The PS Vita will ship a week early in the PS Vita First Edition Bundle.
The PS Vita is officially launching on February 22. Early adopters are lured into buying the PS Vita First Edition Bundle that will be released tomorrow. You can buy the PS Vita before anybody else ad midnight at participating GameStop stores across the country and in the Sony flagship store in New York. You can also just stay home and order the PS Vita First Edition Bundle on Amazon now.
The PS Vita First Edition Bundle Contains:
PS Vita 3G/Wi-Fi system
PS Vita case
Little Deviants game
4GB memory card
AT&T DataConnect Pass good for one free 250MB data session ($14.99 value) upon purchase of one 250 MB data session
PlayStationNetwork game voucher provided upon 3G activation on the AT&T mobile broadband network.
The bundle is valued at $435 and will sell for $349.99, which results in an $85 bonus value. The 3G/Wifi PS Vita console will sell for $299.99 on Feb. 22. The PS Vita First Edition Bundle is not a baddeal at all. The only problem is that there is just no market for the PS Vita. Smartphones killed the portablegaming consoles.
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