Getting the Vita off Life Support

Dustin Spencer writes:

"The PS Vita was released earlier this year to fantastic reviews from critics everywhere, as it is indeed one of the most powerful handhelds ever made. Since then, over 3 million units have sold. You would think that would be a good thing, but in this day and age, that number is well below average for a new system and the only one to blame for the recent staleness in the Vita market is Sony themselves.

I know, I know, it has just been 6 months and we all know what a rocky start the 3DS had, but Sony doesn’t really seem to have a smart gameplan with with Vita thus far, which is a bit worrysome considering how important the first year is for any type of new platform. That needs to change, and if Sony are listening, here are some tips on how to get the Vita to stick around all throughout this next generation."

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futurefrog1930d ago ShowReplies(3)
discordman1930d ago

The Vita needs something to save it.

S_C1929d ago

Great bit of kit but i'm thinking about trading it in

PopRocks3591930d ago (Edited 1930d ago )

Price drop on the system and its memory cards and some games that I can't already buy on the PS3. That'll do it for me.

tubers1929d ago

if in the US, get it now at Fry's (or price match at other stores).. for 199.99!

so you could get a 16 GB VITA system for under 250 bucks!

That's pretty good ATM.

PopRocks3591928d ago (Edited 1928d ago )

I don't generally shop at Fry's.

KingOptimusOrigin1111930d ago (Edited 1930d ago )

"Get These Types Of Articles Off This Site." - Fixed

masterabbott1930d ago

i say price drop is much needed and more rpg's and include memory card with the vita same way the 3ds gives a 4gb card for free when you buy it.

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