Taking a look at Sony's interesting idea of releasing the Vita one week early to eager customers in North America. Is it a smart way to create advocates or will it merely muddy the system's important first week sales figures?
Not gonna happen
My wifi model is already paid in full. Played the demo setup in gamestop today and other felt great and the games look beautiful on it. those who are hating are bloody idiots imo.
I wants one, I do. I would have paid to get one early if there was an RPG at launch ORif the bundle had 32G Memory card and it didn't have to be 3G. As it is, the first RPG isn't out till April so I can wait till then unless a really nice bundle shows up before then.
I picked up my first edition bundle this morning. I haven't been this excited for anything in a long, long time. It's worth every cent.
I agree with you, I'm picking up mine later this evening and I haven't been this excited for a handheld in a long time, I want to say since the DS, because we are actually getting something new and revolutionary in the handheld market imo
I do not want a Vita. It's no doubt an impressive system. Handhelds just aren't for me. Is that so hard? I don't think people, reasonable people mind you, are upset by the fact that I don't want a Vita. As I convey my thoughts on it as opposed to calling it "garbage" or "fail".(btw I understand that this is the internet but things can't BE fail. That's just silly) So many people seem to think that if they don't like or want something then it sucks. People should be more positive with their negative feelings. Lol EDIT: I corrected a typo I made with my phone.
Yeah this was just to make extra money which is cool I guess if people can't wait. I know Sony's proprietary memory cards don't even cost anywhere near that much to produce so this was probably a strategy to help them make up the loss they are selling the vita for. As a matter of fact I bet their memory cards are priced the way they are is to make up losses. I bet once the vita is in the green they'll drop memory card prices significantly. Smart move Sony, without out it both version of the vita would've cost atleast $50 to $100 bucks more.
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