I doubt anyone knows the answer to this, and I doubt there are many sources to even indicate, but I don't suppose people are willing to hazard a guess as to how much profit, if any, the Vita has made after all these years? I'm going to guess that, for the first few years, Sony lost money on the gizmo. They were investing on some high profile games i.e. Tearaway, Resistance, Uncharted, Killzone, Freedom Wars, all of which didn't pay off. However, after ending support via exclusive 1st party titles, I like to think that they've made small chunks of change from the continuous support of 3rd party developers. This particular column, written a year ago now, still seems to ring true. There are continuous sales for the Vita on PSN, indicating there are clearly people such as myself also dropping £5 here, £5 there on a regular basis, which must also account to a tidy amount of money. What do you guys think?