Sadly though, like the early support from first-party developers and Sony, sales for the PS Vita declined in the second week by as much as 78% in Japan, while USA monthly sales fell to between 30,000 and 50,000. Since then though, the Vita has become a haven for smaller indie games.
Sony plans to end the production of Vita game cards by the end of the fiscal year 2018 in Europe and North America.
Sony set a deadline of June 28, 2018 for all product code requests, with a February 15, 2019 cutoff for final purchase orders.
Not that the Vita has really seen a lot of games get released physically over the years, save for some limited releases.
After Dust Storm In Delhi, MeT Department Issues Fresh Thunderstorm Alert
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had said that the thunderstorm will continue for the next 48 to 72 hours. One person was injured in Dwarka while two persons sustained minor injuries in west Delhi during the storm.
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The Honor 10 is practically just a cheaper Huawei P20
The device comes to India in Midnight Black and Phantom Blue color variants , while it launched in four color variants in Europe. The main camera is capable of recording native 4k videos at 30fps and can also shoot slow-motion 720p videos at 960fps.
Thus, a new decision from Sony closes more the panorama for PS Vita, a console that will stop having monthly games, along with PlayStation 3, in the PlayStation Plus service in March 2019.
The PlayStation Vita has been overlooked by many handheld console fans, particularly because of its lack of games to buy. The handheld was said to bring console gaming on the go and had an wonderful PS4 remote play feature which I personally still use and still works great.
Unfortunately, the successor to the PSP was met with a less than stellar reception from fans and Sony scaled back support and the development of AAA titles for the Vita. Sony made things worse by making the portable console only support expensive proprietary memory cards and giving the system a price tag higher than what many gamers would pay.
This doesn't mean that games will no longer be available on the Vita though; they'll just be available entirely through digital distribution.