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About 600,000 PS Vita units have been sold every month, since it was launched.
Sony President and CEO Kaz Hirai reveals that their company has sold over 1.8 million units of PS Vita and is expecting to sell an additional 10 million units by the end of March in 2013.Read the rest of the article »
Sony PlayStation Vita sales has reached 1.2 million worldwide since its December release.
Just over two months after its Japan release, Sony’s latest portable entertainment system seems to be doing quite well and has already sold ‘over 1.2 Million units worldwide’.
Sony announced the news on Tuesday that the 1.2 Million mark was surpassed on February 26th, just a couple of days after its official February 22 release date. The company also announced that it has sold more than two million software titles from both retail stores and on the PlayStation Network.View Article Source »
PlayStation Vita 1.61 adds Maps app, video recording, and other updates
PlayStation Vita has a round new update for the portable console. Sony PS Vita team release a System Software Update (v1.61) available for download. If your a first timer,1) once you turn ON your PS Vita it will show an update screen to process the latest version update. 2) try select “System Update” under the “Settings” menu and download the firmware directly to your PS Vita over Wi-Fi. 3) try this connect your PS Vita to a PS3 or a PC/Mac and update via Content Manager.Read the rest of the article »
The PlayStation Vita is finally coming to US stores on February 22. And with it comes a huge marketing campaign by Sony on both traditional and new media
Sony makes its foray into mobile gaming throne anew with its PlayStation Vita. And as it debuts in the United States this February 22, expect Sony to pull out all the marketing stops to get you to play their latest hand-held gaming console.
The device boasts of a number of impressive hardware specs, including a 5-inch OLED multi-touch capacitative touchscreen, dual analog sticks, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support, and rear- and front-facing cameras. The hand-held console can be used as a player, or as a controller for your PlayStation device.Read the rest of the article »
Sony gives a first taste of PS Vita experience with GameStop PS Vita Demo Kiosks.
If you’ve been dying to get your hands on Sony’s latest portable device and live within the United States, then you’re in luck because Sony has rolled out demo units of its much awaited gadget, the PlayStation Vita.
On Friday, February 3, over 3,300 GameStop stores all over the U.S were equipped with PlayStation Vita units and have set up demo kiosks to give anxious fans their first hands-on PS Vita gaming experience. Sony has also made it more exciting by throwing in a little extra and included some of its much awaited PS Vita titles like UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss(TM) and wipEout(R) 2048, to name a few.Read the rest of the article »
The four-day TGS 2011 event unveiled new title releases, and interesting game developer's announcements.
The Tokyo Game Show, which was held annually in Japan, is one of the two largest video game expos/conventions being hosted outside the U.S. The other event is the Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. The TGS is actually designed to be the best place where game developers from different parts of the globe come together to show off their upcoming games and even console devices.
This year’s TGS event was said to be a success. It was able to host numerous Japanese developers’ game revelations, announcements, and declarations. Aside from this conference, there are also pre-TGS 2011 pressers that were held last week — including the Nintendo’s press conference, wherein most of the upcoming 3DS titles were revealed, and Sony’s pre-TGS keynote, which unveils the official launching date for PS Vita.
It’s undeniably true that the Tokyo Game Show has always been the home to a number of noteworthy game announcements. That said, GADG has put up a brief recap of TGS 2011 for those who weren’t able to attend the actual event.
See the quick recap after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan just wrapped up its pre-TGS 2011 presser this afternoon. The company spent the time discussing most of the PlayStation Vita details.
Following Nintendo’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press event in Japan yesterday, Sony also hosted their own conference today — highlighting the official details for its upcoming handheld device, the PlayStation Portable Vita. The core speaker throughout the entire event was the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, Hiroshi Kawano, and it was he who spilled the biggest revelations to the public.
Like Nintendo’s presser, Sony also focused on its handheld console. The media and other attendants of the event were finally given a launching date for the Vita, along with its pricing, data plans, and other additional info. Interestingly, there are also a lot of developers who came to show off the features and upcoming games for the anticipated PlayStation Vita.
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Sony has revealed the final specifications for the upcoming PlayStation Vita.
Finally, the long wait is over! Sony just unveiled the official specifications for its upcoming PlayStation Portable Vita. As confirmed by the manufacturer, the handheld gaming device will be carrying a 512MB of RAM, and not 256MB RAM as rumored.
It was last month when Novarama’s CEO, Dani Sánchez-Crespo, hinted about the RAM capacity of the anticipated PSP successor. “Remember the PSP had 32MB of RAM, we have about ten times that now,” he stated. If you were to do the math, his statement would rather mean that the Vita might be able to support a memory of more than 256 RAM.Read the rest of the article »
Sony is collecting a consensus between fans on what PlayStation Vita peripheral would they like to see. Would this bring a UMD converter in the market soon?
Sony polls their fans on what PlayStation Vita peripherals would they like to see at its Japanese community site. It is obvious that the firm is using their time well, now that the PS Vita will be rolling out in Japan this year, followed by US and Europe early next year. And though the community site is written in Japanese characters, browsing through the pages will tell you that a UMD converter is on top of the wish list. Other peripherals mentioned were cradle with HDMI out, full keyboard attachment, and secondary battery.
It is not surprising that a UMD converter becomes a top request, since there are still UMD-only PSP titles like Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core and Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep. Hopefully, this move from Sony could be an indication that a peripheral as such would be considered.View Article Source »
As Sony present PlayStation Vita at E3 2011, they also discussed about the internal memory card for the said console.
At the presentation of Sony’s PlayStation Vita E3 2011, Sony also showed the new removable internal memory card for the said console. It will be available in 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, and 32 GB as it was said in E3.
Unlike the memory stick, the said memory card appearance is very close to a variety of SD(Secure Digital) cards that has an ultra small flash memory card designed, it just have a little notch in its side confirming they hew to Sony’s unfortunate habit of using proprietary storage formats. But the cost of Vita’s memory card is still shrouded with mysteries.View Article Source »
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