in their 2 cents about what Sony should or should not do in order to get the Vita moving impressive units and creating a larger install-base.

Take a look at the recent price drop for the PlayStation Vita in Japan and its effect on business though. Sony may have found its solution to its problem of getting passed the early adopter stage and cross into the golden period for their dedicated handheld.

The PlayStation Vita’s price was set to ¥19,980 (roughly $215 American or €165 Euros). This price drop from the original ¥24,980 (comparable to $270 American or €205 Euros). Both 3G+Wifi and Wifi-Only models were reduced to the ¥19,980 price point.

In the image below (enlarge by clicking here) you will see Japan retailer Akihabara with only two PlayStation Vitas left for sale as a result of the price drop.

All that’s left to see is when the PlayStation Vita will receive its price drop and what the new price will be. It is sure to be scooped up by the massive consumer-base in North America (and Europe for that matter) as the holiday buying begins to set in earlier and earlier each year due to the global economic downturn. Leave us your thoughts on this inevitable event to come for gaming.

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PS3 Exclusive Starhawk Story Trailer + Details Further Revealed by Lightbox

Lightbox Interactive has saw fit to show the gaming masses more of Starhawk. Today we are treated to a brand new trailer revealing more of the Story in the fresh single player mode of this unique war game. With guns in hand, bases to build, and the incredible views of treacherous outer space as the backdrop, Emmit Graves hits the long road ahead of him. Check out the video below:

 

GameGuru further reports:

“Fans will be pleased to know that the game’s Build & Battle mechanics will be fully supported in the story mode which is focused upon the war between the Rifters and the Outcast. It revolves around the fight for rift energy, known as ‘blue-gold,’ which is found on a distant space colony called the Frontier. Protagonist Emmett Grave will be on the lookout of this brother Logan who is leader of an Outcast warband.”

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Stay tuned to RealGamerNewz for Starhawk Videos and more. If you’re deciding to give something new a try (or you’re a diehard fan), don’t miss out on the release date May 8.

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PlayStation Vita Gives Birth to Cross Platform Online and Universal Ownership

One of the PlayStation Vita’s strengths, which sets it apart from other handhelds, is its intimate bond to the PlayStation 3. PlayStation Vita gamers will be able to go face to face online with PlayStation 3 gamers over the PSN with Cross Platform Play.

Cross Platform DLC ownership is one of the other many fruits that Vita aims to deliver to loyal PSN gamers. Marvel VS Capcom 3 for PlayStation Vita will be among the games to sport the feature. If you buy the MvC3 DLC for your PS3 you get it for your PSV, no extra charge (and the opposite is true). Some DLC games will give you dual ownership as well, allowing you to avoid buying entire games twice in some cases.

Other early adopters of the feature include MotorStorm RC, Hustle Kings, Top Darts, WipEout HD, and HD Fury DLC for WipEout 2048 which are all Cross Platform Ownership enabled. Could this be a sign that digital distribution has its benefits after all?

The PlayStation Vita officially launches in the USA February 22, 2012 and is the first handheld to feature dual analog thumb-sticks, 3G/Wifi, and console quality graphics. If you’re too impatient to wait you can pick up the PlayStation Vita First Edition Bundle.

 

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