New Playstation Vita's

Sony has announced a new model of the PS Vita, having only a very modest upgrade from the first PS Vita. The PS Vita 2000 is about 20% thinner and 15% lighter.

The new PS Vita 2000 will have an upgraded 1 GB of internal storage and an estimated 6 hour battery life. There will be six color options to choose from: white, light blue, yellow, pink, gray, and black. Sony has also announced a new 64 GB memory card made specifically for the Vita. The system will go on sale in Japan starting October 10 of this year, with a suggested retail price of 19,929 yen, along with the 64 GB memory card for 10,479 yen.

Sony will also release some Bundle PS Vita systems this year:

Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster Resolution Box modelPSVITA_2000_FFXX2

Gundam Breaker Starter Pack model


God Eater 2 Fenrir Edition model


All the Vita Bundles will include the game software and extra content. For example the God Eater Bundle will include a special strap and wipe.

Another big surprise is a home version of the PS Vita TV


PS Vita TV is a tiny piece of hardware, being about as big as a deck of cards. The idea of the PS Vita TV is to let you play Vita games on a big screen using a DualShock 3 controller. The system has a card slot for Vita games, and accepts Vita memory cards. It will also let you use video streaming services (such as Hulu) and more. It will even let you play your PlayStation 4 via Remote Play with DualShock 4; this functionality will come later via a system update.

It will also let you play PSone Classics and PSP games, and it will connect to PlayStation 4 so that you can play Vita games through PS4, as well.

PS Vita TV launches in Japan on November 14th, and will cost 9,480 Yen. A special verison of it, packing an 8 GB Vita memory card and a DualShock 3 controller, will cost 14,980.


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