European Vita Owners May Not Have Access to the Biggest Memory Cards

on December 27, 2011 6:00 PM

Last week Alexa gave us a breakdown of the North American launch specifics for the PlayStation Vita. Well, we’ve got the European specs for you via that region’s Official PlayStation Blog and it looks like the biggest memory card available overseas will be the 16-gigabyte model.

We’ve also got the list of first-party launch software and its prices for you after the jump. Prices range from €29.99 to €49.99 and the one title that rests on the upper echelon of the price structure is — surprise! — Uncharted: Golden Abyss. The attention to detail we’ve seen from the title have been pretty is pretty impressive, so it’s not hard to wrap your head around that figure.


  • Uncharted: Golden Abyss – €49.99/£44.99/$69.95 Australia/$89.95 New Zealand
  • ModNation Racers: Road Trip – €39.99/£34.99/$54.95 Australia/$69.95 New Zealand
  • Everybody’s Golf – €39.99/£34.99/$54.95 Australia/$69.95 New Zealand
  • WipEout 2048 – €39.99/£34.99/$54.95 Australia/$69.95 New Zealand
  • Unit 13 – €39.99/£34.99/$54.95 Australia/$69.95 New Zealand
  • Little Deviants – €29.99/£24.99/$39.95 Australia/$54.95 New Zealand
  • Reality Fighters – €29.99/£24.99/$39.95 Australia/$54.95 New Zealand


  • 4Gb Memory Card – €19.99/£17.99/$26.95 Australia/$34.95 New Zealand
  • 8Gb Memory Card – €34.99/£31.99/$44.95 Australia/$59.95 New Zealand
  • 16Gb Memory Card – €49.99/£44.99/$64.95 Australia/$84.95 New Zealand
  • AC adaptor – €9.99/£8.99/$12.95 Australia/$16.95 New Zealand
  • Portable charger – €49.99/£44.99/$64.95 Australia/$84.95 New Zealand
  • USB cable – €9.99/£8.99/$12.95 Australia/$16.95 New Zealand
  • In-ear headset – €19.99/£17.99/$26.95 Australia/$34.95 New Zealand
  • Starter kit – €24.99/ £21.99/$34.95 Australia/$44.95 New Zealand
  • Travel kit – €29.99/ £25.99/$39.95 Australia/$49.95 New Zealand
Well, there you have it. Guess all we can do at this point is sit and play the waiting game …


 /  Staff Writer
Eder is a journalism major at the University of Oregon and copy chief of Flux, the School of Journalism and Communication's flagship magazine. When he's not playing video games or writing about them, Eder enjoys going to concerts, walking the UO campus with his trusty iPod, James McCloud, and climbing steep hills in running shoes. His favorite games include Super Mario Bros. 3, Donkey Kong Country 2, Bioshock and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.