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How many vita games do you have in your library?

0-10 184 31.56%
 
11-20 109 18.70%
 
21-30 69 11.84%
 
30+ 214 36.71%
 
Total:576

*Waiting for my copy of Zero Time Dilemma to arrive like



 

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Nice to hear about LRG support so much and yes bring Clannad to Vita and I'll gladly pay whatever price you want. Atelier games being physical would be awesome too.

Also Adventures of Mana releasing in the West is great news, guess SqEx really has changed their minds about our little guy.



 

PixelPerfect said:
So, I've been thinking about picking up a Vita soon, and there were some things I just wanted to know to get some insight on what I might be getting myself into

1. Does the system come with a memory card or do I have to buy one separately?

2. What are some games you could recommend?

3. Would it be better to go mostly for physical or digital?

4. Is there something I should know before getting the system (example if there's hardware issues or something that doesn't work right)?

If anyone could answer these or point me to somewhere else that could, I'd appreciate it

1. Yes, there are some bundles with Memorycards, in Europe A LOT OF THEM even with digital games. On the US You can get the Borderlands 2 Bundle, 8gb MC and a code to download the game, for 200$. But the stand alone Vita 2000 is at 155$ on Amazon too. https://www.amazon.com/Borderlands-2-Limited-PlayStation-Vita-Bundle/dp/B00HLT0YT0/ref=sr_1_9?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1467130807&sr=1-9&keywords=vita

2. Vita have LOTS a great games on a great variety of genres. But there are some MUST BUY AND PLAY: Gravity Rush (a lovely sandbox where you control gravity), Tearaway (A nice adventure from MediaMolecule, LBP creators, really worth your time and money), Killzone (Best Firts Person Shooter on the handheld, and best graphics), Y's Celceta (A great Action RPG, ignore the subpar graphics, the game is great), Soul Sacrifice Delta (The bestand most complete Hunting-type Action RPG until God Eater 2/Resurrection releases soon, and great story, gameplay, graphics and music), Muramasa Rebirth (JUST BUY IT!), Stein's;Gate (AWESOME Visual Novel)

And my personal favorites: Guacamelee (the best indie I have played so far), Blazblue Chronophantasma Extend (Best 2D fighting game), Demon gaze ( a good DungeonRPG), Freedom wars (A good hunting coop and pvp game), Toukiden Kiwami (another great Hunting-type Action RPG), Dragon's Crown ( A fabulous Beat'em'Up). PLUS a lot more to look foward thatare coming soon. And there's more, specially on jRPG, indies and Fighting games... browse the store and any doubt    Youcan ask again here.

3. On the Vita you find almost EVERY game released so far on the Digital Store (The only exception right now is Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, which was pulled down because some licenses problembetween Capcom and Disney). So that's a advantage for the Digital, You can back up your games on PC or PS3. And most of future releases are coming as Digital only, mostly on the US store.

4. Sometimes the Vita can get "blocked" when charging, But you can do the R Button + Home 30 seconds hold, to reset and nothing more. On the Fat model you have to take in account that the propietary USB cable can get damaged easily, so if you get a Slim model is better, which uses a standart micro-usb cable. In general the hardware and SO is pretty solid, mine have almost 4 years with me and is working just as the first day, hundreds of games and hundreds of thousands hours later.



 

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Adventures of Mana got a stealth release on the US store too!



 

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DemoniOtaku said:
PixelPerfect said:
So, I've been thinking about picking up a Vita soon, and there were some things I just wanted to know to get some insight on what I might be getting myself into

1. Does the system come with a memory card or do I have to buy one separately?

2. What are some games you could recommend?

3. Would it be better to go mostly for physical or digital?

4. Is there something I should know before getting the system (example if there's hardware issues or something that doesn't work right)?

If anyone could answer these or point me to somewhere else that could, I'd appreciate it

1. Yes, there are some bundles with Memorycards, in Europe A LOT OF THEM even with digital games. On the US You can get the Borderlands 2 Bundle, 8gb MC and a code to download the game, for 200$. But the stand alone Vita 2000 is at 155$ on Amazon too. https://www.amazon.com/Borderlands-2-Limited-PlayStation-Vita-Bundle/dp/B00HLT0YT0/ref=sr_1_9?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1467130807&sr=1-9&keywords=vita

2. Vita have LOTS a great games on a great variety of genres. But there are some MUST BUY AND PLAY: Gravity Rush (a lovely sandbox where you control gravity), Tearaway (A nice adventure from MediaMolecule, LBP creators, really worth your time and money), Killzone (Best Firts Person Shooter on the handheld, and best graphics), Y's Celceta (A great Action RPG, ignore the subpar graphics, the game is great), Soul Sacrifice Delta (The bestand most complete Hunting-type Action RPG until God Eater 2/Resurrection releases soon, and great story, gameplay, graphics and music), Muramasa Rebirth (JUST BUY IT!), Stein's;Gate (AWESOME Visual Novel)

And my personal favorites: Guacamelee (the best indie I have played so far), Blazblue Chronophantasma Extend (Best 2D fighting game), Demon gaze ( a good DungeonRPG), Freedom wars (A good hunting coop and pvp game), Toukiden Kiwami (another great Hunting-type Action RPG), Dragon's Crown ( A fabulous Beat'em'Up). PLUS a lot more to look foward thatare coming soon. And there's more, specially on jRPG, indies and Fighting games... browse the store and any doubt    Youcan ask again here.

3. On the Vita you find almost EVERY game released so far on the Digital Store (The only exception right now is Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, which was pulled down because some licenses problembetween Capcom and Disney). So that's a advantage for the Digital, You can back up your games on PC or PS3. And most of future releases are coming as Digital only, mostly on the US store.

4. Sometimes the Vita can get "blocked" when charging, But you can do the R Button + Home 30 seconds hold, to reset and nothing more. On the Fat model you have to take in account that the propietary USB cable can get damaged easily, so if you get a Slim model is better, which uses a standart micro-usb cable. In general the hardware and SO is pretty solid, mine have almost 4 years with me and is working just as the first day, hundreds of games and hundreds of thousands hours later.

Virtua Tennis 4 and Duke Nukem are also not available digitally anymore. At least in NA.



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PixelPerfect said:
So, I've been thinking about picking up a Vita soon, and there were some things I just wanted to know to get some insight on what I might be getting myself into

1. Does the system come with a memory card or do I have to buy one separately?

2. What are some games you could recommend?

3. Would it be better to go mostly for physical or digital?

4. Is there something I should know before getting the system (example if there's hardware issues or something that doesn't work right)?

If anyone could answer these or point me to somewhere else that could, I'd appreciate it

I'm gonna recommend the Earth Defense Force games. I have both of the Vita iterations, and have spent a combined 420  hours on them.



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Finally after 5 months of wondering what happened to my Atelier Escha and Logy Plus order I finally got it resolved!! It ended up being a fuck up on my part unfortunately. Now $60 is ALOT better than the $130+ the game has been going for. However as one dilemma is resolved another crops it's head up.

I'm one of the poor saps that pre order their watch edition ZTD on amazon and now has to go through what ever shitstorm it entails. Luckily I didn't plan on playing it at first since I want to revisit the older games but I hope this one doesn't take 5 months.



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PlayStation Vita Japanese Software Sales (Media Create Physical/ Famitsu Digital)

So i was going to get God Eater today, but the Mid Year sale has changed my plan. Going to spend $100 on Vita games, and getting a new 32GB card for them.
Pro tip: Don't buy Neptunia games at launch, since they will be $15-$20 a month later anyway lol.



I Love Playstation, but my uncle works at Nintendo.

 

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Some LEGO Star Wars Vita footage. Looks to be yet another good port. This is like the 5th in a row now that seems to be solid (Batman 3; Shadow of Ronin; Jurassic World; Avengers) so it's safe to say they seem to have learned the lesson about not just chucking up iOS ports



One day in 2018, maybe when I finish my backlog, I'll get a Lego game, probably avengers.
I just realized Falcom released a free Ys theme so I instantly got it. It's not great, but it comes with its own theme music so I will obviously keep it.