Here Is A Video Of The Nico Nico Douga Vita App

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Nico Nico Douga is considered Japan’s answer to Youtube. It is a video streaming site with similar features. The popular site will have an app available for Playstation Vita owners. This will allow Playstation Vita owners watch videos on the site and also post comments. In a 2012 update, one can expect the ability to stream their own gameplay live. Pretty cool, huh. It will be available on the Japanese Playstation Store at launch. Best of all, it is absolutely free to download.

Now, I hope Sony Computer Entertainment America and Europe are bust negotiating with Google to allow a similar app for Youtube to grace the Playstation Vita. Similar features that will be on the Nico Nico Douga app, include live game streaming, is a must for this possible Youtube app. Of course, it would also have to be free to download and access. Or maybe just bring the Nico Nico Douga app overseas, since the 2012 update is a worldwide one.

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