Thinking of finally getting a Vita.....

#1FFFanatic1234Posted 1/9/2014 3:52:15 PM
What size memory card do you guys recommend?

Also, what would be a good game or two to get for it?
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#2FFFanatic1234(Topic Creator)Posted 1/9/2014 3:58:21 PM
I already know about P4 Golden. Just wondering what other good things might be for the system.

If I do end up getting a Vita it will be what I play the FF X/X-2 remaster on.
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#3PJB-11Posted 1/9/2014 4:01:20 PM
Honestly, get as big a card as you can afford. There'll be updates, digital-only games, DLC and other optional stuff that will eat up your space. Splash out now and be glad you did later.
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#4INKU48Posted 1/9/2014 4:02:28 PM
Do you have Playstation Plus? Then 32GB and 16GB are your only options.

Do you plan to buy many PS1/PSP games? Then 32GB and 16GB are your only options.

Do you plan to buy many digital Vita games? Then 32GB and 16GB are your only options.

If you plan to go all physical then 8GB is enough I guess. From my experience the bigger the better and you will run out of space even if you do all retail unless you get a big card. I paid $70 for a 32GB card and I haven't regretted it.

As for games:
Ys: Memories of Celceta (action-RPG with fun gameplay and epic boss battles and music)
Tearaway (adventure/platforming in a papercraft world, on the short side)
LilttleBigPlanet (platformer/play-create-share, endless content online)
Persona 4: Golden (life sim/dungeon crawler/RPG, long)
Virtue's Last Reward (sequel to the visual novel 999 on the DS and best played after it)
Soul Sacrifice (Monster Hunting with demons and magic)
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#5FFFanatic1234(Topic Creator)Posted 1/9/2014 4:06:02 PM
I'd probably stick to mostly retail, but there might be a few digital only games I'd want to get. Like Trails Second Chapter. That's going to be a digital PSP release, but I have one of the early PSPs.

16 GB looks good. I could afford to get the 32, but then wouldn't be able to get any games.
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#6HUfan4LPosted 1/9/2014 4:13:15 PM
8gb is good if your going full retail I use 8gb and have done fine i bought one digital game and still have little left plus you can use your content manager which helps you keep space by letting you move your games on to ur computer
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#7Spiffy247Posted 1/9/2014 4:21:31 PM
I will give you my improved list of games I like.


Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention
A really good and deep Strategy RPG that could last you months. It is not the strongest entry in the series, but it is still a great game.

Dragon's Crown
Think of a mix between a sidescrolling beatemup and an RPG. Fun stuff. We have recently gotten a higher level cap and more places to go.

Gravity Rush
One of the stranger games available, but enjoyable. There are very few games like it.

LittleBigPlanet PS Vita
Perfect for out and about. You can beat a level quick, and then back to whatever it is you should be doing. If you like platformers, it's a good one

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f
Just so happens to be my favorite rhythm game ever. It's being released early 2014. It is very Japanese, which some people dislike.

Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection
Awesome games from an awesome series. But play it when you have lots of time. You'll need it. This version does not have Peace Walker, but it's still a great collection.

Muramasa Rebirth
An interesting sidescrolling game with a good amount of fighting and feels kinda like old school Castlevanias. I really really like it. It has two characters to choose from, and we're supposed to get DLC in the US this year.

Persona 4 Golden
A truly good RPG, but the social links system could turn people away. It is a very Japanese RPG, with honorifics and such.

Silent Hill: Book of Memories
A good game, but not for everyone. Try the demo before you commit to buying it.

Sly Cooper: Thieves in time
I never played a Sly game before, but I found it pretty enjoyable. It is a 3D platformer type game.

Soul Sacrifice
I suggest this game. Soul Sacrifice Delta is confirmed for Japanese release. I've done research and it seems to be an updated version, but a few places say it's a sequel.

Uncharted: Golden Abyss
A fun game that is good for getting you adjusted to the features added to the Vita since the PSP. Sadly the quicktime events are moderately annoying.

The Walking Dead: Season 1
One of my favorite games of this year on the Vita. There are a couple hiccups, but still works well and is fun. There are five chapters in season 1, each lasting a couple hours.

Wipeout 2048
An entertaining racing game, especially if you ever enjoyed the F-Zero games. If you like high speed racers, its a great game

Ys Memories of Celceta
A really well done action RPG with a system of switching between party members. It has sidequests and a decent amount of optional things.


Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward
A game that will leave your head scratched to an insane amount. make sure you play 9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors first. fun series


I like all these games, and I hope you can make an educated decision on games you'll get.
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#8huyiPosted 1/9/2014 6:26:27 PM
a 32gb vita memory card is so expensive in the uk atm it costs $107 i would rather put that towards stuff for my ps4 console, it just doesn't feel right regardless if i need the space or not memory is so expensive on the vita.
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