Broken_Cartridge wrote:I really don't understand all the hate that comes from both fan bases. Sony fanboys crap on Nintendo for every little thing, and Nintendo fanboys do the same to Sony. I guess it's too much to ask for someone to be objective about things and just enjoy video games as a whole.
Yes, the system is expensive and it could be cheaper. Yes the memory card situation is absolutely appalling. I just want to make it clear that I couldn't agree more with those points. I also want to note that my statements are not defending Sony as a company, but rather defending the Vita as a console in general. This is also coming from someone who only paid $140 to get the Vita and an 8gb memory card, so my defending statements have nothing to do with price...because I can't relate to that. Personally, I find the Vita's software to be better then what most people give it credit for, and I'll leave my defending statements at that. I realize that no matter what I say, I can't win. This is a Nintendo focused site, not a general gaming or Sony focused one.
Jerome wrote:Man, I didn't know things were this bad for the Vita. It's a good piece of hardware (except for a few annoying* things including inexplicably slow load times). The price is a bit high including memory cards, but Sony doesn't need to slash the system's price, they just need to bundle things with the system. The big issue seems to be software, but how can they fix that? What kind of games does Vita need that it's not getting? Is it that there are so many ports or near-ports? Could it be that development of triple-A games for the system is so costly that it's hard to justify making unique titles, and smaller downloadable games aren't a big draw on a hardcore-focused system?
bobafruit wrote:Turns out the back touch was a bad idea too... I guess a "kitchen sink" approach wasn't the best. I thought it was a kinda awesome idea.
bobafruit wrote:I think it's repeating similar patterns to the PSP. Sony seems to be focusing on hardcore western console franchises, they did that with GTA, Fight Night, Twisted Metal and others on the PSP. That strategy is of course failing the Vita in Japan.
bobafruit wrote:I think they should cut the price and bundle a memory card.
bobafruit wrote:I bought a PSP last year, but was so disappointed at not having a memory card that I took it back.
Jerome wrote:That makes sense, though it's having a harder time than PSP did, so there must be more factors at work, or at least the same factors functioning to a greater extent.
Jerome wrote:bobafruit wrote:I bought a PSP last year, but was so disappointed at not having a memory card that I took it back.
Wow. Sure you weren't overacting there a bit? I bought one last year as well, and got a 1GB memory card for a few bucks online.
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