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How much would be a typical value for a PS Vita? I have one laying around and I'd be willing to sell if I can make a decent amount of money from it.
 
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I noticed on eBay they're selling for around £80 or converted around $110. But obviously it depends on what model you've got & if there's any accessories to go with it.
 
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I noticed on eBay they're selling for around £80 or converted around $110. But obviously it depends on what model you've got & if there's any accessories to go with it.
I'd have to look at the model later but I've got a few games, although they aren't the best or anywhere close to being new releases.
 
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I'd have to look at the model later but I've got a few games, although they aren't the best or anywhere close to being new releases.
I'm pretty big into the Vita, if you sent me some more information I could probably give you an estimate on how much you could get for the Vita and whatever games/accessories you have for it.
 
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Probably less then $100 ebay, Or $50-$75 craigslist. Its sorta a dead console.
 
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Probably less then $100 ebay, Or $50-$75 craigslist. Its sorta a dead console.
There's nothing dead about the Vita. It has a very active community and userbase, and it's more popular than ever thanks to HENkaku.
 
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There's nothing dead about the Vita. It has a very active community and userbase, and it's more popular than ever thanks to HENkaku.
Really? Guess its found new life in the modding community. I bought it a year or so after launch and things felt pretty dead even then, at that time it was hard to mod because all we had was ps store exploits on a few games. I eventually sold mine off and heard shortly later that sony was supporting it even less then they did before and havent heard much since. Might have to pick one up again and read over the modding tutorials.
 
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Really? Guess its found new life in the modding community. I bought it a year or so after launch and things felt pretty dead even then, at that time it was hard to mod because all we had was ps store exploits on a few games. I eventually sold mine off and heard shortly later that sony was supporting it even less then they did before and havent heard much since. Might have to pick one up again and read over the modding tutorials.
Again, while the modding has boosted the Vita's popularity, it was never "dead" before that. Dead here, yes, but go take a stroll by thevitalounge where there's plenty of active Vita users for 2 years now or something like that. Just because you didn't take the time to find other Vita users doesn't mean it is or ever was dead.

Anyways, let's keep this thread on track, please.
 

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