During TGS Sony announced a range of memory cards for its upcoming portable gaming system, the PlayStation Vita. Though many of us are accustomed to this mode of storage, having owned PSPs in the past, the ludicrous pricing had a number of prospective customers frustrated, a 32G card currently billed at £80.
Though we expect third party manufacturer’s and card adapters to make the storage process much more affordable, for some PlayStation Vita game there will be an option to keep save data on the game card itself.
Square’s Army Corps of Hell is the first title we know of to sports this cost-effective feature. When quizzed over the memory card icon printed on the game’s cover, the official ACoH Twitter was quick to reply and the image was amended.
It’s worth taking note that this feature only applies to a retail, physical copy of the game; downloading Army Corps of Hell in itself is due to eat up at least 2GB of memory.