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Sony asks the world what PSVita peripherals it wants


7:00 PM on 08.14.2011
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The Japanese community site for the PlayStation Vita has been hosting a series of surveys, of which included a recent survey asking what non-gaming apps readers wanted to see. The newest survey asks the community what peripherals they would like to see. A few of the responses have requested a UMD drive, a cradle with HDMI out, a compact full keyboard and a grip adapter with an extra battery inside.

If you would like to tell Sony directly, you can do so here. You'll probably need to know how to speak Japanese and you have until August 17th to let them know.  So what peripherals would guys want to see for the Vita?

Sony Wants to Know What PlayStation Vita Peripherals You Want [andriasang.com]






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