The second firmware update for the PS Vita has been released in Japan, so make sure you're fully charged if you've got an import model. It's only a small one, fixing a bug that stops certain 3G SKUs from being able to read SIM cards.
The Vita is finally out in the United States next month, and I have to say that I'm pretty stoked. It's going to have a looking stick, an Internet, and ten graphics. It is also powered by an authentic daemon's heart. I'm excited to finally be able to drag my sweaty hands across the thing.
So excited, in fact, that I didn't even make any sarcastic firmware jokes this time!
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