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Sony will take the PlayStation Vita out on the road ahead of the device's launch in February 2012, offering British gamers the chance to try before they buy.

Attendees to the various "Vita Rooms" will have access to titles such as Uncharted: Golden Abyss, FIFA 12, Reality Fighters, MotorStorm RC, ModNation Racers: Road Trip, Little Deviants, Escape Plan, Super Stardust and Wipeout 2048.

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There will be staff on hand to assist, as well as guest appearances from developers.

The initiative begins in Manchester on 13 January 2012, where it will run for five days before heading off to other cities, including Glasgow, Birmingham and London.

For further information, keep your eyes peeled on the PlayStation Access Facecrack feed. ®

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