06-21-2012 12:07 PM
That wouldn't address the OP's issue at all. Playstation cloud storage is only for game saves, not games. He doesn't need 64GB+ of storage for game saves. Cloud storage also only has a capacity of 150MB currently; which is tiny compared to even the smallest Vita memory card.
07-10-2012 01:15 PM
Completely agree with u. Owning a 16gb and a 32 it is a rl pain.. just thinking abt switching memo bothers me. I myself am not into using one and deleting games 2 make space bc i find that more troublesome.. as 4 the price.. it's insane i agree.. but is worse in EU .. living in denmark my 16gb costed me 85 dollars from gamestop, but purchasing a 32 has costed me 89 dollars online, so personally that is a bigger isue for me.. however, sony's item does last long if u take care of them, even so i recommend one 32 gb bc i dont think a 64 (or the others mentioned) ever vill be out out sadly also bc the vita might not function well with such a huge storage.. might result in a lot of freezing and restarting.
07-16-2012 05:32 PM
07-18-2012 09:55 AM
I am pretty sure the largest capacity Micro SD which is about the same size is only 64 GB. I do think that Sony should at least release that size but the price would end up being $200 by their pricing for the cards out now so not really worth it. The only saving grace of this whole situation is you can delete games you are not using and download them later. No matter what once you purchase a game on PSN you will never have to pay for it again. So the way I look at it you really don't need that much memory unless you are using your Vita as a music player or a movie player. I do think a micro HDD like the kind in older I-pods would have been a good solution, but it would have added weight and probably some bulk to the unit. I guess I can't complain because I knew what I was buying when I picked it up. I just wish they would have done things differently.
07-18-2012 04:43 PM
07-23-2012 04:31 PM - edited 07-23-2012 04:35 PM
07-26-2012 11:38 PM