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Submitted by twin_rotary 846d ago | opinion piece

The PS Vita - What Went Right & What Went Wrong

Darrin from PS3Blog.net writes:

Sony massively overestimated the appetite for downports of hit PS3/360 action games. The action game fanbase is tired of PS3/360 hardware and is eager for new consoles and newer devices with dramatically better technology. Taking mass market favorites like CoD and Assassin’s Creed and cutting down the already aging graphics and frame rates and game complexity and giving them a baby experience of the real game is just a losing proposition. (PS Vita)

sdozzo  +   845d ago
Copy. Paste.
nugnugs  +   845d ago
The title is written in past tense "what went wrong" etc..
Has the Vita died then? I love mine and am excited for P4, Killzone and Guilty Gear.
It may have been a slow start, but were at the beginning, not the end. Berk.

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