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TGS: Is the New Vita an Improvement?

US Gamer - Sony only announced its new PlayStation Vita model a week ago, but already a demo unit or two has trickled out into the wild, showing up in the storefront of a random gaming shop in Tokyo's Akihabara district. Therefore, checking it out in person unexpectedly ended up being my first "appointment" for this year's Tokyo Game Show.

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Donnieboi1494d ago

If they lower the price considerably, then who cares if it isn't as colorful of a screan. People who were never gonna buy a Vita would now buy one. So they're not missing out on anything by getting the slimmer model if they never planned on getting one before. Problem solved.

thehobbyist1493d ago

The screen has no issues. Oh no the color is a little bit different! It's not like it's a different resolution and it still holds it's pseudo-HD look.

miyamoto1494d ago

there are 3 choices now

1 ps vita 1000 $175-$199
2 ps vita 2000 $ 175 -$199
3 ps vita tv $80-$95

nevin11493d ago (Edited 1493d ago )

Memory Card prices are still a issue.

thehobbyist1493d ago

Not really. The PS VITA TV comes with an 8gb card from what I've seen. The PS VITA 2000 model comes with 1gb of in-built memory so you can get a good 2-5 physical games in without buying a card. Doesn't seem like there's a problem to me. And for right now the Walking Dead bundle comes with a 4gb card with the game loaded onto it. Which leaves like 2.5 gigs free.

knifefight1493d ago (Edited 1493d ago )

thehobbyist:
Something not being a problem TO YOU doesn't mean it's not a problem to other people ;)

I promise you there are a lot of folks turned off my the mem card prices.