Nexus 4 vs Vita I have $300 cash, PLEASE READ ALL BEFORE VOTING

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User Info: Souldrainr

Souldrainr
3 years ago#11
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User Info: synthetiksin

synthetiksin
3 years ago#12
Three hundred dollars worth of twix is booko awesome.

User Info: Souldrainr

Souldrainr
3 years ago#13
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User Info: Klon_Redfield

Klon_Redfield
3 years ago#14
Man... you need the phone? get the phone. If you're gonna use the phone for games just get the Vita, since you have PS+ you'll have no shortage of games.

User Info: _Candice_

_Candice_
3 years ago#15
Wait for the Galaxy 4
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User Info: kyncani

kyncani
3 years ago#16
Souldrainr posted...
I have a PS3 and PS+ [...] memory card wont be a problem as i will get a bundle AND my brothers 4g memory card, as well as a 16g card within a month or so.

What the hell are you waiting for ?
Get a Vita and a *32 gb* memory card.
Forget about the 4 gb memory card, you can keep them to try Japanese demos if you so wish but that's it.
I wouldn't bother with 16 gb cards either, they're overpriced and it sucks but 32 gb is small enough as it is.
Just my $.02

User Info: legendaryhero99

legendaryhero99
3 years ago#17
Voted for the twix but in seriousness Vita. With PS+ you have access to three vita games already. Might as well get bang for your buck.
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User Info: darkblade1112

darkblade1112
3 years ago#18
Thing is, none of the next-gen phones are going to be anywhere near as affordable as the Nexus 4, they're all going to be in the $600 range, with the possible exception of the next Nexus phone that comes out (they've been doing 1 every year). Even that isn't a guarantee, since the previous ones weren't as cheap as the Nexus 4 when they launched, IIRC.

User Info: chuchumyrocket

chuchumyrocket
3 years ago#19
iDoneGotU posted...
. Sure there are no controls but RR3 is reminiscent of EA's Shift series..


*facepalm*


If you want to play games tc do yourself a favor and get the vita. If you want to make phone calls buy a phone.
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User Info: TheLightsAreOn

TheLightsAreOn
3 years ago#20
Honest answer:

If you have $300 dollars to spend, get a Gameboy Advance and a few games, and go to the "phone store" of your choice and find a phone that is a few years old, and on sale for $19.99. Less than 50 bucks should be out of pocket.

If in six months you find you are actively searching for more GBA games, and your phone has used less than 100 minutes, get a Vita. If the GBA is buried in your sock drawer, and you are getting out of memory messages on your phone because you have downloaded everything in the store, get a Nexus.
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