Sony Denies PlayStation Vita Price Cut in 2012

Posted by | August 16, 2012

Sony’s latest portable game system, the PlayStation Vita, has launched to a rough start. Sales of the device are slow, and the Nintendo 3DS is eating the market alive. While Sony engineers are working to drop the hardware cost of the Vita, Sony execs denied any price cut in the present year. Instead, they hope to lure customers by dangling bundled games as dripping bait. Eurogamer has the story.

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  1. Nelson Williams
    August 16, 2012 10:05 am

    The PlayStation Vita is powerful, but it’s also really locked down. Gamers have been moving toward more open platforms for their portable gaming needs, including the 3DS. The new 3DS XL, with a larger screen and superior performance, is a challenge the Vita doesn’t really have an answer for. Sony will need to slash prices to compete, but is it already too late?

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