Sony Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai said on Thursday that its new gaming device Vita was mostly selling in line with its expectations, though in some places it was off the pace. Vita hit the stores earlier this year, the latest in a line of mobile gaming gadgets in the spirit of Nintendo’s Game Boy and Atari’s Lynx, but some analysts have questioned whether there is room for such a device in a market increasingly dominated by games played on smartphones and tablets. “Worldwide, the Vita is pretty much along where we would expect it to be, maybe trending behind in certain territories,” Hirai told Reuters. Read the full story at Reuters.
Sony CEO says Vita gaming sales near expectations
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