>all these ports
>sony fag so deprived of games they accept them
>MLB:The Show 15 to Vita
>Geometry Wars 3 to Vita
>Bastion to Vita
>Need For Speed:Most Wanted free for limited time for 20th Anniversary
>Shovel Knight to Vita
>Suikoden 1 & 2 to Vita on December 9th (NA)
>TowerFall Ascension to Vita
>Octodad: Dadliest Catch to Vita
>Super Time Force Ultra to Vita
>The Banner Saga to Vita
>Resident Evil: Revelations 2 to Vita
>Broken Age to Vita
>Grim Fandango Remastered on Jan 27th
>Day of the Tentacle: Special Edition
It's times like this it feels good to be a vita owner.
I want to sell my vita and buy the playstion tv since I never use my vita outside my home and don't like the analog sticks on it. Is the ps tv decent to play on or should I stick with the vita?
lmao Vita is STILL not worth owning. Does Sony not care?
I just bought a Vita, it should arrive around Christmas. To me it's worth owning for Persona since I haven't played it, Freedom Wars, Akiba's Trip, and a few other games. It don't have an incredibly large library, but I'm getting near enough the amount of games I have for my 3DS.
I'd just hold onto the vita and just save up for it. It's not that pricey and you can ad hoc multiplayer your digital titles. Wouldn't have to worry that much about compatibility since you can always play those unpatched ones on your vita.
I wasn't expecting anything from this conference. At least I have my niche games.
Do you understand the reason of handhelds?
Ports are the exact opposite of good for a handheld. When a portable system tries to mimic a console, the experience is usually very worse. That's why the PSP and Vita were so terrible when put side to side to the DS and 3DS: while the producers wanted to bring new stuff for the Nintendo devices, you only had the exact same experiences from PS2/PS3 with Sony, but worse.