The PS Vita isn't dead in Japan. Yet. Kidding! (Well, sorta.) Earlier today, the PS Vita's Japan-only price cut went into effect. Along with the cheaper portable, Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus (and its limited edition pack) also went on sale.

Thus, there was a line at the Yodobashi in Tokyo's Akihabara. Granted, this doesn't mean there was a line at every store in Tokyo, but there was one at this particular retailer. According to Inside Games, eventually about a hundred people lined up.

Ninja Boobies and a Price Cut Help the PS Vita in Japan Look! Even an old man showed up. (Though, I'm assuming he wasn't waiting for Senran Kagura , but rather, just to get into the electronics store.)

So, if this proves anything, it's that cheaper hardware and ninja boobies will draw a line in Tokyo's geek district of Akihabara. Shocking!


新価格になったPS Vita、ヨドバシアキバ行列発生 ― 『閃乱カグラ』限定版目当ての方も [Inside Games]

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