While the PlayStation Vita is about to get significantly cheaper in its native Japan, the cost of memory cards still remains a problem. However, Sony hopes to rectify that issue by introducing a new ‘Bonus Bundle’ in the region, which includes a 3G console and a 32GB memory card for just ¥24,980 ($269). That’s the same price as the bog-standard Wi-Fi unit currently retails for on its own.
The bundle’s due out on 28th February, which is the same day as the price-cut goes into effect. For those out of the loop, you’ll be able to pick up either a Wi-Fi or 3G Vita for ¥19,980 ($215) in Japan starting from the end of the month.