Amish_Gramish wrote:Many of the games they have shown are set to launch in February, so that's one reason for the lackluster sales. The success of the PSP is hampering sales, just like the PS2 with the PS3. (This is why Nintendo and Microsoft destroy their old consoles - in order to sell more of the new ones.)
I, personally, think the price is amazing! (For the U.S.) In Japan, it's pretty much like $325, and Europe is something like $375. Europe is due to taxes and such, though.
As for games? Not really many exclusives (SoundShapes is AMAZING!!!!), but there are a lot of great titles:
I'm probably going to have to keep switching around between US and Japanese accounts, though. One account isn't going to stop me! It's the same with the PSP.
It took me three years to finally buy a MS Duo, and about a year for the M2. I'll probably buy the 32GB within a year, especially if I finally start making cash on Forex.
Nights wrote:Its one account per PSV. If you want to log on another (say, switch between JP and NA accounts), you have to take the handheld back to factory specs.
And if you want to save your game at all...you have to have a memory card.
No memory card, no saving. Oh, and they don't include one in the box...so you have to go purchase it yourself.
The price is still quite high. 250 and 300 are the prices for the console, which is as expensive (or more) than a new PS3. Compared to other regions, I guess...but I still am only living in the US lol.
Magnum wrote:I'm going to the NYC Vita Meetup next Tuesday. Can't wait to try out that beautiful system myself! I'll be sure to post some impressions then.
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