concept(video)PS Vita's user interface seems to annoy a lot of its owners basically because of the bubbles icons and its smartphone like appearence.So a Behance designer Rafal Czaniecki has designed an amazing new PlayStation Vita user interface.
This is nice. I wish they gave the ps vita xmb a overhaul
XD IT LOOKS SEXY
Dang! Looks very streamlined, sleek, and sexy. Can't wait!
It is not official. Its just a concept that this guy made: https://www.behance.net/gal... Cant believe this site linked the video and made it sound like this was happening to the PSV...
IT SAY Concept
@stephan26p it didnt say concept when I posted my message. (hence the poster above thinking it was a new update as the original title and youtube video states). But I am glad to see you updated the title so prevent confusion.
Concept or not, it still is interesting.
Looks really slick
it is not sick it is cool
Pending why is this still Pending
just Approve it already
I really wish they would go through a overhaul for the Vita's UI, it feels bland or kinda chuncky to me. This concept seems much better, much sleeker design.
Damn if only it was real
Looks nice. The current UI doesn't bother me though.
It should. I'd call it the worst interface I've seen since DOS, if I hadn't also seen the PS4 interface.
this would make me happy since i organize my vita in a somewhat same matter and damn dose it look nice
I liked the way the icons are all separate and the games looked better when bunched together instead of single line. Also being able to see the store stuff for the game was a nice idea.
Looks nice, but I think i'd be very inpractical Not to mention, there didnt seem to be a separate menu for the games/apps that are open Also, people complain about the XMB on PS3, but wouldn't mind a similar concept on a way smaller screen?! It looks nice, but just from a practical point of view, I'm glad this isn't official
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