Barring a tiny group of exceptions, video games are not realistic in the least. Everybody complaining about how Guitar Hero was nothing like playing a real guitar should also consider that Phoenix Wright games don't have you spend the entire game negotiating unclear language on a divorce settlement.
So naturally, Nippon Ichi's PS Vita-exclusive 20th anniversary title Special Reporting Division is nothing like being a real journalist. Hell, I'm barely a real journalist, and a video game about my work would consist of sitting at the computer in pajamas eating Fudge Stripes and watching Master Chef while cruising the internet for news--Special Reporting Division is certainly more exciting than the real thing, with players working in a TV news studio, setting up broadcasts, and piecing together stories.
These new screens show off some of the dialogue and reports, with your chillaxin' producer, surprisingly young (and fiery) director, and curvy newscaster among others as they deal with unexplained fires and an investigation into an alleged military communications system. Also, the director seems to be seducing/cajoling some poor kid at a convenience store into giving her cheap beer.
I'm getting real Phoenix Wright or Hotel Dusk vibes from this game--that's a good thing. Funny how a visual novel-style adventure is the thing to make me want a Vita. What about you? Would you be willing to step into the shoes of an assistant director and get to work in Special Reporting Division?