Five years later, PlayStation Vita is still my favorite little console

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I can’t wish the PlayStation Vita a happy fifth birthday because it’s been dead for a while now. The portable console has become a safe haven for indie games and Japanese visual novels, but third-party developers like Ubisoft and Electronic Arts along with Sony itself have reduced their Vita support to a smattering of annual cash-grabs. Yet every month when I pack for a flight, my Vita feels very much alive.

My Nintendo 3DS and iPad offer new games, though I typically prefer passing long trips by sifting through my Vita backlog. I’m at varying points in the lengthy stories of the platform’s many fantastic role-playing games. Some flights I pick at Persona 4 Golden, others I sink a couple hours into Odin Sphere Leifthrasir. I rarely make…

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