Sony launched its latest handheld gaming device, PlayStation Vita in Japan on Saturday. Reuters reported on Tuesday that Sony sold around 321,000 units in two days which was way below its rival Nitendo Co. Ltd’s 3DS which sold more than 371,000 units in two days at the time of its debut.
Immediately after its launch, Sony faced series of complaints and error reports from its users for which it released an apology on its Japanese PlayStation site and a software upgrade to fix the issues like frozen displays, unresponsive touch screens and system crashes.
PlayStation Vita is well equipped with an intuitive touch interface, wide range of 24 games, impressive graphics, wireless connectivity and much more.
The PlayStation Vita will be launched in United States, Europe and Australia on Feb. 22 with a price tag of $249.99 for WiFi-only model and $ 299.99 for 3G version.