Looks like Sony may be gearing up to announce a new PS4 bundle that'll include the PS Vita.
Oh Damn,I'm hyped for this PS4 bundle everybody prepare for this! @Ninjas Naruto: Thank you for the Support at N4G Sakura: We are you here? Thank god theirs no Ino, or Karin!
In my opinion... this is something they shoulda had bundled with the ps4 launch. Especially since SONY promotes cross-game playability.
Oh I'm not saying gross to the Bundle, I think this is soemthing that should have happened a while back, though the new Vita model probably was the reason (cut costs even further). I was saying gross to Sasuke
I know he's gotten out of hand. Damn the day they did English voice-overs for Naruto.
I never liked Ino. Karin is a bigger slut than Sakura. I like that.
I have not purchase my ps4 yet (I always wait until my birthday after its initial release to get it.) So this bundle works as I also want a ps VITA, but I was the original with the OLED display and not the LCD that the 2000 now has.
I have one of the new ones...don't worry, the screen still looks great...and I am ok with it not looking QUITE as good, since it has significantly better battery life AND can be charged with a standard USB micro plug instead of a proprietary charger. Worth the trade off, IMHO.
I've had both and I like the LCD better. It has way more natural colors. Many think the OLED looks better but higher saturation doesn't equal better. Think of an HDTV, if you turn the contrast really high it looks more colorful and vibrant but nowhere near accurate. Other than the perks already mentioned OLED tends to get blotches(which I've experienced on my old vita when it goes black), and has a shorter life expectancy.
The OLED screen is awesome. Blacks are black and colours aren't faded and crisp. If the colours do look too saturated then it the developers fault for having them at that setting. But like jnemesh said, there are some good trade offs. Edit: True about the blotches. You can see them clearly in a dark room but only when the entire screen is black which only happens while loading up games. Edit: Also the OLED Vita is pretty much unusable outside in daylight. Not sure what the LED Vita is like.
one thing everyone fails to mention is that the oled vita can be played at any angle, the lcd has to be stood up straight infront of your face.
Really? I own the the first PSVITA and i think the new one looks a lot better, it's more compact and i heard it has a longer battery life. Also the LCD screens last longer than the OLEDs and they also don't burn or have line/spot stains like my vita i currently have, the screen on my PSP from 2005 is still looking good. You have nothing to worry about.
Wonder if this will be heading to Canada
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Haha! It will happen after all! I'll take it!
Nice makes sense with the Vita 2000 model, save some money on those OLED screens. makes the Vita more relevant too.
What amazon is this on??
800 Bucks? I really do not see this selling well.
It's probably a place holder price.
It won't be. At most it will probably be $599 with ps+ thrown in.
I can understand it being at 600. But at 800...... I'm not seeing it.
Well a PS4 is 400 euros here in Belgium and other countries in Europe (including tax) so an added 180 euros with a PSvita will probably be somewhat correct, especially if it includes some cross-buy game(s). And looking into how a PS4 is still so difficult to get this bundle will definitely sell boosting Vita sales too.
The conversion really isn't that simple. The PS4 is 399 Euros at the moment and it is $399. It is more likely to be $600 than 800 but I doubt this is really proof
needs to be $499, any higher is just retarded on sony's part. mine as well buy a ps4/vita at the store and just 'bundle' it urself.
I figured this would eventually happen... Makes perfect sense to bundle them together.. This will definitely help get more Vitas into the wild...
Anyone else think this is the last run Sony is doing for the vita? Also,has there been any mention of a Last of Us bundle.?
Sony will support vita as long as ps4 is still alive and kicking. Whether we get a bunch more games? Who knows, a $150 vita and lower priced cards would sell vitas but would lose sony money. Maybe with ps4 making them profit they'll let vita eat some of it. I'm certain sony won't be discontinueing the device.
I gave you an agree on accident. Sony would not have put so much effort into having the Vita work with the PS4 if they were gonna axe it, so that's not happening. And before anybody brings up the PSP Go, that's rather different, since it was never the successor to the PSP.
honestly the vita is a loss that sony should just give up on..it was a mistake releasing a handheld.
@AutoCad Totally disagree. I was on the fence for a long time deciding whether I wanted to buy a vita. Finally got one a month before the ps4 and this little bad boy works hand in hand with the ps4. I regret buying a lot of electronics like the first generation nook, nexus 7 and etc but I have never regretted buying a Vita (I got my whole final fantasy collection on this thing)
as much as i like this, for Sony to do this the Vita is definetly bombing. I love my launch vita :)
I am hoping this does really well, I REALLY want to see developers take advantage of the Vita and offer 2nd screen functionality (ala WiiU) in games!
This will be announced at E3 I have no doubt at all. Something like this concerning the system has to happen.
If it's a success then we will see more decent VITA Games released in the US. As of now, I've been interested in Japanese import VITA games. I already own Jump VS Victory, but I'm going to order these imports for my VITA next... 1: Akibas Trip 2: To Love Ru http://youtu.be/ZEqkZ-NEVDE 3: Phantom Breaker http://youtu.be/bfe0kn3oJdE
499€ would be a better price.
The price is high but that's still a kick ass bundle.
I'd be all over that bundle if the price is right.
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