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Sony Details How to Get PS Vita Early with the First Edition Bundle
Sony Director of Hardware Marketing John Koller has shared details today on how to get the PS Vita First Edition bundle early!
To quote: Hey PlayStation Vita fans! How would you like to get your hands on PS Vita one week before the official release date of February 22nd?
After last Tuesday's announcement of the PS Vita launch date, we are excited to bring more PS Vita news your way with the introduction of the PS Vita First Edition bundle.
We've decided to give our most loyal fans an opportunity to own a PS Vita before everyone else. For a limited time in the U.S. and Canada, the PS Vita First Edition bundle will be pre-sold at select retail locations, starting today.
The U.S. bundle includes a PS Vita 3G + Wi-Fi model, a limited edition case, 4GB PS Vita Memory Card, and Little Deviants game for $349.99 (MSRP). The Canadian bundle includes a Wi-Fi model, a limited edition case, 4GB PS Vita Memory Card, and Little Deviants game for $299.99 (MSRP). Best of all, you can pick up the PS Vita First Edition Bundle on February 15, 2012, so this is your chance to play before everyone else.
With PS Vita, the world is in play. PS Vita is the next generation portable entertainment system, providing interaction with the world around you. Unlike any other handheld device ever designed, PS Vita provides all new ways to play, including a complete, socially connected experience with the biggest and best games.
From the beautiful, highest resolution front touch screen and rear touch pad, to the dual analog sticks, motion sensors and dual cameras, PS Vita will offer all new ways to engage and play your favorite games.
With both 3G and Wi-Fi support, you can stay connected with your PSN friends and social apps, while enjoying location-based gaming. And with select games, you'll even be able to connect and play against PS3 owners, a feature that is only possible on PlayStation platforms.
Included with the PS Vita First Edition bundle is a copy of Little Deviants, which is a series of madcap adventures that allow you to have fun discovering and experimenting with the new PS Vita functions including rear touch and front touch, six-axis motion sensors, front and rear cameras and microphone.
Little Deviants also offers an augmented reality shooter experience that lets players move around the real world firing shots and dodging enemies.
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10-28-2011 #2HACKDEPS3 Guest
not worth buying
10-28-2011 #3elser1 Guest
so only usa n canada.. i really hate how sony does this crap.. why can't it be all the world same time for everything.. don't people in other countries matter sony?
probably won't buy one anyways.. never liked hand held games much except for the old nintendo double screen games like donkey kong and squish and them...
10-28-2011 #4adrianc1982 Guest
You'd be amazed how much gaming you can get out of a portable console when you have a desk job. I work at home and got hours and hours of gaming out of my nintendo ds in my spare time in front of my computer.
Instead of losing time with facebook, youtube, or twitter I was gaming and having a blast. The ability to just freeze the game and resume it within seconds is something you dont get out of a full console (unless you paused the game and dont worry about your consoles life and energy consumption).
But anyway first adopters get screwed most of the time and doesn't seem like a good deal right now the ps vita.
10-28-2011 #5HeyManHRU Guest
I still think Nintendo's Gameboy was the best game held console of all time. The PSVita with WiFi and 3G will cost $450 here in Australia, I'm better of buying a new PS3 or a 360 for about the same price.
10-28-2011 #6flaxjef Guest
Why soooo expensive??
For this money I can almost buy a Wii and a Xbox 360.
10-28-2011 #7moja Guest
True. You guys are closer to Japan than we are. I suppose they cater first to the [according to them] quickest markets to establish a footprint - Americans will buy almost anything.
10-28-2011 #8Bartholomy Guest
Well, yeah, we are near japan (me a lil more maybe) and i'm surprised why Usa and not Japan, (as usual) for a First Edition..
10-28-2011 #9barrybarryk Guest
Japan gets the Vita on December 17th, apparently it's region free too so any early adopters will probably just import them.
10-28-2011 #10Bartholomy Guest
I meant a Special offer before the official release Well ye, but still not clear if japanese 3g version can give problems, locked for DoCoMo and Softbank (japanese telephone companies for 3g). Uhm.. 3g in japan use different frequencies from other countries..