Here are a few facts that we have established concerning the PS Vita – it will be region-free (although that means the burden of learning a new language now lies in your hands), it will come with an external battery pack, and it has been confirmed to roll out this coming December 17th in Japan. You can add another item to the bucket list – the PS Vita will be able to communicate with its older cousin, the PSP, via ad-hoc mode.

This means early adopters to Sony’s latest portable console need not worry about not being able to communicate with one another, thansk to the Wi-Fi Ad-Hoc mode. You can even download similar games on either machine, enjoy a session of gaming in ad-hoc mode after that followed by downing a pint of booze. Too bad there just aren’t too many ad-hoc games which are available to those living Stateside compared to Japan.

Will you be an early adopter of the PS Vita?

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