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Holiday 2013 Gamer’s Guide Part 3: PlayStation Vita

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Author’s Note: This is a continuing series through the month of December. If you have not read Part 2 of the series, you can do so by clicking here.

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Now that the turkey’s gone, everyone survived Black Friday and the relatives have gone back home, (at least for a few weeks) the 2013 holiday season is in full swing. And with the releases of so many new consoles this year, chances are you’re going to have more than a few gamers on your list this year. But if you’re stuck for ideas on which games to stick under the tree and which games to avoid, this Holiday 2013 Gamer’s Guide will help set you on the right path.

We’re continuing our look at handheld games by checking out the PlayStation Vita. One of the more innovative handhelds out there, it may not have gotten a lot of buzz at first, but one year later with a full library of solid titles, it’s definitely worth a look this holiday season. And at just $200, it makes for a great gift for gamers on a budget at well. But unlike some of the other systems we’ve looked at, the PS Vita has some games that definitely aren’t for everyone. So parents, if you’re thinking of getting the Vita for your kids, make sure you pay close attention to the ratings on the box. Remember, anything rated M for Mature should not be given to anyone younger than 17.


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