The PlayStation Vita first edition bundle comes out in North America today. Naturally, the PlayStation Store has a bevy of digital Vita games in its update this week. 17 different Vita games are available to download right now, most at a discounted price. All first party games, including Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational, ModNation Racers: Road Trip, and Wipeout 2048 are 10% off. Ubisoft has also discounted their games 10% as well, including Rayman Origins and Lumines: Electronic Symphony. Be warned that some of the discounted digital versions aren't actually cheaper than their retail counterparts when you do some math. A 32GB memory card for the Vita costs $99.99, or roughly $3 per GB. Uncharted is a 2.7GB download, which comes out to about $8.10 in space. The digital copy costs $45.99 + $8.10 for the space = $54.09. The retail version only costs $49.99 with a 64MB install required, which is about $.20 in space, adding up to $50.19. The math only gets worse when you buy smaller memory cards because they cost more per GB than the larger cards. It's not the case with all games, but the larger the downloaded game is, the more likely it is that the retail version is actually cheaper. Also included in the update is the free copy of Far Cry 2 for PlayStation Plus members we talked about a couple of weeks ago. Click the source link below to check out the full update.