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26-03-2015, 19:12   #8731
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http://www.adverts.ie/arcade-retro/retro-games/7671253

Threw a bunch of stuff on adverts. Need to raise money for my arcade room (Need to get that high spec insulated plasterboard )

Feel free to make offers and any regulars here will get themselves a discount
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27-03-2015, 11:23   #8732
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Stolen from bargain alerts: Playstation TV (Vita TV) €60 in Argos.

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27-03-2015, 11:33   #8733
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Stolen from bargain alerts: Playstation TV (Vita TV) €60 in Argos.

http://checkargos.com/StockCheckPage...ductId=3574052
Thanks, I've just reserved one but, seeing as Bloodborne has to wait until the few bob is there, so will this unnecessary doohickey.
Perhaps its lack of success, along with the Vita suggests that.....
Sony have a Deathwish!!!
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Cheaper in Smyths:

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Thanks for that! Totally just bought it lol.




What's wrong with me! Only sold my vita last week...
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Thanks for that! Totally just bought it lol.




What's wrong with me! Only sold my vita last week...

Wanna buy a Vita?
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27-03-2015, 13:05   #8737
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I call mine the persona 4 golden box, as its all its ever been used for no compatability updates as promised either, its really a dissapointment imho.
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28-03-2015, 16:59   #8738
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I call mine the persona 4 golden box, as its all its ever been used for no compatability updates as promised either, its really a dissapointment imho.
It has the Atelier games which are up there with Persona.
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Stolen from bargain alerts: Playstation TV (Vita TV) €60 in Argos.

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Here's a thing.
Does this mean that the device is, realistically, due for the great unpopular console heap in the sky?
And, wasn't the micro console one if the reasons they bought Gaikai?
Money down the toilet now?
Though there will be PS4 functionality, at some point...
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28-03-2015, 17:41   #8740
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I'd guess it's being discontinued. I just didn't really get the point of it. If you wanted it to play vita games, you could add on an extra €50 (which you'd spend on a controller for it) or so to get an actual vita with 100% game compatibility. If you wanted it to stream PS4 gameplay, it still needs to be connected to a TV so would it not be just the same to connect the PS4 to the TV you wanted to play on. I guess the only feature that would be useful would be as a way of streaming PSN games if you didn't have another sony console but again the vita kinda has that covered.
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I actually did pick up tales of hearts R for 20 in gamestop today so might give that a go, they seen to have all their vita titles down to 20, two dangonrompas were there too for those that may be interested.
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28-03-2015, 18:04   #8742
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I actually did pick up tales of hearts R for 20 in gamestop today so might give that a go, they seen to have all their vita titles down to 20, two dangonrompas were there too for those that may be interested.
How many times do I have to say buy the Atelier games! Hearts R isn't that great.
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Do have a couple of the ps3 games, are the vita ones any different and compatible with the vita tv?
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Do have a couple of the ps3 games, are the vita ones any different and compatible with the vita tv?
Atelier Eorona is the only one with major changes and that is on PS3. If you own them already then there's no point buying them again.
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