Will Sony's handheld PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 work together to do things you've only dreamed of? Well, hopefully.
Yes again only this time will make a tighter ecosystem sure the psp and ps3 underdelivered but this ps4 and vita combo will make it up I already see it in the ps3 and vita combo to me I see it as an intro of things to come
I think the ps vita & ps3 will have a price cut coming soon not because its a bad system but because it will make more sense if sony plans on making the vita & ps4 capable of what i think they are aiming to do with these 2 systems. The more ppl that can get their hands on the ps vita then sony can showcase why they both come hand n hand. I think E3 will show a bit more.
I'm still waiting to play Killzone 3 on my psvita, until i dont see it i wont believe it, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice... , sometimes sony promises things they dont deliver so this remote thing im not believing it that much.
Judgubg by this being tagged into the Wii U section, I can already tell what type of article it is. The stangest thing is how so many people on n4g bash dual screen play but suddenly praise it where Sony and Vita are concerned much like how they bashed the Wii-mote but praised Move. Its so asinine.
The ice cream cone controller known as the Move is a joke strait up. Sony should focus primarily on traditional core gaming and just let Nintendo do the motion control thing because so far there has been 0 compelling software that supports it. Also after watching the PS4 Move demo where you can make penis sculptures in your living room or make dolls dance or just flail your arms to play invisible instruments its safe to assume that isn't going to change much next gen.
Th applications- in both cases- are VERY different, even if the basics are generally the same. The Vita is, in theory, capable of EVERYTHING the Wii U's pad is capable of(except rumble, if that's in there). It will likely have some latency, but because it's an independent device, it can do its own processing. In fact, because it's a standalone device, this means you can take the Vita outside your home and still have access to the same features- most notably off-screen play- wherever you happen to be. Not saying one is better than the other, but they're designed for different things, entirely. As for the Wiimote versus the Move, the main reasons are because the Move wasn't MANDATORY, and it was more precise and had more core applications out of the box. If dual screen gets bashed, it's because that's the primary draw to the system. For PS4 and Vita, it's a bonus. The same with the Wiimote. Kinda natural that core gamers would be more against one than the other.
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