Posted November 30, 2018 16:04:25 The PlayStation Vita was launched in Japan last year, and its popularity has continued to grow in 2017.
Here’s what you need to know about the handheld gaming system, its players and what’s coming next for the platform.
It’s still growing The PlayStation brand has had some tough times this year, but its success continues to this day.
The PS Vita, like its rivals, has been on a downward spiral ever since Sony announced its demise.
The company’s share price tumbled from a peak of $17.25 to around $13, and Sony has been losing money on its hardware since 2016.
The handheld market, however, is a different beast.
The console market has grown by about 2 million units per month, and the market share of handhelds is growing by about 10% a year.
The PlayStation 2 has had about the same share of the market as smartphones.
And the Vita is doing pretty well, too, according to Gartner’s latest estimate.
Sony is also looking to expand the console business in 2018, which is why it announced the release of the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita Pro in the same year.
Those two devices, though, are not going to make up the vast majority of sales for Sony.
Sony also expects to sell the PS Vita and PS Vita Pro separately in 2018.
It plans to release the PlayStation Vita Classic in early 2019.
The Vita is still one of the best handhelds out there The PS Vita and PS VITA Pro are the best-selling handhelds on the market, according a recent Gartners report.
It also reported that the Vita’s sales jumped about 10%, from 1.1 million units in December 2017 to 1.6 million units this year.
That’s a big jump for a handheld that has been around for less than a year and hasn’t had a major update since January 2017.
Vita sales have been growing each month since then, though.
And those growth numbers will continue to grow.
Vita hardware sales have doubled every month since November, according the Gart, and that includes a major boost from the Vita Classic.
Sony has also continued to invest in the Vita as it has the PS3, but the handheld’s sales are still only a fraction of what they were a year ago.
The hardware business is still in its infancy, but it’s definitely a big step up from the PS 3.
The system has a lot of great games The Vita’s games are a big part of its appeal.
The best games on the system include Dark Souls III, Uncharted 4, Splatoon, Rocket League and more.
They’re all good.
The only thing I’m not too fond of is the “best-selling game” tag, though: The PlayStation 4 is not necessarily the best system for every game, and you’ll never find a game that everyone wants.
The same goes for the Vita, too.
But Sony still has a few really great titles.
I’ve always liked the idea of a handheld gaming machine that could be a gaming console, and I think that it has something to offer.
So, here’s what I think of the system’s games: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – 4.5/5 Dark Souls 3: The Art of the Kill – 4/5 Rocket League – 4 This list may seem a bit biased to the PS4.
It takes a while for a system to really hit its stride, and it takes time to get used to the game selection on the PlayStation system.
But the PS V2 was a huge step forward from the original PS Vita.
So much of what I love about the PS 4 is what the Vita was missing.
So many games, in fact, that you could argue that the PS5 will never be the same.
You can play games offline and on the go It’s true that playing games offline is a big benefit of the PS 5.
But playing games online is even better.
You’ll be able to connect to friends and play your games from anywhere.
The feature works with both the PSVita and the PS Classic.
And it works with other online gaming platforms like Steam, which means you’ll be getting access to the best games online.
The Vita can handle the most demanding games on your home network The PlayStation VITa is one of Sony’s newest consoles.
The device is still small, with a 4.3-inch screen and a 2.1GHz processor.
But it does have some of the most powerful hardware on the planet.
It supports 1080p resolution on both the OLED and OLED touch screens, and HDR is on by default.
The OLED screen has been upgraded with a more vibrant and colorful color palette, which makes the screen look a little brighter than its OLED predecessor.
And Sony’s upgraded memory technology has helped to boost battery life.
It was able to hold two hours of playing games at max brightness on the PS