The first batch of PS Vita's have suffered from tons of problems, and Sony have issued a statement regarding the problems, check it out inside........
"The PlayStation Vita has just barely hit the market in Japan, and it's already off to a rocky start with consumers. Only a matter of hours after the first unit was sold, users started complaining of software bugs, unresponsive touchscreens and complete system freezes.
It's actually quite normal for new consoles to have a rough first few days with their new owners, but the speed at which it went from a few folks complaining of poor performance to a firestorm of furious customers flooding Twitter was quite surprising.
Strangely enough, Sony must have been aware that some of these issues still lurked inside their latest portable gaming hardware, as the company has already issued a public apology and a software update.
Hopefully most of the kinks will be worked out by the time the handheld hits stateside -- we're not sure how forgiving American gamers will be when faced with the lag."
So don't worry about these problems affecting your US/European Playstation Vita as software update 1.51 will fix these problems.
Is this Sony being lazy? Or did they genuinely not see these problems coming? Let us know in the comments below!