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    Default PlayStation Vita memory cards priced surprisingly high

    PlayStation Vita memory cards priced surprisingly high


    Save up, because these things aren't cheap

    By now, folks interested in picking up a Vita should know they'll need a memorycard to boot certain games. Well, Sony hasn't officially given a price for the memory cards, but those prices were leaked recently via GameStop -- and they're surprisingly high.

    The cheapest memory card available come in the 4GB variety, worth $30 USD. Want the biggest card right off the bat? A 32GB card will cost you $150. 8GB and 16GB cards will be sold for $45 and $70, respectively.

    Better start saving now.

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    Default Re: PlayStation Vita memory cards priced surprisingly high

    Ok thats just stupid. Didn't they learn anything from the failure of the PSP?

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    Vita is still months away from Release, why is Sony is being such a B1tch to PSP players?
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    Vita PSN accounts will be tied to memory cards and consoles

    Only one account allowed on one system

    Update: A Sony representative confirmed PSN accounts are tied to the Vita console and memory cards. Only one account can be used per system so if you want to switch to another account, you must to reset your Vita to factory settings and format memory cards.
    The cost of Vita's pricey memory cards has already made many wallets lighter but for those who manage multiple PSN accounts, things just got even more expensive.
    Sony has confirmed that PSN accounts will be tied to memory cards. If you want to use more than one PSN account on your Vita, you'll need to buy more than one memory card.

    The only way to use multiple accounts with one card would be to reformat the card. Of course, this method would be very time consuming as you would have to constantly redownload data.

    Folks with large collections linked to their account won't have to worry since they can store their games on multiple cards.
    Last edited by Trave160; December 16th, 2011 at 13:00.

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