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Amazon Price: $99.99 $61.00 You save: $38.99 (39%). (as of December 17, 2017 6:57 am –
Enjoy all of your digital entertainment with the 32GB PlayStation Vita Memory Card. Store your game saves, PSN downloads, and personal media on this memory card.
Great seller, item just as described
Great seller, item just as described. When there was an issue with the shipping of the item, seller resolved it in a timely manner. Very happy!
Super-fast and Tons of Room
Now that the price has come down somewhat, I decided I wanted to go ahead and grab the 32GB Vita card. I’m glad I did, if only because the lesson I learned with the PSP was that it’s worth a bit more money to have room and not have to dig through a handful of smaller memory sticks looking for the one that has such-and-such game on it. Now that Sony’s handhelds are more prone to my loading my games digitally, this was a useful step.
I’ve wait long enough
I have an 8GB memory card that came with a bundle upon release of the PS Vita. It has served me well, but as a Playstation Plus member, I started having to delete games to fit all the games Sony was giving away free or for a reduced price. So I’ve waiting long enough. There wasn’t any news of a reduction in price or a larger capacity at E3 this year (2013), so I came to amazon as the prices in retail stores is the full $99.99.
who da vita
this is a nice size of memory for me to have. a good chunk of my games are digital, and there’s still room on the card for a video or two and my games on disk.
Great…and needed considering the future of digital downloading.
This card does exactly what it should- allows you to store multiple games saves as well as many digitally downloaded games. Despite it’s price (generally hovering between $79 and $93 over the past few months on Amazon), I highly recommend getting the 32gb card rather than multiple smaller cards for three reasons. One is that it’s less expensive as 4 8gb cards would cost you nearly $20 more than one 32gb for the same amount of storage (maybe a bit less with mandatory files on each card). Two being the convenience of avoiding the storage and swapping out of multiple cards. Three being the reality of the rise of digital gaming in our lives. It is increasingly obvious that Sony and Microsoft are heading in the same direction as PC gaming with an eventual phasing out of physical media. Despite the Vita’s slow rise in sales I feel that it will succeed and as it does it will be aging successfully in what is now quickly becoming a digital only world. Whether or not the next generation of consoles relies on both physical (disc-based) and digital media or not, the future is definitily going digital-only (except for physical collector’s editions, possibly). With that in mind, I think it’s best to invest in a higher if not highest capicity card now for all of your future downloads. It will allow for much more storage, as well as less maintenance hastle (having to choose which games/music/movies to delete from your card to make room for something else). That in itself is a great benefit!
Does it’s job
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I hate having to buy the proprietary memory cards for the vita, that’s not really relevant in this review. This is the same memory card you’ll find everywhere else, except I was able to find it for just over $70 on amazon. I liked not having to go out in the sun to a store to get one and risk getting a tan and thus losing geek cred.
Working as intended.
I made the purchase yesterday and I have just received it today with the free Prime one-day shipping. Obviously, it has been delivered on time and the package it came in was intact.