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Growing up sucks. Jungle gyms are replaced by cubicles and healthy almonds replace gobs of Gushers. Or something like that. One of the worst things about growing up is that you never seem to have any time left over for yourself. For anything. Including video games, which are sometimes the first thing to go when it’s time to make compromises.
So you have a Vita and love Japanese games. We’ve already shown you how to make a Japanese PSN account and how to reset your Vita region to access the Japanese PSN on a non-Japanese Vita, but why go through all the hassle?
Have you ever wanted to log on to the Japanese PlayStation Network to download some demos or buy a game or two but have given up on the idea because you don’t know how to read Japanese? No problem. Here’s a step-by-step guide that explains how to create a Japanese PSN account, add point card funds to your Japanese PSN wallet, and navigate the newly revamped PlayStation Store.
If you haven’t played Super Hexagon yet, you need to put everything down immediately and do so. Your boss, teacher and parents will understand. Unless you’re a brain surgeon. Please don’t put that scalpel down. It can wait.
So, you’ve got a 3DS and quickly availed yourself of its relatively new stereoscopic video recording capabilities. The work you’ve filmed with Nintendo’s little gaming handheld will melt faces.