Originally Posted by pjb16
So use a bigger memory card? You're not restricted to a 4GB card if you use the physical version of games.
If you prefer to have all your games available in one place, I understand that preference, but not how the hassle of changing games is affected by memory card size. In either case you could just get the largest memory card, and you could likely fit more game saves on a memory card than you could full games and saves.
I'm pretty sure tgable is referring to the physical size of the game cartridges (though not as tiny as the memory cards, they are still pretty small and the slot cover seems kind of fiddly).
My initial plan was to download all my games, but I'm now reconsidering. Although, I don't trade in games, I do lend them out to my nephews. On my ps3, I generally only play one game at a time, with some casual gaming (tetris, superstardust) intermixed. It might be better to buy the physical versions of the bigger, console-like titles and download the bite-sized casual games. I like the idea of having most of my games on one memory card, but it might not be that practical.
Here's an early build of MK vita.