PlayStation Vita Sells 321,407 Units in Two Days

Sony is off to a promising start with the PlayStation Vita in Japan. According to Famitsu (via Andriasang), 321,407 units were sold during the first two days of availability. This is nearly double what the PlayStation Portable sold in its first two days (166,074) and nearly as good as the Nintendo 3DS (371,326).

The PlayStation Vita is slated for a February 22, 2012 release in North America. It will be interesting to see how the U.S. launch compares to the Japanese one. Personally, I’m way more interested in the Vita’s launch than I was the 3DS’ launch. The initial software is just more interesting…and I have a soft spot in my heart for underdogs.

Any of you getting Vitamania yet? How do you think the Vita will fare outside of Japan? Are you surprised by the great success Sony has had with the Vita so far?

Source via Andriasang

Author: RPadTV

2 thoughts on “PlayStation Vita Sells 321,407 Units in Two Days”

  1. I'm not really surprised. Sony is much more popular in Japan due to the wildly popular franchises Monster Hunter and Final Fantasy, both of which have games coming for this system. It seems like every time a new Monster Hunter comes out in Japan, everyone buys another PSP.

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