The Cost to Import a PS Vita has Dropped by $75

The Cost to Import a PS Vita has Dropped by $75

The PS Vita has been moving respectable numbers in Japan (depending who you ask), but those outside the rising sun land still have to wait until February to get one of their own—unless they're willing to pay a premium to import it, that is. After all, the new Sony handheld isn't region locked, meaning you can switch the language to English and never know the difference.

And now Play Asia, one of the biggest worldwide vendors of Asian goods, has lowered the price of importing a Vita by about $75, Gamezone reports. The wi-fi model will still run you $458.50, about $200 more than the list price come February, and the 3G model is even more, naturally.

But hey, that's the price you have to pay to be the coolest kid on the block. Are you going to import a Vita now that the price has dropped, or will you wait until February? Or could you not care less? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook or Twitter.

Tags: ps-vita, playstation, sony, japan, play-asia
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