"As a happy Vita owner, it saddens me that Sony needed to drop the price of the device before good sales became a regularity. To me, $250 was fair, even if the memory cards are a bit on the high end. (I don’t really do digital, but that stings people who do.) Reality isn’t always what we want it to be, and the machine spent the first 14 months of its Japanese life selling poorly.
"With a price cut and highly anticipated game launches at the end of February, followed by several key software launches, it’s no surprise that the Vita had a great March. The rest of the Spring, however, might be the real test for Sony’s second handheld. It was those[times with no game releases] when things would dip down to embarrassingly low levels. April and May present such situations." -Hindman of PSLS