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PS3 Cross-Game Voice Chat Not Happening, But Vita's...

1UP.com - August 19, 2011


Submitted by SyrinxPriest (1) at 1:44PM PST on August 19, 2011


You won't be voice chatting with people playing other games on PS3, but you will be on Vita.
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PS Vita launches globally by end of 2011, starting at $249

Joystiq - June 6, 2011


Submitted by TheSmilkman (280) at 7:05PM PST on June 6, 2011


PlayStation Vita will launch worldwide "by the end of 2011," and will arrive in two models starting at $249. SCE detailed the two separate PSV models as a 3G/Wi-Fi version running $299/€299/¥29,980, and a Wi-Fi-only model for $249/ €249/¥24,980.
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Vita sales hit 1.2 million worldwide

Joystiq - February 28, 2010


Submitted by afsplat (93) at 8:47AM PST on February 28, 2012


Sony announced this morning that sales of the PlayStation Vita have reached 1.2 million globally, boosted by the recent launch in Americas, Europe and PAL territories. According to the company, sales of the hardware have "exceeded expectations," with software sales for the new handheld surpassing 2 million units.
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PlayStation Vita coming to US, Europe in early 2012

Joystiq - August 4, 2011


Submitted by TheSmilkman (280) at 11:44AM PST on August 4, 2011


Sony is adjusting its PlayStation Vita launch plans and rolling back to an earlier claim: that the new portable system would be out in "at least one territory" by the end of 2011. According to an AP report, Japan has been selected as 2011's sole recipient of the Vita. Speaking to the press in Tokyo, SCEI Chairman Kaz Hirai clarified that the PlayStation Vita would miss the holidays in America and Europe, instead rolling out in those regions during early 2012.
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Sony sells 321,000 PlayStation Vita units in two days

Yahoo - December 20, 2011


Submitted by afsplat (93) at 7:39AM PST on December 20, 2011


Sony Corp shifted 321,400 units of the PlayStation Vita, its new handheld game device, in Japan in its first two days on sale, research firm Enterbrain said on Tuesday.
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Japan earthquake may push NGP out of 2011 in some regions

Joystiq - April 4, 2011


Submitted by FoxHoundADAM (257) at 7:05PM PST on April 4, 2011


As a result of the recent earthquake in Japan, the NGP handheld may not make the holiday 2011 release window worldwide. "It may be the straw that says 'maybe we get to just one market by the end of the year,'" SCEA president Jack Tretton told Bloomberg, suggesting that Sony may opt to stagger production of the handheld and release it in just one territory this year.
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Vita launches in North America, Europe and more on Feb 22

Shacknews - October 18, 2011


Submitted by TheSmilkman (280) at 6:10AM PST on October 19, 2011


Sony Computer Entertainment America boss Jack Tretton has announced the PlayStation Vita will arrive in North America on February 22, 2012. As previously revealed, the new handheld will arrive in two flavors: a 3G/Wi-Fi-enabled package for $299.99 in the U.S. and a Wi-Fi-only model for $249.99 in the U.S. and Canada. Europe will receive both systems on the same date in February. The release date also includes Africa, the Middle East, and Australasia.
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NGP officially named 'PlayStation Vita'

Joystiq - June 6, 2011


Submitted by TheSmilkman (280) at 6:35PM PST on June 6, 2011


It's not exactly the world's best kept secret, is it? Sony's next handheld officially became the "PlayStation Vita" this afternoon at the company's E3 2011 press conference. And you can stop pronouncing it "Vite-Uh," as Sony Computer Entertainment head Kaz Hirai repeatedly pronounced it "Veeta." Hazaa!
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