Official Sony PlayStation Vita Memory Card 64GB (Vita) - £61.86

Official Sony PlayStation Vita Memory Card 64GB (Vita) - £61.86
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Play Asia often sell imports from abroad that work in the UK. Please check region before buying if this is a concern.

EDIT: Down approx £8 ^PvB

If you don't wanna wait until the 18th for the Asian version to be released, go with the Japanese version for a couple pounds more. Also, don't add the free Vita pouch to your order unless you wanna pay for postage. Postage is only free if you order just the card.

Product Description

Enjoy all of your digital entertainment with the 32GB PlayStation®Vita System Memory Card. Store your game saves, PSN downloads, and personal media on this memory card. Save up to* 8 - 16 full PlayStation®Vita System games, 24 movies, 9,136 songs, or 6,400 photos and take them wherever you go.

Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:12 pm


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  • Sonyfanboy1987
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:51 pm

    I really hate how expensive the memory cards are but I desperately need bigger memory

  • dbizal
    Totally agree.
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:58 pm

    This price is a complete joke to be honest. Especially since other kinds of memory are so much cheaper. It's just another reason not to get a Vita for me personally.

  • Freebird
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:18 pm

    The 32GB is £39.99, so this isn't really a joke. Yeah they all should be cheaper blablabla but we know that's not gonna happen any time soon as there was a price drop recently. I'm selling my 32GB to CEX for £31, ordered one of these earlier. Still had the 10% discount code from the Metal Gear mess up, so came to around £65 delivered.

  • dbizal
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:24 pm

    It is a joke when you can buy a 32gb SD card for like £10 or less.

  • Freebird
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:35 pm

    Yup but the Vita doesn't take SD cards, so....

  • dbizal
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:41 pm

    Exactly, it's a bad move to prevent Piracy. however the only thing they are doing is harming themselves.

    No-one in their right mind can say spending £60 on a 64GB memory card is good value.

  • Freebird
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:55 pm

    Not saying it's good value (well, it kinda is if you go by GB's per £ compared to the smaller cards) but everyone knew that the Vita doesn't take SD cards when they bought the console. So if you're 100% not happy to pay the price, don't own a Vita :)

    No point bitching about it as they won't allow SD cards ( it's not possible anyway) and I seriously doubt that the Sony cards will drop to the price of SD cards. It's like still going on about the fact that MS doesn't allow us to use our own HDDs in the console. Yup, it sucks. But that's just the way it is. The prices will drop over the years but if you want and need it right now, you pay the price...

  • dbizal
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 6:11 pm

    It's only 'good' value compared to the other Sony cards, other than that I wouldn't say it was. I know that Vita owners know what they are getting into when buying the Vita, but none of them knew they would get the majority of the games for free... Which is probably why the prices of these cards aren't really dropping, as you pretty much need them to make the most out of the amazing offers Sony are giving you as customers.

    Yeah, MS and Ninty suck on that front... But they are the ones losing out and not getting my money via digital downloads. But then again I always prefer hard copies of games to add to my collection.

    And I don't want or need a Vita. I have a 3DS... ;)

  • Freebird
    good value
    Fri Oct 11, 2013 6:37 pm

    That's what I meant :)

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