On the 15th of February, America got their hands on the first PS Vita’s available, the First Edition Bundles. These released with either the selected Wi-Fi or 3G model, alone with a copy of ‘Little Deviants’, and also the slightly overpriced memory card from Sony, this one being only a 4GB one. So it’s nearly been a month from when this bundle was released, and if you haven’t picked one up yet, is now the time?
Depends on what your looking for. Because not much has actually changed from back in February, to now being around the middle of March. It still has the vast array of titles from Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Rayman Origins, to one of my favourites, Wipeout 2048, which makes use of this systems amazing quad-core processor in-built into the system. Pricing stays the same at around £219 for a Wi-Fi edition, but can be found at Amazon UK for £209.99, along with an 8GB card for £20, and a £15 game, all bundled together for £244.99. The games include titles like Rayman Origins, FiFa Football, and Lumines Electronic Symphony. But sadly no Uncharted or Wipeout here.
The only big game to be released since the launch day is ‘Unit 13′, which was available on March 9. But probably didn’t get the launch it wanted since of the other titles like Mass Effect 3, coming out on the same day.
So do you have a PS Vita? You planning on getting one soon? Or you waiting for a price drop just like the rest of us?