Wow, aren't we just letting out how we really feel today! I'm an American, and thus I feel slightly disappointed about the whole spiel, but I can shrug it off because a) I don't own a Vita, and won't anytime soon and b) a lot of the best PSone games that are available I already own because I bought them when they came out years ago. In the end, I think that North American consumers should just grin and bear it- a little patience goes a long way. Also, to the Europeans that are angry at the services their fellow gamers across the pond receive: it's not our fault that the big bad corporations like to constantly rain on your parade; please don't take the hate out on us. Sorry that you've been suffering- we can only wait to see what the future holds, right?
Right, because if we just "grin and bear it", corporations will just naturally understand how we feel and change their ways. Your approach is why things have gotten as messed up as they currently are. Also, since you have no intention of owning a Vita, your opinion is pretty worthless.
Whoa, what's with the hostility? I've gotten used to not always having things that I want here and now; like I said before: patience is a virtue. But if you're mad, that's cool anyway, because you're probably a PO'd Vita owner. If so, I understand, and I'll shrug off the insinuations.