'I would be pleased if we reached similar sales to Japan', claims SCEA chief

Sony is upbeat on early sales data for its handheld PS Vita, the console giant’s SCEA boss has said.
Jack Tretton told IGN that he was “very, very positive” about the sales of the portable hardware and its peripherals and software.

“Memory is going out the door very aggressively despite the fact that memory is in a lot of the presale bundles,” said Tretton.
“The software appears to be selling quite well top to bottom."
The Sony boss also claimed that he would be pleased if Vita sold as well in the US as it had done in Japan, which he said had sold 500,000 units in three weeks after its launch in December.