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Worth dashing out to snatch up a Vita if you don’t already have one?
For Skype alone, probably not — if you Skype, you probably do so already from either a smartphone or computer.
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You can pause a game or app, slide over to Skype, make a call, then slide back to whatever you were playing or doing.
The PSP, you’ll recall, already had Skype, but that version was feature-limited — namely, you couldn’t make video calls, in part because the PSP had no inbuilt camera, but also in part because Sony and Skype never got around to supporting the snap-in PSP camera Sony released in 2010 (in the U. (MORE: Did the PS Vita Show Too Much of Its Game Face at Launch?
) With Skype on the PS Vita, Manrique Brenes, a senior director at Skype, says the company is “taking another step towards our ultimate goal of making Skype video calling available on every platform, all over the world, and meeting the demands of existing Play Station users to offer video on a gaming console.” No, Brenes doesn’t mean the Play Station 3 when referring to “a gaming console” — Sony’s angle from the get-go has been that the Vita counts as one, too. It wasn’t available to download yet while I was tying this story up, but Sony notes that it’ll work on either the 9 Wi-Fi or 9 Wi-Fi and 3G versions of the Vita, which makes it the first viable Play Station-based videophone that’ll function anywhere you have Wi-Fi or access to AT&T-based 3G.
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