Awakening from my slumber, I pause to look at the handheld at my bedside, its once revolutionary OLED screen now but a coffee coaster. I pick up my 2015 diary and scribble 'No games,' the same message echoed throughout each and every page from start to finish. In the notes section, nothing but a blank space under the title of 'Upcoming Releases.' I drag myself out of bed and consider how I should spend the day. I think of getting the platinum on Golden Abyss for the fifth time in a row, or perhaps downloading a forgotten PSP title, or taking a look at the only Vita release to make it out of Japan alive in the past six months, 'Super Hentai Warriors 3: Onii-Chan Love MAX - Barely Legal Edition.' Within minutes I collapse to the floor and burst into tears, clawing at my face until I bleed. This is my life now. This is my curse. This is the destiny of a Vita gamer... Of course, this is all nonsense. As someone who actively plays my Vita far more than any of my other systems, I simply NEED the Vita in my life, and I'm guessing that many of you also share my sentiment. I play it almost every day, even at work, and I feel like I've transitioned into a full-on handheld fanatic. So it often gets to me when the system is continually referred to as 'dead' in the gaming community by those who are convinced that the system just isn't getting any games besides the odd indie release. I see people claim that there'd need to be more exclusives on the system before they bought it, while simultaneously crying foul when exclusives come to the system and aren't playable on their preferred platform. I see people scoffing at GOTY videos, saying they're surprised the Vita even had 5 games to nominate. No games. And yet, my collection keeps growing. Do I think the software line-up could have been better? Sure. It would've certainly been nice to see more effort on Sony's part, and to have had certain studios working specifically on Vita titles, just like Ready At Dawn did during the PSP era. But even with that taken into account, I still absolutely love my Vita. So what do you think about this treatment that the Vita receives? Is it justified at all? What experiences have you had with dissenters when talking about the Vita? Do you play your Vita as much as your other systems? Do you own no games at all? I just thought this would be an interesting subject.