October 27th, 2011, 00:36 Posted By: wraggster
A memory card is "pretty much a requirement" for PlayStation Vita, according to Japanese magazine Famitsu.
Andriasang brings word that some games - apparently includingUncharted: Golden Abyss - will not even boot up without a memory card inserted into Sony's upcoming PSP successor.
All of which is fair enough - especially for those preferring to download their games from the PlayStation Store rather than buy boxed product at retail - but Sony's decision to use a new proprietary card format means, inevitably, they will come at quite a price.
While worldwide pricing is yet to be revealed, in Japan a 4GB card costs ₯2,200 (£18), 8GB ₯3,200 (£26), and 16GB ₯5,500 (£45), while a 32GB card will set you back ₯9,500 (£78).
Vita launches in Japan on December 17, and will be released in Europe, Australia and the US on February 22.
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