Published on February 14th, 2012 | by Andrew

Don’t Ignore the Vita’s 3G Option Just Yet….

What we already knew: The Playstation Vita comes in two flavors, WiFi only ($249.99) and WiFi + 3G ($299.99).

What’s new: The more expensive 3G option has been re-bundled.

Seeing as many gamers were repelled by the 3G model’s more expensive price point (and probably the AT&T logo), Sony has realized that they needed to make the 3G option more appealing.

Believe it or not, they actually have.

If you opt for the 3G version of the system, you’ll also receive one of the Vita’s 8GB proprietary memory cards, normally a $35 value on its own. Even the “First Edition Bundle,” which releases an entire week before the Vita’s Feb. 22 launch, is only equipped with a 4GB card.

You’ll also receive a free month’s access to the plan in addition to a downloadable copy of the popular twin-stick shooter, Super Stardust Delta.

Pick your poison, legends.

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About the Author

Andrew Don't let the hair fool you. This musician is one nerdy gamer. With an English degree from Vanguard University, Andrew has found a creative outlet among the Pixel Legends team. When not enjoying a solid RPG or action/adventure title, Andrew can be found strumming a guitar, writing music, or reading comics.

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