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PlayStation Vita suffers software issues

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Sony's PlayStation Vita is suffering from numerous software issues, reports from Japan have said.

PlayStation Vita users have reported problems with the machine's touchscreen, while a statement issued on Sony's official Japanese website appears to suggest that the PSP successor is suffering from system crashes and power outages.

According to IGN, the statement loosely translates as: "Recently, we have received many inquiries via the PlayStation Vita Information Centre as well as through normal channels. Depending on time, it may continue to be difficult to contact us over the phone. We're sorry to have caused such an inconvenience.

"As for inquiries regarding the PlayStation Vita, we have tried to make its operation as easy as possible. We've prepared a Q&A below, so before you contact us please consult it."

Q&A for issues frequently encountered by customers:
  • The power cuts out
  • Freezing in mid-operation
  • Cannot connect data service
  • Cannot register a PSN account at the initialisation screen
PlayStation Vita will arrive in North America and Europe on February 22, 2012. Sony has confirmed a launch lineup of 11 titles, which include Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048, MotorStorm RC and Unit 13.

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View images from the PlayStation Vita Japan launch below:

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