no one cares. >:-D
sony should have launched this console-slash-soon-to-be-glorified-input-device-for-ps4-like-the-ones-in-wiiu at a cheaper price.
it's fate is sealed as sony's alternative joystick for ps4 and prolly competition for ms kinect.
okay... i can't edit my previous post so here goes the addendum:
i care about psv! enough to post! twice!
moar price drops plz. tegra3 doesn't have much life in it i.e. not suitable for long lifecycles. nvidia didn't design it that way.
I remember when the first PS came out and about all they had going for it was a crap ton of games, a few turned out to be good, a lesser few turned out to be great, but it was the sheer number that impressed me. Hoping they do another Parasite Eve some day. They've rebooted so much crap...
I've always been a fan of Sony gaming device. I've owned a PS1, PS2, PS3, and a PSP. So far, the Vita is only the one I haven't considered on getting and I don't see myself doing so anytime soon as well.
There's just..... no games to look forward to with it. I remember spending over 2000 hours on the PSP due to its huge arsenal of great games. -_-
PSV is definitely a good gaming console, but like nearly everyone has said, theres just not many good games on it. I feel the main problem with this console is the lack of original IPs. the original PSP also had this problem because aside from Patapon, there were no other notable original IPs on the system. Sony and publishers would be better off not porting over established franchises. walking dead and frozen synapse are great games, but many of the people interested in those games already have them.
bring over some good new IPs and I will consider buying. however with this big games problem this console has, if you are considering getting one and are also considering getting a ps4, it might be a good investment.
Glad to see that the Vita might just pull through. If they can get some decent AAA games for it then I'll definitely get one. Remote Play with the PS4 was the first big hook for the Vita for me, and then they announced the price drop, another plus. Now I just need some good Vita games and I'm sold.
[citation][nom]janetonly42[/nom]This is still for sale too, Smart Phones signaled the end of dedicated hand held s.[/citation]
For the casual games sure, but very few hardcore games smart phones and tablets deliver
and when they do the controls are awful. Handhelds are by far the superior device to game on because they are specifically aimed towards such.
With the Vita you get Persona 4, Marvel Vs Capcom 3, Metal Gear Solid HD Collection
With the 3DS you get Ocarina of Time, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Resident Evil: Revelations
With Smartphones/tablets you get what? Can you even name one game that can compare to the ones above and has great controls? The fact is no one who likes more serious gaming whether it be deep game-play, story telling, or any of the big appeals of good modern
games would prefer a phone or tablet over a dedicated handheld console. The market is still there and it will continue to be there.