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Unplayable PS Vita games running on Playstation TV

If you are a PS TV owner, you are most likely very disappointed, because you can't use its true potential, which lies in playing PS Vita games on the big screen. This Sony's limit may soon be the thing of the past.

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RmanX1000909d ago

Neptunia ReBirth 1 needs PSTV support in the west so i'd totally be on board with this.

Jalva909d ago ShowReplies(4)
Nirvana31591909d ago

Can we get a streets of rage remaster please?

DragoonsScaleLegends909d ago

The memory card prices and the fact games that interest me are no longer made for it is the reason I still haven't got one. The biggest turn off though was the fact it was not backwards compatible with my PSP collection. Actually I think the memory card prices are the biggest turn off. Hell I would buy all the games digitally and full price but I don't want to have to worry about space which means I need at least a 128GB card. I can get a 128GB micro sd card for between $15-30. Yet Sony's own 64GB card cost $100+! The Vita didn't kill itself Sony killed the Vita. Bad name, bad prices, and of course horrible support from any major game developer. Lol they blamed piracy because of the lack of sells on PSP yet the Vita is not even matching PSP piracy days software sales when it's selling at it's best and there is no Vita piracy. This just shows piracy doesn't kill a good product and Vita obviously came short of it's fathers legacy.

plmkoh909d ago

"I can get a 128GB micro sd card for between $15-30."

You gotta give that Dr Pepper a rest, it's clearly rotting your brain.

mohuzas908d ago

Well, I just saw a 128gb SD card on amazon for 20$ :P

DragoonsScaleLegends908d ago (Edited 908d ago )

Well the high quality cards are around $50-$90. But on eBay you can get the generic cards for $30. The speeds of the cheaper cards would have probably been fine for the Vita if they were supported. Still only paying $80 for 128GB is still a way better deal than paying over a $100 for a 64GB card that definitely has slower speeds.

I mean come on compare these Prices:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0...

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0...

Here is the official priced cards from Sony:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0...

They normally charge $100 for 32GB when 64GB micro SD cards are only $30 for top quality cards.

Drithe909d ago

The only reason they made the PS TV was to make money off of PS VITA owners who wanted to play their games off of the big screen tv. They did not need the PS VITA. They could have just allowed the games to be put on the PS3 or ps4. But they knew of that many would skip the vita and play these games on the other ps consoles.

johndoe11211908d ago

Just as nintendo doesn't NEED the DS, DS Lite, DSi, DSi XL, 2DS, 3DS, or 3DS XL. All the games for those systems can be played on any nintendo console but you nor anyone else is gonna give nintendo a hard time about THAT are ya?

joeorc908d ago (Edited 908d ago )

"The only reason they made the PS TV was to make money off of PS VITA owners who wanted to play their games off of the big screen tv. They did not need the PS VITA. They could have just allowed the games to be put on the PS3 or ps4. But they knew of that many would skip "

Sony did not need the PSVita, Sony could have just put those games on the PS3 and PS4..

LMAO, at those gamers being upset Sony not making AAA games for the PSVita..with Consumer Perception about the product such as yourself is it any wonder? I mean, Ever since the [email protected] system released Many gamers stated over and over the AAA games are just "watered down ps3 ports"

The MOST IRONIC THING IS you have those very same gamers complain about Sony not making any AAA games for the system, but they go on about why play those games on the PSVita when I can just play them on the PS3 or PS4.

LMAO

rainslacker908d ago

Yeah, the thought of increasing the userbase of the Vita by offering an option for those who don't want a portable, and also having an inexpensive device that people could use in place of Roku or similar devices for their streaming needs, was never a consideration.

Seriously now. You can get the PSTV for around $70 or less nowadays. People will spend that much on a crappy game, so why not have a whole console that will likely have at least some games that would interest them. If you have PS+, PSTV is pretty much a no brainer to get more value out of the subscription.

The people that say there is nothing on the system that interests them make me wonder if they actually know what's available on it, and if they only like one kind of game, because about the only game not heavily represented on the system is the FPS, but we can thank all the people who just ignored the ones that were there saying they sucked without ever playing them.

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