And there is even VsVIM (for those that use Visual Studio that actually prefer vim) - it is available for 2012 and later (including both the new Community Edition and the CTP for VS14 - which CAN coexist by-the-by).
So far, Community Edition may well be a 2013 - if not 2014 - Professional killer, for the rather surprising reason that I have seen exactly diddly-squit in the 2014 CTP that 2013 Community lacks (for non-enterprise development) And, rather amusingly, that is quite aside from the one HUNDRED percent discount.
The only real quibble (and even that isn't Visual Studio's fault) is the Hyper-V requirement for the emulators; however, said quibble is exactly that. There are PLENTY of inexpensive CPUs (and APUs, if you prefer AMD) that support Hyper-V - you can bundle a Haswell-based Intel PentiumG-3258 and Z97 ATX motherboard for $99USD at any Micro Center location in the US. (That is *less* than an OEM/System Builder copy of Windows 7 Professional or later, by the by.)