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Nicaragua  +   548d ago
The WiiU gamepad actually comes in pretty handy in my house. My daughter is 5 and loves Mario but I didnt really want her sat in a room on her own playing video games so we have the WiiU in the living room. Sometimes we all play together as a family but if someone else wants to watch tv or a movie then she can carry on playing it as a handheld.

Now if i could do the same thing with a vita/ps3 then that would make my life complete.
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iamnsuperman  +   548d ago
Sony really needs to sort that out (if you haven't read my previous blog here about it; it is http://n4g.com/user/blogpos... )because the GOW collection remote play works so well. I am assuming they are waiting for E3 to announce the Gaikai thing but who knows.
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ElectricKaibutsu  +   548d ago
Interesting points, but what's the difference between what you're suggesting and a Vita doing remote play?
iamnsuperman  +   548d ago
It will be more standard. I agree the Vita could do these things for Sony games but to make it compatible for all games I feel it needs to be a standard (out of the box) feature and not just relying on you (the consumer) buying a vita separately. At the moment remote play requires patching so I assume it is up to third parties to do it not Sony and Sony seem reluctant to do it for their games as well which is just bizarre. If it is standard they are more likely to do it (especially if competitive games are doing it as well) because everyone has one who has a PS5/whatever
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lfclee  +   545d ago
I really enjoy using my pad with games like zombie u and mario also like checking out the Internet sometimes if my ipad 4 is on charge yeah I like the pad it's great .

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