"Ubisoft officially announces Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Sony placing the Vita’s fate within the hands of the PlayStation 4, and Crytek turns heads with statement regarding the dissolve of single-player experiences."
I really do hope the Vita can find its way back on track
I just want to see Sony actually pull it off, that'd be very impressive if they could achieve this technology with every PlayStation 4 release!
i know that ubisoft is cooking something for the vita. as far as i remember they announced ac3l for vita last e3 so we can expect the same for this coming e3 ubisoft bring 6 vita games last year tecmo bring 3 games and will become 4 this month cuz of doa5 konami bring 3 games to vita as well last year so tell me are developers/publishers from the west arent supporting the vita? besides xseed will bring ys and valhalla knights 3 this year aksyss is bringing muramasa and guilty gear also this year yeah no support right?
Doesn't look good for the vita right now. I don't see people purchasing both ps4 + vita, and then memory cards too. Sony has to either drop the price in the US or include vita in a ps4 package. Either way it's gonna be a tough sell.
No. The Vita's fate lies solely in the hands of its library. If Sony wants to help it in the long-term, focus on bringing over some Japanese titles; encourage AAA development AND indy development. Encourage developers to add PSP games to the PSN store--Final Fantasies, Star Oceans, etc. If Sony wants to help it in the short term, how about timed-exclusive PS1 classics? Suikoden II would be nice.
Price. Price. Price.
Price + more ads.
The Vita's fate lies in it's small spaced cartridges. Imagine if they had more than just 4GB of space to work with? Vita games would be stellar and some of them already are with just the 4GB they have to work with now. It would help sell more if people saw more games like that but instead are limited to the 4GB of space on it's game cartridges. Price drop will help also of course but I seriously think Sony should consider investing to increase the overall size of the game cartridges. Quality of Vita games would reach a new level if they did. I feel like the small cartridge space is one reason that is holding the device back.
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