The new Vita bundle is retailing for $299.99, it comes with: 3G/Wifi Vita (MSRP 299.99) 4GB memory card (MSRP 19.99) Unit 13 voucher (26.99 on the PS store) PS+ 1 year voucher (50.00 MSRP) ----------------------------------- Total MSRP: $396.97
So that's a "savings" of $96.98, and yet Sony somehow feels that it's OK to advertise it as over $99 in savings.
#2Rolen74Posted 11/29/2012 6:27:26 PM
I would guess that they are valuing Unit 13 at it's retail physical game price. --- Milk-a-whaaaaaaaaa!?
#3Enigma149Posted 11/29/2012 6:28:32 PM
I would guess that they are valuing Unit 13 at it's retail physical game price.
Either this, or we now know where mathemagics comes from. --- 3DS:4897-5935-1924; PS3 sold in anticipation of PS4. If you added CrimsonEnigma, I no longer use the account. 'Your opinion does not matter.' -DesperateMonkey
Actually Unit 13 had a price drop to $20 I thought. Also, they could be including the online pass --- "Fools set the rules in this world. Just take a look around. It's Undeniable." Self Proclaimed Matt of your board
#6AceAndJunpeiPosted 11/29/2012 6:31:10 PM
Sailor Goon works for their PR department...it's obvious now;0) --- Now Playing:AC3(360), NSMB U (WiiU), Zero Escape (3DS), Jet Set Radio (Vita)
#7Abiz_Posted 11/29/2012 6:33:15 PM
From: Enigma149 | #003
Either this, or we now know where mathemagics comes from.
Thought the music industry made mathemagics with the 1 billion dollar mp3 player. --- Interestingly enough, video game companies used to be able to make money without selling out like cheap prostitutes.-KaiserWarrior
#8RotuhiiriPosted 11/29/2012 6:36:38 PM
Unit 13 was $35.99 until 2 days ago but that still wouldn't have made it $99 in total savings but more. --- The only game the PSP and Vita needs in America: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-glxPmxMDY