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PS Vita arrives in some stores in USA and games aplenty

PS Vita arrives in some stores in USA and games aplenty

If you've not already picked up a PS Vita, today might be your lucky day, as many vendors are receiving an amount of early release Limited Edition bundles for everyone. Though the US release was originally going to have a pre-release featured bundle where you'd have to have pre-ordered in order to get one, Sony has apparently decided to ship enough packages for as many people as wanted to get in on the action early as possible. In addition to prices we've got a full list of games you might pick up outside the full range of PlayStation Portable names which are of course available to you right out of the box - do continue on!

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PlayStation Vita pre-release bundles have arrived, pre-orders not needed

PlayStation Vita pre-release bundles have arrived, pre-orders not needed

While it should speak volumes that in order to get your hands on a PlayStation Vita before it's "official" release in the USA you do not need to have pre-ordered a unit, it may make more sense to focus on the price. Those of you who've pre-ordered a PSVita should be getting the system in your hands today or at the very least sometime this week, while those who did not pre-order the device will be able to head to their local gaming store today and pick one up for the pre-release bundle price.

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Portal ported to Android in homebrew edition

Portal ported to Android in homebrew edition

One of the most interesting first person action puzzle games to bend physics in the past 10 years has been ported - sort of - to Android. This game goes by the name Portal - perhaps you've heard of it - and what you're going to see is just the first level of many, many levels to come. The game centers around your ability to move through portals (in one end, out the other,) and this port proves that even though they're missing quite a bit of the graphics action, they can, indeed, do it.

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Twisted Metal PS3 drops in USA today

Twisted Metal PS3 drops in USA today

It's that time again, folks, time to take your love of destroying your auto-bound enemy to a whole new level of bright flashes of explosions and pain with Twisted Metal. In a 2012 release with the same name as the original murder-tastic car battle, this Twisted Metal is being sent out to the PlayStation 3 exclusively (at first, at least,) and will be available in all your favorite gaming stores right this minute (if you're lucky) for $60 USD. Be sure you're 17 years and older though, as this one's going to get messy.

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Monsters Ate My Condo Review

Monsters Ate My Condo Review

The game known as Monsters Ate My Condo is a $0.99 masterpiece from both developers PikPok and the fine folks at Adult Swim Games. If you're prone to seizures, I must warn you to steer clear of this beast, but if you're a lover of games whose creators clearly spent thousands of sleepless nights perfecting in both form and aesthetic grace, you've got a winner on your hands. It's all monsters and keeping your tower afloat by feeding pieces of it to the monsters from here on out, folks, have fun!

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PS Vita keeps mobile gaming, PS3 connectivity at heart of US push

PS Vita keeps mobile gaming, PS3 connectivity at heart of US push

As the PlayStation Vita readies its big release here in the United States, we've got more than enough reason to want to pick one up and not stop playing for days on end. And as the advertising world begins to size up the situation, they've decided to target the gamers amongst use with a tendency to not stop playing unless they must. PlayStation Vita is a gaming system that'll allow you to play your PlayStation 3 games at home, convert your save to your PS Vita machine, continue to play, and play again when you're back to your system - there's no need to play outside every again!

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ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty revealed and detailed

ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty revealed and detailed

For those of you with a love for the original controller that swept the world with its rectangular simplicity in the original Nintendo Entertainment System, 8-bitty has been released for your mobile gaming enjoyment. This little controller has four buttons instead of the two you've seen in the old controller and has no affiliation with that controller other than its obvious inspirational bits. You'll get blue, red, orange, yellow, and green across the front with the same red buttons you've loved for so very long, and no cords!

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Temple Run for Android postponed, still coming this month

Temple Run for Android postponed, still coming this month

The game that's still got iOS fans having heart attacks over how awesome it is, Temple Run, was originally scheduled to be dropped for Android today, but its developers have let us know that a bit of postponing is in order. Though we and the developers at Image Studios are hoping to get in on the game for a full release by the end of the month, it's likely not going to happen this week. Those of you on the iPhone version of this game can continue swinging in glee as your Android compatriots wait for some awesome temple running pleasure for just a few more days or weeks or forever more.

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Gotham City Impostors launched, Batman FPS chaos ensues

Gotham City Impostors launched, Batman FPS chaos ensues

One of the wackiest looking and feeling games to have been released in what seems like forever has been officially brought out of Beta yesterday and today, rolling out to the PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3 in turn. This game is a download-only game but looks to be a gigantic bash of a good time hit as the waves created by the smash hit game Gotham City is scooped up here in a comedic rendition of what would happen if Batman was no more. It's a first person shooter this time around, Batfriends, and noone is safe!

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PSA: Ubisoft games rendered unplayable by server transfer

PSA: Ubisoft games rendered unplayable by server transfer

This week the folks at Ubisoft are transitioning between servers for their massive data library and while this operation goes on, many of their games, even ones that do no require an internet connection for gameplay, will be rendered completely unplayable. This is because Ubisoft employs a DRM (Digital Rights Management) system which checks to make sure the copy of the game you're using is legitimate each time you start the game up - if the server where this check occurs is down (as it is now), you will be unable to play these games entirely. In other words - it's not just you, it's every single person who owns a list of games from Ubisoft until the end of February the 8th.

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