MasonicGamer.com - It’s only been a few months since the Western World got their hands on Sony’s shiny new portable system, and already, people are preparing for its funeral. In fact, worries began appearing shortly after its launch in Japan, with weekly sales quickly entering a downward spiral that still hasn’t reversed. By the end of February, soon after the system appeared in the US, Europe, and Australia, Worldwide sales stood at 1.2 million; by the end of March, only 600,000 more had made their way into the hands of gamers.
Many are calling the Vita “dead”, and lamenting Sony for not pushing harder on studios to get major titles out. But is it too early to start pointing fingers and placing blame?