3G or Not 3G? That is the PlayStation Vita Question

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With the North American release of Sony's next generation handheld a mere month away, commenter Yoshi Salcedo is wondering who is going with 3G and who is opting to purchase the less expensive Wifi-only version. We're kinda curious too.


So we're getting close to the PS Vita launch and I've always been wondering.

Which of the many of you Kotaku readers are getting the 3G version? Why? For me I've never seen 3G as something I'll ever need (honestly, I've never used 3G for the life of me).


(Editor's Note: We liked the question so much we made a poll.)

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The only shit you can really use the 3G service for is system-level functions and the web browser. It's not like you can use it to download games or DLC or play multiplayer...

Wi-Fi version all the way. I'll save the $50 and put it toward a memory card or an extra game. I won't miss 3G coverage at all, especially since I do the majority of my handheld gaming at home anyway.