At the Inorbit mall in Malad today, Sony oficially unveiled their latest handheld console, the PlayStation Vita. Atindriya Bose, Country Manager of PlayStation India was on site giving the audience a lowdown on what to expect. Also present at the event were a bunch of models that entered stage in an auto-rickshaw. Wait, what?!

I’m not really sure what the theme was over here, but gamers were given a chance to try out the console while lying on a hospital bed or sitting in a bathtub flanked by a model clad only in her bathrobe. And hey, no event is complete without someone dressed as a hot nurse right?

The Vita enters India

The Vita enters India

So anyway, WTF moments aside, the Vita is now officially available in India in two models. You have the Wi-fi only variant for Rs. 19,990 and the Wi-fi and 3G model for Rs. 24,990. Software available at launch include first as well as third party games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Wipeout 2048, Reality Fighters, Little Deviants, ModNation Racers, Everybody’s Golf, Hustle Kings, Top Darts, FIFA, Ridge Racer, Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus and lots more.

We’ve reviewed the Vita a while back and are pretty happy with what it brings to the table. The price however is still a sore point as it’s costlier than a brand new PS3. Stay tuned to Tech2 for the next few weeks as we bring you a barrage of Vita reviews.

Publish date: February 24, 2012 9:22 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 9:41 pm

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