The latest of Sony’s free Vita apps is Wake-up Club, which groups users with 11 other randomly-selected PSN members who have chosen the same morning alarm time. Snooze through your alarm and your club members will know your shame immediately. It also tracks your stats and allows you to make friends with your clubbies. Wake-up Club’s been out in Japan for months with favourable impressions from users, and according to the PS Blog, it’s due in the US in the next PlayStation Store update.
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Wake Up Club
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