Just a FYI, the max total number of bubbles (apps/games/vids/etc...) that the PS Vita will support is 100 on a card, regardless of the free space. If you put more than 100 items on a card, you will have to delete items to get down below 100 before you can use any of them. Makes 2 16GB cards possibly a better choice.
Give me something worth reading, and I'll take you up on that. But really, you should quit insulting people.
Please... please stop, for your own sake.
I'll go over the course of events of what just happened:
1) MusicComposer incorrectly tried to fix someone else's grammar. They said the word should be "it's", when in fact it should have been what it originally was: "its".
2) I replied to him saying how asinine that was, correctly implying MusicComposer was wrong.
3) You made a post incorrectly implying I was somehow wrong in my understanding of grammar. You didn't read posts properly and incorrectly jumped the gun at trying to be right. You were actually only echoing my post, while under the belief of being in disagreement with me.
4) I pointed this out, asking you to please re-read the posts in this thread. You clearly did not, or not well enough, because you're still having the same problem.
The only insult going on in this thread is from you, towards your own intelligence.
Lmao. So glad I got that price match from Best Buy when Sony had it on sale for around $60. Spent $33 at GameStop, traded the games into Best Buy, and used that trade in credit to cover the price of the card.
If it was priced normally like $30 or less, then people will buy this and buy more content from psn. Sony seems to not understand this.
Exactly. Why would you want to make it MORE DIFFICULT for me to purchase your products? Have the special card format to prevent pirating, and then make it inexpensive so I can buy more games. I've NOT bought games because I would have to uninstall something I was still playing.
While it's naive to think that this is not about money at all, the overarching principle of high-priced memory cards is to curb piracy.
Look at what happened with the PSP. Once the cheap, 3rd-party memory became available, the hacking community went nuts, and ultimately led to the PSP's demise. Sony does not want this happening to the Vita, and has kept card prices high and monopolized in an effort to keep them from the general public; the cheaper the cards, the more likely hackers are to get their hands dirty in the system and start prying it open.
PS: wow, MusicComposer is a failure at grammar. Stick to music, bud
You overestimate the presence of trolls and underestimate the presence of dumb people. Defining something in this manner is a reduction towards simplicity and absurdity, allowing stupid people to hide behind a concept of "intentional stupidity" instead of forcing them to become educated. Equal is defining everything that challenges you as "a joke".
Well I guess you are part of the minority we call trolls then ehh?
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