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PS Vita games will be cheaper downloaded

PS Vita games will be cheaper downloaded

A Sony rep has confirmed that PlayStation Vita game titles coming to the US will be cheaper if purchased and downloaded directly from the PlayStation Network as opposed to buying the boxed copies. Discounted digital copies have been confirmed for the PS Vita in Japan, but the company has yet to make an official announcement as to whether the discount would extend to the US.

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PS Vita sales continue free fall in wait for new games

PS Vita sales continue free fall in wait for new games

Sony's PlayStation Vita next-gen handheld gaming device is still struggling in Japan following a strong start that quickly fizzled. PS Vita sales dropped below 20,000 units two weeks ago, a more than 50% decline from the week before. And this past week, that number is on the verge of dipping below the 15,000 mark, as consumers continue to wait for more worthy game titles before making the investment.

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PS Vita sales continue to plummet

PS Vita sales continue to plummet

Sony's PlayStation Vita portable gaming console debuted in Japan last December with a strong opening week, but sales quickly took a nose dive. Sales have now plummeted to 18,361 units in week five, a drastic 95 percent drop from the 324,859 units sold in the first week and a more than 50 percent drop from the previous week.

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Call of Duty, Mortal Kombat, and Assassin’s Creed are lined up for PS Vita

Call of Duty, Mortal Kombat, and Assassin’s Creed are lined up for PS Vita

Sony's PS Vita is getting ready to set foot in the US in February and it's launching with more than 20 game titles right off the bat. But what titles Sony has planned to sustain interest in the PS Vita in the months post launch has remained a mystery until now. Sony's director of hardware marketing John Koller spilled the beans on what to expect during an interview with Gamespot at CES.

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PS Vita’s weak sales prompt price cuts in Japan

PS Vita’s weak sales prompt price cuts in Japan

Retailers in Japan have begun unofficially slashing prices on Sony's PS Vita next-gen portable gaming device after disappointing sales continued through the holiday. The PS Vita debuted in Japan last month to initial sales of 321,000 units in the first two days. However, that number quickly sunk to a paltry 72,479 units by the second week, a very low figure compared to the second-week sales of rival Nintendo's 3DS back in February of last year and is still flying off shelves.

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Sony issues update and apology for PS Vita freeze and touch screen issues

Sony issues update and apology for PS Vita freeze and touch screen issues

Sony's much anticipated PlayStation Vita portable gaming device has just launched in Japan over the weekend and the company has already issued an apology along with a software update. New owners have been reporting problems with unresponsive touch screens and system freezes, among other issues of which users have begun tweeting and posting their experiences in videos to YouTube.

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