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PS Vita 8GB Memory Card + 10 Games
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PS Vita 8GB Memory Card + 10 Games
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A recommended item for anyone looking to buy a new memory card for their PS Vita, or just want the games. The amount of content and value you get with this item is unbeatable.
Just bought my 4th pack of this game pack, its just so awesome. So much value for the money considering you get 10 games and 8gb memory card. There is only 1 thing im disappointed with and that's that Sony did not give any extra thought in to this pack. You can't install all the games because there is simply no room for that. They forgot about the updates, patches, dlc and so on. But still I would buy it if I didn't have it and I recommend everyone who just got a PS vita to do just that.
Zavvi had the lowest price I could find for this PS Vita Mega Pack (Includes 10 Games and 8GB Memory Card), pricing it only slightly higher than an 8GB memory card from other suppliers, so from that standpoint it was worth the cash. The games are great and will keep my sons busy on long car journeys this summer.
Hello! If you like to upgrade the PS Vita library is a need to have package of games. The games on PS Vita Mega Pack are for people of all ages, great as a gift. I highly recommend it!
If you are a new Vita owner who wants to take minimal risk to get hold of ten games then this is the pack for you. You get the 8GB memory card and an online download code for ten games. Not all of the games are Vita games (a couple are 'classic' PSP titles) but they all play fine on the Vita. The quality of the games depends on your opinion but the standout ones for me are LittleBigPlanet and Wipeout. Even if these are the only two you play, the memory card and the games still represents great value for money.
The PS Vita Mega Pack (Includes 10 Games and 8GB Memory Card) came at a great price (same as a Vita on its own, but with a 8gb memory card and 10 games). There are some real stand-out games in this pack, namely Wipeout, LBP and Rayman. Lil' Deviants is more of a tech demo, but it's fun and has some really cool features. Lemmings is an old classic. Motorstorm is basically the same as the one for PS3, which depending on your taste is either a good or bad thing. The 10 games are not pre-loaded on the 8GB card so you download what you want which is fantastic! However, for those, like myself, that have PS+, I would recommend buying another memory card (either 16GB or 32GB), as you will quickly fill space with games like Uncharted etc. For anyone interested in a truly enjoyable handheld, especially for the upcoming functionality with PS3 and PS4 - buy this!
The PS Vita Mega Pack includes 10 games at one great price, and I have one happy 10 year old.
Essentially a bog standard PS Vita memory card like you see in the shops surrounded by a new cardboard sleeve (no effort even went into integrating it into the new sleeve, it is literally the usual card backed memory card with another lump of cardboard wrapped around it) On the inside you find a small slip of paper with a hidden code on it which unlocks your 10 free games. In my opinion, Sony should have gone all out with this pack or not bothered at all. I was only able to install 9 of the 10 games on to the memory card that came with this pack due to the memory card being instantly full, not really a good point for someone who is using a vita for the first time and may want to buy other games or install some apps. You certainly get your money's worth however, an 8gb memory card alone will set you back about £25 so buying the mega pack at RRP of £32.99 (or I managed to pick one up for £25.99 at Zavvi) is a huge saving. You then get 3 high value titles (Little Big Planet, Motorstorm RC and WipeOut 2048) and 6 mini style vita games and 1 psp game. (the most addictive being the bizarre world of Frobisher Says) One downer is that several of these games included in the pack are actually already free to download on the Playstation store so putting them in the pack is a bit pointless if you ask me but they are free games so can't really complain either way. One extra little bonus and I haven't actually seen this mentioned anywhere (it isn't mentioned on the packaging or any websites I have seen) but when you redeem the code for Motorstorm RC, it also unlocks the PS3 as well as the Vita version which is a nice little touch (especially when they sync up and instantly become a double platinum) To sum up this pack, it is great value for money for new users to the vita brand but if you want my advice? Buy this and purchase a 32gb memory card, open this pack, take out the redemption code slip and sell the unopened 8gb memory card on (or save it for spare), that way you have got your 10 free games and actually have some memory to boot.
The Song Playstation Vita memory card are unarguably expensive, but in this pack you get some titles that justify the price point: Wipeout 2048 is in my opinion the best game in the bundle, stunning visual in this futuristic racing game. Little Big Planet is another strong title, it uses all the features of the vita to enhance your LBP experience, and you get tons of additional games and levels for free in internet which expand the repeatability of this title. As third I place motor storm which in my opinion is a really good simple racing game which reminds me some old school games. Frobisher says (which comes with the expansion) is a Warioware like game, little deviants is also a sort of mini games but a bit more articulated, both titles use all the vita features. You get also 2 PSP titles, Ratchet and Clank Size Matter's is a nice 3D arcade adventure, while Lemmings is just another iteration of this cool old game. Ecolibrium is a premium god game, this gives you some DLC for the game. The last two title are just casual game's that you probably won't play that much but since they are in the bundle you should give a try. TL;DR: great value in this bundle with at least 4 good titles and another 2 worthy. 8/10 would buy again.
Vita memory cards are disgustingly overpriced, which is one thing that puts a lot of people off the system. Here however you get an 8GB one (plenty of space - for a while), AND ten games. The games are of course digital, all under a single voucher code. Not all of them are winners, certainly (Hungry Giraffe is about as good as the name suggests), but there are some great ones in there. LittleBigPlanet has theoretically limitless replay value for example, and WipEout 2048 is a brilliant entry in the series - and is easily one of the best looking games on the Vita. The HD Adventures of Rotating Octopus Character is super simple and very, very addictive.