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File Sizes For Sony's Vita Launch Titles Revealed

Better get that 16GB card, chaps.

We’ve had a few people asking about which Vita memory card to get when the system launches over here in the UK, and we’ve just got the initial batch of first party games through, which should go some way to illustrate just how large these games can be.

Here’s a quick list:

  • WipEout 2048: 1.6GB
  • Reality Fighters: 670MB
  • Uncharted: Golden Abyss: 3.3GB
  • Everybody’s Golf 6: 1.2GB
  • ModNation Racers: 1.4GB
  • Little Deviants: 1GB

That’s over 9GB if you’re just picking up the download versions of Sony’s first party retail games, so you can see that it’s the 16GB that you should be aiming at along with the console itself. Of course, all of the above can be bought on cartridge, and you’ll just need a card big enough to store saved games and patches.

We’ll have reviews of all these games starting very soon indeed.

Please note that the sizes may be subject to change.

  1. MXZ
    Since: Jul 2010

    So i cant get every game at launch?
    thats a shame.

    oh well, ill just get WipeOut and Uncharted

    it will still be a hefty investment but hey, this is my big 17th birthday present so i think its okay.
    (and ill get a job soon enough, don’t worry)

    Comment posted on 13/01/2012 at 21:00.
  2. Mr-Flame-Head
    Since: Mar 2009

    does anybody know what the sizes are for the ar games that will be available on launch?

    Comment posted on 14/01/2012 at 18:33.
  3. TomTom27
    Since: Jan 2012

    Has anyone managed to find out why the UK/EU isn’t getting the 32GB memory card at launch.
    I have tried asking on the official blog and twitter but I’m not getting a response.

    Comment posted on 15/01/2012 at 12:37.
    • Mr-Flame-Head
      Since: Mar 2009

      from what i understand were only getting 4, 8 and 16gb memory cards at launch

      Comment posted on 20/01/2012 at 09:18.
  4. gaffers101
    Since: Oct 2008

    I won’t be getting a Vita on day one so I’ll wait and see how price and availability changes over the first few months.

    Comment posted on 15/01/2012 at 17:40.

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