Honestly Meleefags are some of, if not, the worst "competitive" group out there. Where as fans of other games can actually adapt to new mechanics without bitching and mastering them, meleefags can't seem to get past muh speed and muh "physics".
I think going "nuclear" is a bit of an exaggeration, but I do find it funny how the guy doesn't care about any of the Fire Emblem characters making it back into Smash. He's kinda like you in that regard in not wanting Mewtwo to make a comeback into the series since everyone protects him like it's their first-born child. Although even that guy actually seems to be one of those so-called "Mewtwo defenders".
Ah, I see. I agree with you. If you were already aware about that, then you’re probably also aware that Blu-Ray discs spin at a slower rate than a DVD disc, hence the mandatory installs in the PS3/PS4 and probably even the Xbox ONE since it also uses that format now. I never really saw a point to the way Sony prices their PS Vita memory cards like they do. As for a possible reason, Sony probably learned another thing from Microsoft with how they priced and made their hard drives for the Xbox 360 proprietary at the time. Sony probably just thought to themselves “Hey! These guys are doing it so let’s do it, too! Since we’re the only ones making them we can control the price, as well as how we market them since we don’t have any competitors.” The thing about a PS+ subscription is that those supposed “free” games are only playable as long as you have a recurring PS+ subscription. If you don’t, then they’re just taking up unwanted space on the system. In other words, and even with the annual subscription fee included, they are “free” games with strings attached.
That's because Sony has made their own proprietary memory card format for the PS Vita this time around. When everyone and their dog could make SD Cards before for the PSP when it was around. Sandisk, Sony, etc. I have a friend who has a 64GB memory card which they still haven't finished filling up with games and stuff. They had a 16GB PS Vita memory card before, but because they were mostly going digital that filled up quick. By the way, the only three digital PS Vita games I know of that takes up the most space are Final Fantasy X-2, Borderlands 2 and Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment. I know that you're probably not going to play any of those but I'm just putting it out there. I currently still have a 4GB memory card which I've been able to have 17+ physical PS Vita games on it because a physical game only takes up kilobytes or megabytes on an install. If you plan on buying up more than a few digital games then I might suggest the 32GB. If not, then I'd say just go with a 16GB. 64GB would be your best bet but knowing the price it's not all that cheap for a memory card.