Posted on Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 at 10:23 AM by Guest
A handful of UK retailers have been pricing out Playstation’s Vita first-party launch titles from as little as £17.99.
Online retailers such as Amazon, Play and ShopTo have all made some of Vita’s launch titles available to pre-order. According to the listings on these website, the more expensive titles with have an RRP of around £39.99 however others would come in at around the budget range price of £24.99.
Little Deviants and Reality Fighters appear to be the only titles shaving a fair few pounds from the RRP at only £17.99 each on Play whereas Everybody’s Golf, WipEout 2048 and Unit 13 all carry the £39.99 price tag. Uncharted : Golden Abyss is the only one to break this mould and is carrying the price tag of around £45.
All of the Playstation Vita games have still yet to be officially priced by SCEE however the firm said earlier in the month that the games would carry a “real value for money”
Playstation Vita went on sale in Japan over the weekend however us Brits will have to wait until the 22nd of February until we can get our hands on it.
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