Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Rincewiend, Aug 20, 2013.
First big Sony news is a pricedrop for the PS Vita to €/$ 199.
Also, Sony stated that they will make significant reductions to the cost of the overpriced Vita memory cards. I can definitely see myself picking up a Vita next year.
So from £170 to £130, same price as the 3DS, it's a start.
PS 4Launch date November 15th in NA and 29th in EU in 31 countries worldwide...
Lousy camera work though from the director...
Kept zooming out to show the dark room...
Assuming UK gets same cut and add our VAT on top then PS Vita should cost around £152 if I did the maths right but they'll probably add more on. So lets say a £160-£170 price tag is very very tempting to me especially as I will be getting a PS4 in early 2014 and the remote play and future Gaikai stuff that I assume will let you stream games well away from your PS4 etc.
Edit - Just checked a couple of sites, £169.99 for Vita (I assume thats the new price, I don't remember it being that cheap before). Now for those memory card prices.
Xbox One will have 23 launch titles:
Looking forward to see what Chris Roberts and his team shows and says about Star Citizen.
Game line up for the PS4:
For older gamers like myself:
Well price cut worked for me, just ordered the Vita now from Amazon for £149.00
Still debating if i should get one...
Has some nice RPGs on it...
And the Assasin's Creed game seems to be good as well...
^ AC: Liberation is pretty decent... I enjoyed it. Not as much as the proper AC games though.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss was a lot of fun as well.
Killzone Mercenary. Pre-order it now. Trust me. I'm in the beta.
^ Yeah even though I'm not a huge fan of first-person shooters, I'll most likely get KZ: Mercenary once the price drops.
Guacamelee is a lot of fun. As is the Tales from Space: Blobs Attack.
Roberts showed off the Hanger module for Star Citizen. It was an impressive crowd compared to the dozen people at the announcement press conference. I guess you don't raise $16 million in crowd funding without having a few fans. That said, I'd forgot how annoying gamers can be.
Anyway, looking forward for the Thursday/Friday release.
Interesting, but I'd have been more interested if it were reimagined as a 3rd person game rather than another side-scroller using some 3d elements. I think it would have more potential that way.
Well, it got a lot of bad reviews.
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