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Post by Eorl @ 03:43am 21/08/13 | 4 Comments
Sony has finally announced an official price drop to their PlayStation Vita handheld, revealing that gamers on-the-go in North America can now expect to see the handheld priced at just US$199, and €199 in Europe.

We're expecting a similar price movement for the Australian RRP too, but we're still waiting to hear from Sony's local contingent.

It wasn't just the portable console that will be seeing a cut in price, as Sony also promised to cut down on their proprietary memory card pricing. We'll have more as it comes to hand but for now you can check out Sony's Gamescom 2013 livestream over here where many are expecting the announcement of Sony's next-gen console, the PlayStation 4.

Update: Sony Australia has now confirmed that new local Australian pricing for the PlayStation Vita has been set at AU$269.95 .



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groganus
Posted 11:10am 21/8/13
I have to wonder if this price drop is due to a push towards consumers using PS Vita for cross platform play with PS4 or if a new revised version of the PS Vita is around the corner.

I've been waiting for a good price drop before buying one, even at $269.95 it feels too much.
paveway
Posted 12:36pm 21/8/13
it is like half the price of a ps4 lul

and the ps4 isn't s***** hand held thing
ravn0s
Posted 12:43pm 21/8/13
I have to wonder if this price drop is due to a push towards consumers using PS Vita for cross platform play with PS4 or if a new revised version of the PS Vita is around the corner.


i would say it's the former. also it wouldn't surprise me if they came out with a ps4/vita bundle within the first year of release.
Khel
Posted 01:12pm 21/8/13
Now all it needs is some games!
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