After a shaky start in Japan, Sony seems to be satisfied with the sales of the PSP’s style-savvy successor, the Playstation Vita. (That’s a whole lot of S’s.)
Sony reported today that over 1.2 million Vitas have sold worldwide, supplemented heavily by boosts in the American and European markets. Many were concerned with the system after the seemingly-poor reception the system had in Japan, but perhaps things will shape up after all for the handheld underdog.
Nintendo has had a commanding hold over the handheld gaming market, recently sharing space with Apple and its iPod, but with 25 titles already released and another 70 in development, the Vita may very well prove a force to be reckoned with.