"Ever since the PlayStation Vita released roughly a year ago, we've seen people complain about the high prices of memory cards."
Glad to see the price is FINALLY dropping on memory cards.
I don't know why anyone would disagree, unless they just like to purchase things at exorbitant prices.
Maybe they meant to agree, but accidentally clicked Disagree?
@admiralvic That happened to me many times , so I can confirm that.
That is what I paid for my 2 - 16 gig cards at launch its a good price very rare to see this other than on Ebay
Still too expensive. At the present time $29.99 should be the price for 32gb.
Yeah but it's something at least
Just picked one up. I've been holding out until the 32 gb hits about 50 bucks. This was a pretty good deal for me as I used a bunch of reward zone points I have got from Facebook polls. 11 bucks is a good deal for this :) Thanks for he heads up Admiralvic
If you weren't aware, you SHOULD (if you did most of the Facebook polls) get another $10 dollar voucher back from another facebook promotion. Till the 29th (I think) you can get a $10 dollar voucher back for spending $10 dollars. Bunch of limits, but this should be included, which makes it an even better deal.
Why are they so expensive..
even 16GB is not that big when games can be 3-4GB..
Fair point, though I believe Blazblue is only 3.4 GB and is the largest known Vita game (could be a larger JP one or a newer one few people know of), so thats quite aways from the 4 gb you claim. Most Vita games are 1 - 2 gb, which still isn't a lot with 16 gb, but plenty for the average person out there. Especially when you consider a lot of people on N4G don't support digital downloads, so most of that space will just be free Plus games / PSN releases.
I have noticed Bestbuy makes a lot of site price errors. Says it's true just weird the 8GB cost the same. I guess it could be spring sales.
Is this online and retail?
16 is too small even my 32 is filled
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