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PlayStation Vita Hits 1.4 Million Units Sold Worldwide

PlayStation Vita Hits 1.4 Million Units Sold Worldwide

by Greg DeVriesMarch 13, 2012

Good news, everybody! The PlayStation Vita is doing alright! The new handheld from Sony has reached a total of 1.4 million units sold worldwide, despite a slow initial launch in Japan and the United States. Europe, on the other hand, is a different story. The Vita has done quite well in Europe, outselling the 3DS. A fairly strong launch lineup has helped, titles like FIFA Football and Uncharted: Golden Abyss has helped sell consoles. Uncharted in particular has done very well. Time will tell how this new handheld does in the long run. A steady supply of strong titles could make the Vita a strong success for Sony. Time will tell.

Source: Gamestation

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A gamer since the SNES days, Greg enjoys games of all genres and styles, but is most at home with games where you level up or jump on enemies' heads. Also, games with swords are pretty great, too. A strong proponent of the underdog, he won't shy away from giving any indie game a try. Greg divides his free time between playing video games, visiting the comic book store, and taking care of his two Pembroke Welsh Corgi's, Quinn and Reilly. Steam: theindiegeek Xbox Live: TheMarchedHare