Sony has revealed the PlayStation Vita box (ooh) and descriptions of all launch applications (aah).
The box, cardboard, has a swirly, two-toned blue pattern.
On the pictured PlayStation Vita screen you'll see some beguiling but friendly icons. Let's decipher them together, using the European PlayStation blog's key.
Welcome Park (the hand pointing at numbers 1, 2, 3) - Mini-games to get you to know the Vita
Party (little man with headset) - Assemble a group of eight people to text, voice and cross-game chat with
PlayStation Store (shopping bag) - Buy things for money
Group Messaging (speech bubble) - Send updates, pictures to friends
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