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"The Legend of Heroes is a series of strategic RPGs." Actually, they're turn-based RPGs. "While the game may not look too flattering on a TV screen when playing on the PS3, the game looks crisp on the PS Vita’s OLED and LCD screens." I find this so backwards. I will never choose a handheld over a TV, if I have the choice. I have never seen a game that looked better on a handheld. The very thought is nonsensical to me.
You could also correct the... person for thinking "strategic RPG" is a thing that exists. It's not. Also, the PS3 version is a port of the Vita version. So don't expect either version to look superior to the other.
That's what I mean though. Just by being on my big-screen TV it will look better. I know some people disagree with that, but it's always the way I'll go.
For what its worth I've heard the Vita has some framerate stuttering, but faster loading times. As is often the case with multiplatform games, it's a toss-up.
Well just like you're saying it, it's their opinion. They think it's better you don't, no need to say their statement is so backwards. Also I think the reason why they said this could just pertain to certain titles, some games just don't look that great blown up on a big screen and look better on a small OLED screen.
I didn't mean it in an insulting way. I was just saying that it's hard for me to wrap my head around that point of view.
Yeah, I see what you mean. I guess, just like I was saying, some games(usually the older ones) look better on smaller screen if they are graphically intensive!
This, Tokyo Zanadu, DR: Another Episode, Corpse Party 3, Nep-Nep ReBirth 3, Steins;Gate, Steins;Gate Zero... Pretty decent lineup for a dead console, right?;)
I hate to say it but i feel more comfortable playing rpgs on portables.its just so convenient,that being said im glad developers have both options.
Vita version for me.
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