This doesn't appear to be good news.
The PlayStation Vita was virtually nonexistent during Sony's E3 press conference last month, which is telling in and of itself.
But now, as reported by Hardcore Gamer , Sony's portable has suddenly become hard to come by. You can't really find it at some of the major retailers out there; all Vita models and packages, including the recently released Borderlands 2 bundle, are no longer available at Amazon, GameStop, Wal-Mart, or Target.
I noticed it myself when I was out and about a few days ago. Where once I saw Vitas I don't see them anymore. Is it already time to bid a bitter, disappointed goodbye to the handheld with the most potential any portable gaming unit has ever had? Or rather, is this just a lull, and Sony intends to keep pushing with a possible PS4/Vita bundle later this year?
What do you think?