What are you waiting for?

The format's very slowly starting to fade here in Western territories, but in Japan, the PlayStation Vita remains an extremely popular platform. Sony's hoping to capitalise on that with a new budget Starter Kit bundle, which is set to roll out in the company's home nation from 3rd March. Initially, it'll only be available in limited quantities, but we can see the firm bringing it back if it proves popular.

The set – which will retail for ¥19,980, so roughly $175 – will ship in Aqua Blue or Glacier White variants, and will include a 16GB memory card, alongside a USB cable, AC adapter, and manual. It's not the most exciting bundle ever, then, but it's a good price – and with games like Dragon Quest Builders and Minecraft proving popular overseas, we can see it appealing to a younger demographic.

[source gematsu.com]