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|NeXT mini |
The NeXT mini in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita.
|Initial Release Date||MediaTouch v1.0|
October 11, 2012
|Latest Update||February 4, 2013|
|Level||The T-Games NeXT Mini - LBPVitas first portable media player!|
The NeXT mini (formally MediaTouch) is a media console developed by Billy Anderson and licensed by T-Games in LittleBigPlanet PS Vita. It was released October 11, 2012 and remains the only multimedia console on the platform.
Originally released independently by Anderson as MediaTouch, it was later adopted by GameEx and re-branded to NeXT mini in 2013.
NeXT mini reads proprietary Collections as its content disks, whch can store up to 100 pieces of assorted Media, including Music, Picture, Game, Cut-scene and Other.
The NeXT mini's main engine processes were not modified during the transition from MediaTouch, and therefore still maintains the ability to read MediaTouch and MusicTouch Cartridges. It remains the only T-Games console with the default ability to be compatible with an unrelated console line.