Kotaku - What, you didn't think Sony was going to let a press conference go by without announcing new PlayStation Vita colours, did you? On sale November 15, Sony will be offering Japanese customers the Vita in Cosmic Red and Sapphire Blue.
This is great, But I've never bought a Console, Smartphone, Tablet or any other Gadget in any other Colour than black.
You should try pink dawg It'll look good on u
+1 bubble for you, good sir, for your affinity towards a black PS Vita.
marble blue would look pretty nice. Wonder why colored ps systems are never sold here in the US
Off the top of my head the PSP sold in black, white, silver, red, blue, green, and purple in the US. Sony consoles on the other hand...
I've always like the crisonish red color that sony has on their peripherals. Was hard to tell if it was like that from the live video though. If that was available in the US I would replace my current Vita with it, just because the black one attracts fingerprints like a semi-cute girl attracts fanboys at comic-con.
Sad day for an early adopter like me. I wanted a red one like my old God of War red PSP Slim.
to bad they didn't do this day one, You know when I bought mine. Dear Sony, Please send me free Blue PS Vita, and I will send mine to you.
you can just buy skins off the internet! there are skins even for the PS3 and PSVita.
Goodness no. I'll stick with black, thank you very much.
I want a red Vita, but the White one will do fine for me.
The only color I would consider besides black for a handheld would be a a silver grayish one. Besides that, all the rest of the colors just make it look lame imo.
Black, white, blue, red, purple, spotted, striped whatever...I want more games...TGS is here, where are the games? That show was horrible Vita game wise...
I assume you don't speak Japanese?
Actually I am proud to say I speak 5 languages, and partially speak a few more than that, but Japanese has never been high up on the priority list...
You speak 5 languages? O_o
I speak 5 languages, too, but that's beyond the point and I get what you're saying. This show is JAPAN-FOCUSED, or if you people don't understand that, aimed at the Japanese public with its products. Every year it seems that people expect megatons for the western audience which just doesn't make sense. While we're at the topic, I do speak Japanese and what I saw from people's comments on the stream is that there's a bunch of titles the Japanese are looking forward to. We already have a nice number of games announced, and there will be even more come next year. :)
Disagree central... Fact is...I love this little system. I guess Sony doesn't... Vita needs a price cut. Ports of old PS2/PS3/PSP games will not cut it. As long as PSP dominates the Vita, developers will NOT develop games solely for the Vita. competent competitor to the 3DS, I think not!I and I am not a owner of the 3DS) And a worthy successor to the PSP, NO WAY! It's clear that it's a bust. And believe me I want it to be a winner, but it looks dismal at this time, and I see very little bright spots for it's future, this show showed me the light, the writing is on the wall, face it. Soul sacrifice is a start, but wow, a real downer...
I prefer that classic black. I had a silver PSP and later a white one and they started to look really bad after a while.
Can't go wrong with [mighty] blue!
If the red one came out in the US tomorrow I would buy it.
Tha fuck sony? I dont want to see colours going to the japanese crowd. Hopefully there are some new games. Sony is not the financial genius;) Vita is a product that doesnt get the Return on investment;P From the start there where to less games... It is a shame. * Gets the vita and plays little big planet* good enough
I meant that i am little bit angry about the press conference. We need games like soul sacrifice and tear away. Just saying
Damn they look great. Did I buy mine too early XD
Dammit! Nintendo got me with a red 3DSXL and now Sony might get me with that Sexy Blue Vita!
Dam the Japanese get the best shit. I want the blue one.
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