Playstation Vita Import Price Gets Another Drastic Price Drop

With the PlayStation Vita releasing in North America and Europe on February 22nd, it seems that import stores like Play-Asia have done another price drop.

Originally priced at $529 when it was first released in Japan, the WiFi only version now received a near 25% price drop. For those who still wish to purchase a Vita and get it early, Play-Asia is now selling them for $399, in which a price dropped happened just two weeks ago after the Christmas season.

With Vita’s release date fast approaching in North America and Europe, buyers should expect another price drop.

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2 Comments

  1. Hurro
    January 12, 2012, 9:51 AM

    That’s still too expensive when they’re only a month away from costing $250.

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  2. boromir
    January 12, 2012, 1:30 PM

    WOW I thought people were buying them for the actually price in Japan and importing them. Spending $600 on a device that will be half that price AND localized to your country AND will hopefully fix the bugs from Japan is disgusting. Everybody who spends more than $350 getting this thing should be ashamed of themselves…IDC how much you love video games…theyre worth waiting for

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