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It seems my plea to Sony to keep supporting its erstwhile handheld, the Vita, went unheard. The company is ending production of its game cards, meaning the slow death of gaming’s least-loved current-gen console finally begins in earnest.
But all is not lost for the Vita. The loss of game cards don’t change anything about the handheld itself, and its strengths will still be there even as support from its parent company dwindles.
The details: According to Kotaku, Sony is ending
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