by Mike Bendel on December 22, 2011 @ 11:44 am
There’s been a bit of an uproar over the prices for PS Vita Memory Cards that GameStop outed last month. Thankfully, SCEA has finally stepped in to calm the storm. Word from hardware marketing director John Koller indicates that the prices are much more reasonable than we were originally led to believe.
As with the Japanese launch, these cards will come in variants from 4GB to 32GB. Here’s the breakdown:
4 GB Memory Card – $19.99
8 GB Memory Card – $29.99
16 GB Memory Card – $59.99
32 GB Memory Card – $99.99
While still not as cheap as SD equivalents, these prices are far more manageable to say the least. All Memory Cards are due to hit the states on February 15, just in time for when the First Edition bundle hits shelves.
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