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#129281 9-Sep-2013 16:51
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Original box. Bought from Noel Leemings.

4Gb Sd Card
Uncharted Golden Abyss
LBP Vista
Sly Cooper Thieves in Time

About 5 months. I don't play it anywhere near enough to warrant keeping it

$400 will ship for free too.

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  #892225 9-Sep-2013 16:51
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.

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  #892392 9-Sep-2013 22:01
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I'm not interested in this, as I just bought a vita earlier today, but you might want to look at the retail prices at the moment. The RRP of the vita has been brought down to $330, as of earlier this month, and Mightyape has it for $298 + a free game (Uncharted is available in this deal), Mightyape has Sly Cooper for $40.99, Jbhifi has Little Big Planet for $38.98, Noel leeming has a 4GB memory card for $24.99, so you can get it all retail for $402.96.


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  #892395 9-Sep-2013 22:14
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Seeing that PS4 will have Remote Play to the core, and PS Vita 2000 has just been announced, and PS Vita 1000 had price cut quite recently.

I got my PS Vita 3G+WiFi for NZ$299 about a month ago from The Warehouse, this is when the WiFi model is priced at NZ$449 (ridiculous?!)

I'm all set for PS4 Remote Play :-) The PS Vita 2000 announcement didn't really hurt me much except the new model will have micro-USB instead of the proprietary port, and more colour options.

No mention of 3G/LTE model, and LCD (2000) instead of OLED (1000).

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  #892810 10-Sep-2013 16:09
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Price lowered to $350

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