Now here is something that you might want to consider purchasing if you happen to live in Japan – the PS Vita Welcome Box, assuming that you do not already own the PS Vita in the first place. The PS Vita will be sold in a new ‘Welcome Box’ bundle in the Land of the Rising Sun, where players will be able to gain an instant window into games that are available in the region. Among the attached games include Dragon’s Dogma Quest, and a trial version of God Eater 2, just so that you know what you will be able to play right out of the box.
According to the folks over at DualShockers, the PS Vita Welcome box will be introduced across Japan from March 6, where it will retail for ¥20,454 yen a pop, and when one converts it to the US dollar, that roughly equals out to approximately $195. Do bear in mind that it will arrive in limited quantities, and it is a pretty decent bundle actually when you think about it, considering how the PS Vita as a standalone console costs ¥18,995. So what exactly do you get with the PS Vita Welcome Box? It comes with a PCH-2000 PS Vita console with an 8GB memory card, an AC adapter, the usual slew of stuff in the box, and pre-loaded software that comprises of God Eater 2 trial version, Soul Sacrifice Delta trial version, Terraria trial version, Joysound.TV Plus (free to play), Dragon’s Dogma Quest (free to play), Power Pro Stadium (free-to-play), and Music Unlimited.