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16 May 2018, 03:21 | Dale Webster
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Eventually, the system would be given new life thanks to its PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Plus support but with Nintendo dominating the handheld market once again with the Nintendo Switch the PS Vita's is likely reaching its end.
This is not to say that there are no new games for the PS Vita.
In a message to developers, Sony has stated that it plans to stop producing PS Vita game cartridges, according to a report from Kotaku.
After nearly 7 years in the market, Sony's ill-fated portable console, PlayStation Vita, continues to slowly advance toward what will be the end of its cycle and a few moments ago important information was revealed that has to do with its games in the physical edition. Publishers have just a little over a month to submit requests for product codes with final purchase orders needing to be placed by February of next year.
With Sony's fiscal year ending on March 31, 2019, that's not a lot of time for Vita developers to get their games ready.
I hope you'll join me in dusting off your PlayStation Vita for one more round, to toast an old friend that did the best it could.
The PlayStation Vita, which was launched in North America in early 2012, failed to rise from the shadows of the Nintendo 3DS and mobile games.
PlayStation Vita, Sony's dying portable gaming console, is another step closer to its deathbed. During the handheld consoles first week of sales, Sony shifted 500,000 units in Japan and the USA combined. On top of that, Sony's decision to release a personalized memory card with a hefty price tag made the system much more expensive than it originally was.
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