Playstation Vita will be coming early to North America
If you are excited for the upcoming Vita launch and live in North America, Sony has a surprise for you. With the recent announcement that the Vita will be available on February 22nd, it has come to light that the first bundles being offered will not only get you a memory car and game at a discounted price, but they will also arrive a week ahead of the official release!
Wait a tick... That means the U.S. can only get the 3G model as a bundle?! I have never wanted to be Canadian as much as I do right now. The article also mentions that the bundle will only be sold through select retailers, which at this time appears to be Amazon, but it could come to other retailers later this year. If you want to get one now though, feel free to click the link below.
Cause it's the Wi-Fi only model. We don't have a company stupid enough to cover the 3G for the Vita, so hurray Canadians actually getting something better than US :P.
If they did a Wi-Fi only model bundle I very well might pre-order it right away. I know I'm going to buy one so might was well get it early with some extra free stuff. I'm super excited to play some games on an OLED screen and watch some movies/shows on it. I feel like people are totally missing how awesome OLED screens are. I'll take an OLED screen over a 3D screen any day.
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Playstation Vita , how long will this come to China!!!! Never, AT SPSX I beleve never!
I hate AT&T. >_>
Yes have fun with AT&T
You get a free memory car?:D Must be some new hybrid:)
We get the PS Vita early, but we don't get Xenoblade at all. Japan hates us.
Becasue theres is only the Wi-Fi model and ours is the 3G model. You know the one your not going to get.
GSP: "Sony, I am very imprezzed by your performance".
so... does it also include the cost and signal coverage areas for the AT&T 3G service as well?
I don't think the 3G model is the only thing the U.S. can get in a bundle... That has to be some sort of miss information on Sony's part.
What in the heck?! Why does Canada get it cheaper?