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I would love to pay $30 however I will pay $40 just fine. No more though.



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$30-$40 dollar for full length games.
$1-$10 maximum for PSN/minis games.



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Well around £30/$40 for the retail games, a few will probably come striaght out at the £20/$30 mark as on the PS3 and the store will cover the rest quite easily, I myself have bought around 60 titles off the store for the PS3 in the last 12 months lol

And the Vita I imagine will be compatible with all of these titles, along with a host of new titles designed specifically for the system, the store is our saviour yet again :)



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should be 40$ but will be 50$



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chapset said:
should be 40$ but will be 50$

Yeah that's probably why amazon let's you preordep psv games for 40$ ;)

 

I'd say 40$ for retail , 5-10$ for psn games and 1-5$ for minis will be good.



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$40 for retail
$5 to $20 for psn only games and psp games
$1 for mini's and phone ports
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considering external battery pack adds 10hrs (for a total of 13 to 15 hrs) to battery life, i'd say there's no problem there.

pricing will likely be $49.99, but $39.99 would be ideal, not to mention the bundled PS3Vita games which i can see going for $59-$79.

hopefully the apps will be cost effective as well.

i think Sony's approach to Vita is sound even with some hardware choices i don't agree with, but there support for garage and indie dev's is a step in the right direction.

digital distrabution  will likely be big on Vita in 1 part considering games that don't get localized will available via download so the only question thre would be pricing. 



MARCUSDJACKSON said:
considering external battery pack adds 10hrs (for a total of 13 to 15 hrs) to battery life, i'd say there's no problem there.

pricing will likely be $49.99, but $39.99 would be ideal, not to mention the bundled PS3Vita games which i can see going for $59-$79.

hopefully the apps will be cost effective as well.

i think Sony's approach to Vita is sound even with some hardware choices i don't agree with, but there support for garage and indie dev's is a step in the right direction.

I'm hoping psv/ps3 games you'll only need to buy one, if you buy a hard copy you get the digital code for the other and both if you buy digitially maybe have it 10 bucks extra for both physical copies. 



I'd be happy paying £30 for retail games, £25 would be real nice though!



Deadlikeme said:
MARCUSDJACKSON said:
considering external battery pack adds 10hrs (for a total of 13 to 15 hrs) to battery life, i'd say there's no problem there.

pricing will likely be $49.99, but $39.99 would be ideal, not to mention the bundled PS3Vita games which i can see going for $59-$79.

hopefully the apps will be cost effective as well.

i think Sony's approach to Vita is sound even with some hardware choices i don't agree with, but there support for garage and indie dev's is a step in the right direction.

I'm hoping psv/ps3 games you'll only need to buy one, if you buy a hard copy you get the digital code for the other and both if you buy digitially maybe have it 10 bucks extra for both physical copies. 

great idea. i can't say Sony thought of it, but i do know that if you buy the game retail and its on both VitaPS3 then you'll buy them together for one price, although every dev ay not want to go that route but word has it that mostly all Pub's/Dev's working on Vita do.