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Are you counting down the days until the PlayStation Vita is available? For those not keeping track, it’s 12 days for the First Edition Bundle and 19 days for the standard package.
But if you must get your hands on Sony’s next handheld right now, head on down to your local GameStop as they’ve announced they’re the first retailer to offer Vita demo stations. 3,300 GameStop stores have constructed the demo stations, which contain the following eight games:
- Escape Plan
- Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
- Little Deviants
- FIFA Soccer
- ModNation Racers: Road Trip
- Uncharted: Golden Abyss
- Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition
- Wipeout 2048
To further entice you to purchase the handheld, GameStop plans to sweeten the pot by giving an additional $25 in credit when you trade-in a DS, 3DS or PSP system towards the purchase of a Vita.
With the launch of the PlayStation Vita exactly two months away, Sony has released a detailed outline of the handheld’s launch plans including day one games, launch window games, and prices for every announced peripheral.
As you know, the Vita will be available in three different packages. A “First Edition” bundle will be released on February 15 (which is less than two months away) that includes a carrying case and Little Deviants. February 22 is the official launch day, which will see the release of a Wi-Fi model available for $249.99 and a 3G/Wi-Fi model available for $299.99. All Sony-published launch games will be available on the 15th to support the “First Edition” bundle.
In addition to the system itself, every Vita system includes six Augment Reality Play cards and one voucher to download a handful of augmented reality mini games from the PlayStation Network.
Hit the jump for the complete list of every launch day and launch window game. (more…)
You know how everytime a new system launches, some analyst spouts off about how Nintendo or Microsoft or Sony could have set the price so much higher because early adopters will pay it? Well, Sony has decided to test this theory with the PlayStation Vita.
The Vita First Edition bundle will be released on February 15, 2012, a week earlier than the Vita’s official launch date, and is now available for pre-order in the US and Canada. To get their new Sony handheld a week early, gamers will be charged a $50 premium over the standard packages, though the First Edition bundle will include a bunch of goodies not found in the regular Vita box:
Vita 3G + Wi-Fi First Edition Bundle (US Only): Includes a Vita 3G + Wi-Fi system, a limited edition case, 4GB PS Vita Memory Card, and Little Deviants game. Priced at $349.99 (MSRP).
Vita Wi-Fi First Edition Bundle (Canada Only): Includes a Vita Wi-Fi system, a limited edition case, 4GB PS Vita Memory Card, and Little Deviants game. Priced at $299.99 (MSRP).
I’m just surprised Apple didn’t think of it first.
While the gaming world will be centered on Los Angeles for the next week, the European PlayStation.Blog has the scoop on the biggest games Sony plans to bring to their Next Generation Portable (which may or may not be called the Vita).
Head over to the blog post for interviews with many of the developers behind these games and check out more information on each title after the break: (more…)