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Sony PlayStation Vita Memory Card 64GB (PCH-Z641J)

Platform : PlayStation Vita
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4.4 out of 5 stars 179 customer reviews

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  • Platform: PlayStation Vita
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00F27JGVA
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 0.5 x 13.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,222 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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PlayStationVita Memory Card


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okay, this memory card is expensive but if you have PS Plus which gives you free games each month, this is a must have.
I originally had the 8GB and upgraded to the 32GB which I had for around a year, I accidentally saw this 64GB version and instantly got one, selling my others on eBay to pay for the bulk of this new one.
I have no regrets, no performance issues, load times and everything is exactly the same.
I recommend you back-up your Vita to a computer or PS3 to save a lot of time re-downloading your games to the new card, if you have a PS3, Its quicker to download new or already purchased games from your history on to that and transfer them to your Vita.
I learnt this the hard way after waiting days for games to download direct to the Vita and deciding to do this.
If you can't back the Vita to a PS3 or Computer, make sure you save your game saves to PlayStation plus too, that way you can pick up where you left off on the new memory card.
I have virtually my whole library of PS Plus & PS One classics downloaded to this 64GB memory card, we can only be hopeful that they release a 120GB version.
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I started off life with my vita a couple of years back. I purchased an 8gb memory thinking it would be enough. And it would have been apart from one thing. I am a playstation plus subscriber that quickly fills up that space with free games, and games from PS Store. Some games are 1gb, some games are even 3gb installs(final fantasy 10 remaster helped itself (even though I had the physical copy of the game) to an eye watering 3.5gb. Lego games eg Lego batman etc 1.2-1.5gb, and you can see how quickly space runs out! I plumped for a 16gb memory card a few months back (big mistake!) after 3-4 months of downloading games, themes and apps I ran out of space AGAIN! So I bypassed the 32gb and went straight for this 64gb model. You plug your vitas USB lead into a PC, load content manager (on vita screento backup everything on your old smaller card. Turn off the vita and replace the old memory card with the new one. Turn the Vita back on and load content manager(on vita screen) and copy all of your old stuff back on again. These cards are a huge ripoff to corner the market and dictate prices but wish I'd just got the 64gb card first. I have 20 or so big games installed, several indie titles, a little music, some new apps and a theme. I still have 30.03gb left! That's brilliant. For light users who don't pay for Playstation plus go the 4gb or 8gb to cover yourself. Medium users 16gb,32gb. And for a heavy use gamer like myself. I have another 5 vita games on order this week, and I will download the plus titles next month too.
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Great card at a fairly-for-Sony reasonable price. I don't have to remember what 8 or 16GB card has my stuff on it anymore. Also very easy now to download the monthly free games off PSN to such a large card. Careful taking it in and out of the PSV slot as you can touch the contacts and maybe cause damage to it.
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Still not big enough (128Gb minimum is required in my opinion) and only lasted 10 Months. Everything is corrupted and it won't format.

Going to contact seller as I believe there is a 2 year EU warranty on electrical stuff, this hasn't even lasted 12 months. Worst thing is that 84 Hours of Disagree 2 down the drain, now that's actually a cost of about £1,500, but I suppose it's not really work. :)
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By laserdude TOP 500 REVIEWER on 31 Mar. 2016
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The 64GB PSVita memory card is currently the highest capacity card available (as of FEB-2016). Sony use their own propriety design, so they are all made by Sony to the same standard. Given that WiFi speeds are so high nowadays, I prefer to download games - this makes the 64GB card invaluable, as I can get a lot of games onto a single disc for convenience.

The build quality is very good and the read and write speeds are high enough to play games smoothly.
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My son is able to put all his games on his Vita at long last. The 8Gb card charge that ships with the Vita- is a miserably small card from Sony- and it will frustrate users. If you're buying a Vita- buy a large capacity memory card at the same time- however- the major downside to this- is the frankly ridiculous price these cards cost.

Note- Sony have decreed that only proprietary cards will work in the Vita. I could write my thoughts on this here- however, I'm sure Amazon would censor the expletives I'd be using...........
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I bought this as I own a Vita but was constantly having to delete and re-download games on a smaller card. This has solved all my problems. I now have loads of PS+ games on the card and it's not half full.
It's a poor show from Sony as it has to be a Vita card, not a similar, cheaper card, but if you want to take advantage of PS+ and the fact that Sony is reducing the number of hard copy games fir Vita, it's a must.
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Had no problems so far, running several games on it fine with my Ps Plus games that I downloaded. I bought it because the 16gb was a bit small, well wanted to avoid having tons of game cards everywhere in case I lose them so thought made sense to get a bigger card.
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