PS Vita suffering bugs, Sony says sorry
Sony has apologised to Japanese gamers after many people who bought the PS Vita reported unresponsive touchscreens and freezing issues with the new handheld.
The electronics giant has issued an apology and already released a software update for the PS Vita which should deal with issues such as data retrieval issues, unresponsive touchscreens, failing PSN account registration as well as freezing and power problems.
Sony has also posted a troubleshooting guide on the Japanese PlayStation Blog to help Vita gamers overcome the issues they are experiencing alongside the release of the software update.
The PS Vita has managed to sell over 320,000 units in its first two days on sale in Japan.
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