Sony Releases New PS Vita Value Pack in Japan, With 16 GB Memory Card and More

on December 6, 2013 1:21 PM

Sony Computer Entertainment released a new “Value Pack” for the PS Vita in Japan, providing basically everything needed for the console in one neat package.

The new bundle comes with a PCH-2000 PS Vita, a 16 GB Memory Card, a matching soft carrying case, a protective film for the screen, an AC adapter, a power cord, an USB cable and a download code for Dokodemo Issho and Koneko mo Issho.

The price is 22,000 yen ($214), and the package is offered only for the plack/pink, white/lime and white/blue colors.

Below you can see some pictures of the packaging and its contents.

 /  Executive News Editor
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