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Jun 19
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Some time ago I held a poll asking GBATemp users which console they would like to see in the next “But Foxi, Why Would I Want A…” issue and to my great surprise, Sony’s latest handheld wonder, the PSVita, took the poll by stride. This is a rather heartwarming result considering how lukewarm the PSVita’s reception is as of today. A shame, because the platform has a lot to offer, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves and start from the beginning, which goes back further than one would think.

The initial reports about Sony's next generation handheld date back to 2009 when Eurogamer posted an article stating that Sony’s working on a brand-new gaming portable that will utilize the PowerVR SGX543MP4+ and offer graphical prowess comparable to the original Xbox. Ever since that report surfaced various outlets published new and exciting information from insider sources confirming that the device is indeed in development. Before long, photos of the mythical device began circulating the web, showing a PSP Go-like, slider-based device with dual analog sticks and dual cameras, supposedly the devkit for the upcoming system. The rumour mill kept turning for another year before at long last the system was unveiled during the PlayStation Meeting 2011. The world could finally gaze upon what was yet to come, the Next Generation Portable, the system that would later become what today we know as the PSVita… and it was glorious.

Jun 19
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Abyss Odyssey blends 2-D sidescrolling action with fighting game elements in a procedurally generated environment with a crazy community meta-boss, loot, and customizable skills

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Jun 16

During E3 the eyes of the whole world were fixed on the big three - Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, but they're not the whole world, are they? There's still the Steam Machines looming on the horizon, and now it seems that there's an incoming portable one ready to exchange blows with Nintendo's 3DS and Sony's PSVita

"Project Steamboy" is the world's first portable Steam Machine, the device packs a quad-core CPU, 4GB RAM, 32GB built-in storage, support for WiFi and 3G, a 5" 16:9 screen and the trademark Steam Machine touchpads on each side - a modest, but sufficient setup, especially once you factor in SteamOS's streaming capabilites.

Not much is known about the device for now, but until more information surfaces we can at least feast our eyes on the flashy teaser.

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Jun 14
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Well, you have definitely made a happy reporter of me today. As of moments ago, our very own Auryn and company have finished and released the full translation of the game Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth - Prosecutor's Path.

According to Auryn, the patch would cover the entire game and would later be updated to correct the minor issues that people come across in their playthrough. And from what I have seen, it's a pretty comprehensive patch that replaces text, voices, backgrounds, and evidence. Personally, I can't wait to play it, and of course, I want to congratulate the team on a job well done, so kudos to you guys for making this happen!

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Jun 14
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VR will be amazing when Nintendo decides to pick it up. Even Palmer Luckey, founder of Oculus Rift, would love to see a Pokemon VR game.
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:arrow:The Review
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GUEST PIECE

And look at that, everyone! With the rush of E3 having ended, and with all of the tears having been collected (or excitement, I suppose), it's time to return to business as usual and resume the articles. Did you miss me? Don't be shy! Well, anyways, I'm just the messenger today, because we have a guest contribution. Let's give a nice warm welcome to Taleweaver! I'm going to go ahead and pass him the talking rock now, I've said all I needed to say. *coughs* And here is Taleweaver, talking about Unreal Tournament III!

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