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PS Vita Gets “Playstation Plus” on Nov.19, 2012

The important part of the press release announcing Playstation Plus for Vita is right here:

“PlayStation®Plus (PS Plus), the premium membership from PlayStation®Network (PSN), will expand its Instant Game Collection to include support  for PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) in North America beginning on November 19, 2012.  PS Plus members will receive six titles to play on PS Vita in addition to the 12 games currently available for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) system, all for less than $5/month (based on a 12 month membership). PS Plus is expanding as part of the PS Vita System Software Update (version2.00), which will add other new features that enhance the overall gaming and entertainment experience on the PS Vita system.”

If you want to read some more details on the firmware update (fixes, enhanced performance), please keep reading:

Beyond PlayStation Plus, PS Vita System Software Update (version2.00) will strengthen the PS Vita platform by adding a host of new features and enhancements.

Highlights include:
· PS Vita users will be able to check read and send email directly from PS Vita**
Content Management
· PS Vita users will be able to wirelessly transfer content between PS Vita and PC in addition to browsing folders on PS3™/PC and copying them to PS Vita
Settings for PSone classics
· PS Vita users will be able to assign controller buttons to touchscreen, rear touch pad and buttons with select games on the PS Vita system
· Custom screen mode option for flexible screen size adjustment
Web Browser
· Enhanced performance of the web browser along with improved support of HTML 5 and JavaScript
· PS Vita users will have the ability to “Tweet” web page addresses

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