Awesome! Thanks for the tip.eVoL wrote:Sub, Dragons Crown vita is £12 this week. Think you were looking for it?
I went from "how ridiculous" to "I want 50 bucks!"Specifically, the FTC alleged that SCEA advertised false claims about the Vita's "cross platform gaming" ability, the Vita's "cross-save" feature and the Vita's "remote play" capabilities. As most Vita owners likely know, none of these features lived up to Sony's advertisements. In fact, without CFW, the number of PS3 titles that have been available for remote play is laughable.
According to the FTC's press release from this morning, it appears SCEA and the FTC have reached a settlement agreement. The terms of the settlement agreement are as follows:
SCEA is barred from making similarly misleading advertising claims in the future.
SCEA will provide customers who bought a PS Vita before June 1, 2014 either $25 cash or credit refund, or a $50 merchandise voucher for select video games, and/or services.
Apparently Sony will provide notice via email to the consumers who are eligible for redress once the settlement between SCEA and the FTC is finalized. Upon reading this news I tried to remember when I purchased my Vita I found my Vita receipt and I purchased it in February of 2012.
Subway Diet wrote:And, to top it off, while I was playing I found a rather deep scratch on the screen!
I keep the damn thing in a soft case, so it's not like I'm being rough with it. Only thing I can think of is that the awful, scratchy power cable might have rubbed against it at some point.
Ugh. Curse my hubris for not replacing the screen protector.
Hmm... nah.eVoL wrote:VitaTV is now £45
Worth it now I thinks.....
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