PlayStation Vita – Pacote Walking Dead
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- Inclui: PS Vita, voucher de jogo para download do jogo PS Vita Walking Dead, cartão de memória de 4 GB e carregador.
- Com o PS Vita, os jogadores serão capazes de jogar perfeitamente jogos PS4 na linda tela de 5 polegadas através de Wi-Fi em um ambiente local.
- The Walking Dead: The Complete First Temporada: Todos os cinco episódios premiados mais episódios especiais de 400 dias.
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Detalhes do produto
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões da embalagem : 21.08 x 20.83 x 5.59 cm; 780.18 g
- Número do modelo : WTF778
- ASIN : B00G9AYVTG
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- High Definition Screen and Graphics: This is the greatest strength of PS Vita. I love the high resolution graphics on Vita. Sometimes they are indistinguishable from PS3 games. Can’t describe in words how nice games such as Killzone and Wipeout look on PS Vita. It is unbelievable that a handheld can have such graphics.
- Controls : Gotta love dual analog stick. Sony took a while but finally brought it on the handheld. Bravo.
-Touchscreen: I really like the interactive touch screen menus. It makes navigation a lot more intuitive then going up and down the list using analog or side buttons. Also in many games they make the gameplay more interactive.
- Quality of games: This is one of the main reasons I had to buy it now. With Killzone, Persona4Golden, Uncharted, Sly, Soul Sacrifice, Resistance, Walking Dead and PS3 ports (FFX/X2 HD, Injustice, Ratchet) there are enough games to last me for years.
-PS4 Remote play feature: While I don’t have a PS4 (yet), I tried it on my friend’s PS4 and it works great. Definitely a very useful feature.
-PSP Titles playability: I haven’t tried this either but I read that you can download PSP titles on PS Vita. I am happy I purchased some PSP games digitally. Hopefully I will be able to play them on Vita
-Recent Price drop: Definitely helps.
-The Holiday bundle: 4 free games and 3 of them being hit titles. Why not?
-Memory Cards: In the era when you can download full games, Sony should provide big memory cards at cheaper price or at least give option to buy memory cards from other companies.
I didn’t buy Vita so far because I felt that it may not survive competition against 3DS and to be honest it is still doing bad compared to 3DS. But with so many awesome Vita games in the market, price drop and PS4 remote play, I have no regrets purchasing Vita this holiday season.
One thing to be aware of is that the pricing on this PCH-1000 model Vita is probably so aggressive because a newer model may be coming soon (it's already available in Japan). The newer PCH-2000 model is 41g lighter, 3.6mm thinner, and has a claimed 1 hour better battery life, at the expense of an IPS LCD display with poorer contrast, colors, and motion handling.
Lately, there seems to have been a run on Vita memory cards, perhaps from all the Holiday bundle sales, making Vita memory card sales a bit of a seller's market. I recommend waiting for sales on them. I was able to acquire a 16GB card from Amazon for $20, making it a mere 66% markup from a name brand class 10 micro SD card ;)
(1) A quality machine in size, weight, design and build.
(2) The 5" 960x544 OLED multitouch screen is really quite nice and every bit as responsive as the best tablets.
(3) Dual-analog sticks make it the best true gaming handheld on the market.
(4) It has some apps! Not a lot, mind you, but I can browse the web, check my e-mail, watch YouTube and log into Facebook all from my Vita.
(5) The games! Assassin's Creed Liberation, Soul Sacrifice, Uncharted Golden Abyss, Rayman Legends, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus... If you're into Mario and Pokemon, then get a 3DS XL. Otherwise, there's no reason not to go with a Vita.
(6) Customizable dashboard. This may not seem like a big deal to some, but is to me. The Vita allows for you to customize several separate dashboard screens (wallpaper, color scheme, icon placement, etc.) which is another feature that makes the Vita feel more like a gamer's mini-tablet.
(7) Battery seems to last a good three to four hours, even when playing the most taxing games. You really shouldn't be playing longer than that for a single stretch anyway!
(1) Memory cards are expensive, though they've come down in price. The Walking Dead bundle does include a 4GB card to get you started, but I'd recommend 16GB or even 32GB.
(2) The big third-party developers have been slow in advancing the Vita's library. Arkham Origins: Blackgate and Mortal Kombat were a good start, but I'd like to see more.
(3) More apps! Sony needs to get the ball rolling with a true app store. A good selection of apps would allow the Vita to rival many tablets at their own game.
In conclusion, the current model of the Vita is fantastic and has finally come down in price to one heck of a deal. It has everything a gamer needs, and although there is room for some improvements, has pretty much everything a gamer could want. To go with your purchase, I also recommend the AmazonBasics Heavy Duty Vault Case for PlayStation Vita (Officially Licensed by Sony) . It, too, is quality and will protect your beautiful new PS Vita from anything short of a nuclear blast.
Whats in the box? The System itself, a black standard vita system, the charging cable, which includes a USB cable for backing up onto computers, and a 4GB memory card which in my opinion is kind of useless, unless your going to buy only physical copies of games. Also in the box are these augmented reality cards, which I haven't really messed with. But the Vita does have the ability to use the camera, and put things into your background (Little Deviants) that you can shoot and interact with.
I believe if you buy this version anywhere else other than Amazon, you only get the dead walking game. Opening the box, I was slightly disappointed that it's just a regular black Vita. I was hoping for a different colored Walking Dead edition, such as a blue color or red color. But what is nice, is that this is the 3G/WiFi version that used to cost $300!! The 3G services are only available from AT&T, which kind of stinks because I have Verizon. I believe the plans are somewhat expensive starting around $14/month for 256MB. If you have an iPhone, you should be able to create a mobile hotspot (mobile WiFi) to connect the Vita to. I do this all the time with my laptop, and the Vita, so make sure your data plan is big enough.
Functionality. The system is gorgeous to look at, and I plan to go over some pros and cons. What I don't like:
1. No second shoulder button, this should be setup like a playstation 3 or 4 controller.
2. The buttons, and thumb sticks are too small.
3. The thumb sticks do not click in.
4. Proprietary memory cards ($90 for a 32GB memory card!!) C'mon Sony.
5. Placement of the speakers and volume level (not powerful enough). The speakers end up behind your hands.
6. Placement of the headphone jack on the bottom is asking for trouble.
7. The game loading slot is a pain to open, especially if you have no nails.
What I do like:
1. Huge game library; there are so many quality games to play now.
2. Playstation Network - It's very cool to play other people, and be able to download movies, game demos, and full games.
3. OLED screen is bright, big and beautiful.
4. Graphics, the best graphics on a portable game system; it's super powerful.
5. Battery Life- I'm average a little over 4 hours of play time.
6. Apps-Netflix, Skype, and Youtube are just a few of the many apps you can download.
7. Form factor- It fits nice in the hand and is very light; the dual cameras, and the touchpad in the back are nice touches too. It also has an accelerometer.
So final verdict. Should you buy it? Well that totally depends on you. If you like gaming in bed, or are just a casual gamer and don't want to invest in a console then I say go for it. It's also great for those that are on the road a lot. I will tell you this; Sony is releasing a PS Vita 2,000 sometime this 2014 fall/winter, but it's main improvements will be a 1GB internal memory, and be lighter in weight. Graphically they will be the same power. Watching Netflix on a larger screen than my iPhone is nice as well.
The games: So far I have played the Walking Dead which is amazing, as well as Uncharted which looks almost as good as the PS3. I would recommend getting the PSN $49.99 yearly membership as you will get a nice instant game library to include games like Sonic Racing, Gravity Rush, Strangers Wrath HD, Wipeout 2048, and a few more I believe. You also get discounts (sometimes 50%-75%) on games. The PSN Plus is absolutely worth it if you have a PS4 or PS3. You can also control and play PS3 games, and PS4 games on the vita as long as your WiFi connection is good. So basically you could play Call of Duty Ghosts on your PS4 even though your PS4 is back home in New York, and you're in California.
The PSN Plus also gives you access to demo games as well. I don't regret my purchase at all, as I like the games on the Vita; especially all the indie games that Sony is so well known for!
Update: 1/18/2014 - Playstation Network is currently doing a 14 for 14 deal where top games like Killzone Mercenary are only like $9.99 (still $39.99 at Gamestop).
Update: 2/5/2014 - I forgot to mention the quick resume feature of the PS Vita. If you tap the power button, the Vita will pause the game wherever you are, and go into a low power mode. If you press the PS button or the power button again, even hours later, the game will be sitting there right where you left off. I especially like this, because you may not be at a save point when you need to quit. This feature reminds me of the instant features on the Xbox One.