Thinking of purchasing a Vita.

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User Info: dark-kyon

dark-kyon
4 weeks ago#11
umop-apisdn posted...
What makes you say that? /sweatsprofusely

He is a joke account, just laugh to his post in this board.
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umop-apisdn
4 weeks ago#12
dark-kyon posted...
umop-apisdn posted...
What makes you say that? /sweatsprofusely

He is a joke account, just laugh to his post in this board.


/laughsawkwardly

User Info: Holy7777

Holy7777
4 weeks ago#13
EcchiSaberUnit posted...
Troll Tip. don't buy a Vita.

if you do.

come back to this post after owning one for at least 2 months and reflect on my mistake and then laugh at me
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GreatFigure
4 weeks ago#14
EcchiSaberUnit posted...
Pro Tip. don't buy a Vita.

if you do.

come back to this post after owning one for at least 2 months and reflect on your mistake,

Aww the weeb guy with a weeb name damage controlling. Cool story bro. :-)

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User Info: SomeKindoMonstr

SomeKindoMonstr
4 weeks ago#15
umop-apisdn posted...
dark-kyon posted...
umop-apisdn posted...
What makes you say that? /sweatsprofusely

He is a joke account, just laugh to his post in this board.


/laughsawkwardly

Ignore the troll.

Just make sure you know what you are getting into and youll be fine.
If you plan on sticking with the vita for the long term, consider getting, at a minimum, a 32 gb card. Even if you go physical only, patches and dlc for a single game can be GBs in size.

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User Info: dark-kyon

dark-kyon
4 weeks ago#16
SomeKindoMonstr posted...
Just make sure you know what you are getting into and youll be fine.
If you plan on sticking with the vita for the long term, consider getting, at a minimum, a 32 gb card. Even if you go physical only, patches and dlc for a single game can be GBs in size.

This, if you aren't into JRPG's then you have to actually research to find games in others genres, its maybe a risky move if you don't like that genre.
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User Info: Justice98405

Justice98405
4 weeks ago#17
dark-kyon posted...
16 minimun, 32 ideal, 64 is too expensive.


Totally disagree on the stance on 32's and 64's.

16 minimum I would agree on. Even as all/mostly physical, some games have patches, and some of those patched (Gundam G Generation I'm looking at you!) have sizable, sometimes BIG patches. And that's not counting some possible digital only games you might get.

32 is good, but if you are going to get a decent amount of digital titles, especially any of the bigger Vita digital titles, that 32 will be gone before you know it. Some Vita digital games, some PSP stuff (lots of good stuff there), PS1 classics, and again, before you know it that 32 is nearly full.

64 IS quite expensive, but when you look at the price increase (unless it's gotten STUPID in the last year or two) you pay not double for double the memory. And that is good math. That hit you take to get a 64 bites, but you have a MASSIVE card for the effort.

I bought a 64 and don't regret it for a SECOND. Worth every penny, in the long run.

Just my thoughts on the matter.
To the mattresses.
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User Info: dark-kyon

dark-kyon
4 weeks ago#18
Justice98405 posted...
Just my thoughts on the matter.

No problem, i just refuse to get a 64 gb. i don't think is good idea get a 64gb for someone isn't sure if will stick with the system.
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DarkMark942
4 weeks ago#19
Just bite the bullet once on a 32 and you're set. Avoid 64, they break.
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User Info: SomeKindoMonstr

SomeKindoMonstr
4 weeks ago#20
dark-kyon posted...
Justice98405 posted...
Just my thoughts on the matter.

No problem, i just refuse to get a 64 gb. i don't think is good idea get a 64gb for someone isn't sure if will stick with the system.

Could save him in the long run. I upgraded from a 4 > 8 > 16 > 32 > 64. My 4, 8, 16 are currently gathering dust. I would have saved more if I bought a 32/64 outright.

Up to TC, as it is a large investment.
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