Kahlief Adams

Kahlief was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. As an avid technophile and lover of all things video games. He set his career path in the direction of a life making games until he found out his arch nemesis, “Math,” had other plans in store. So instead of making the next Tetris he found himself writing and talking about games on his website The Spawn Point Blog and Spawn On Me. Check out what I'm blabbering about over @kahjahkins on Twitter. PSN = KAHJAH1 XBL=KAHJAHKINS

  • Shareef

    I’m most surprised about the weight – lighter than an iPhone? That’s unbelievable, especially since I’m guessing they are trying to pack some serious battery so that you don’t have to repeatedly charge.

    I still don’t see how it can be a game changer though. The PSP was successful and I don’t see how this will have any different impact than that did.

    January 19, 2012 at 4:26 pm
    • I would say it felt lighter in comparison to my phone but it may be around the same weight. I was very surprised how it felt without it feeling cheap or flimsy. Game change always comes in the form of software in my opinion, they have great hardware to work with and it being region free might be the thing needed to take it to the next level. Hopefully they don’t go the shovel ware route because it has a touch screen.

      January 19, 2012 at 4:59 pm
  • Brunilda

    luv ur blog…the psp vita looks and feels awesome, i know i shouldn’t b debating to get it or not but man its rough (lol). will think about it for my birthaday, but thanx for the info.

    January 30, 2012 at 4:32 pm
    • Thank you so much for stopping in and for your comments. I totally agree with your thoughts about the Vita, If Sony can bring great games to market then the Vita will be a mobile powerhouse for sure. Please follow us here and on twitter and FB and spread the love.

      January 30, 2012 at 6:15 pm

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