With America and Europe both selling less than 10k PSVs weekly, you have to be in as much denial as Sony to think a price cut isn't needed. People won't pay the price Sony has set for the system + memcard; it's a reality~.
true , I was trying to make my friend buy PSV and after taking him to the store myself he stopped from buying the Vita simply after taking a long look at the games and the after checking the upcoming games and more important because the very overpriced memory card + the system itself overpriced too especially the unknown future of the PSV it might turn to be a PS4 accessory especially now that we don't know any good upcoming titles other then SS and KZ , although I wish that he bought a PSV but at same time I don't blame him for not buying one
1. Stop being a fanboy and hating on other systems i.e. the 3ds and the 360
2. How the system does in Japan is irrevelant in terms of getting games that north american consumers want to play.
The psp sold well in Japan and there were alot of game developers in that are, who made games ex. Monster Hunter that the psp owners over there loved. Over here in north america though most psp owners don't enjoy those types of games so by the end of its life cycle people were saying that the psp had a terrible game library. So having good sales is Japan isn't going to translate to good sales here.
The PSV has about 3 or 4 more games coming in Japan the next four weeks, after that and considering the 3DS is getting some heavyweight titles for the Japanese market I expect it to drop between 20k ~ 30k a week, which is still really good, mind you. But more software is needed~.