The PlayStation Vita may already have a price set in the US and Europe, but Australian pricing still remains a mystery. Sony's local operations, however, have given a big hint as to what the possible cost of the new portable will be.
Sony Computer Entertainment Australia and New Zealand head Michael Ephraim said while most local gamers tend to look toward US pricing as an indicator, the unit's European pricing is a much more accurate gauge of how much the Vita will cost in Australia. The Vita is priced at 249.99 euros for the Wi-Fi model, while 3G will cost 299.99 euros. At today's conversion rate, that will roughly equate to A$340 and A$407, respectively.