If you're planning on splashing out on the largest memory card you can get for Vita, you may have to seek the help of an importer.
While Europe and PAL territories (New Zealand, Australia) will be getting the 4GB, 8GB and 16GB cards, they will not be getting the largest card - at 32GB - available in Japan and confirmed for launch in US.
"At this time we are not planning to launch with the 32GB Vita Memory Card," said Sony's PS Vita European Product Manager Adam Grant.
Sony today confirmed the full lineup of 25 Vita games for the US launch on February 22. While Vita will be out in EU on the same day, SCEE is yet to confirm a full lineup.
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