Naysayers, remember, the Wii U sold more in it's time, than the Vita has ever.

#51TerotrousPosted 7/10/2013 5:46:47 AM(edited)
As someone who actually owns a Vita and has put more time into it than any other system for the past 5 months or so, its release calendar is ludicrously barren. Thank god this thing is region-free, or it would have had like one worthwhile release all year.

For those actual Vita owners out there, I've put up full walkthroughs for Tales of Innocence R and Tales of Hearts R now. I would recommend getting those games as they're vastly better than anything else on the system.
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#52Sailor GoonPosted 7/10/2013 5:46:55 AM
I love how the TC uses a year old sales figure for the Vita. Not biased at all.
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#53enigmamjPosted 7/10/2013 6:25:56 AM
I think Vita will get enough support to limp along in Japan.

The West though is a different story. Sony seems content to turn it to some expensive ps4 accessory. While that is a nifty feature(if it works well), the system needs exclusive well made games for it to thrive. The memory card prices don't help matters either. Sony is completely focused on the ps4 and Vita is left on life support outside Japan.