PlayStation Vita and Legacy Games - How it Could Have Been Improved

VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "There are a few small tweaks that could've made the experience as a whole even more impressive and although it's a little late in the day for any changes to be made in this department, I thought I would write an article to examine the things that hold back the Vita from being a mind-blowing portable PlayStation legacy system."

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FallenAngel1984429d ago

The pricey storage is what deters many from experiencing Vita

fiveby9427d ago

I agree it did damage adoption of the system. I read an article that they chose a proprietary format for storage to limit / reduce software piracy. In the long run though it would seem their choice did far more harm than good. I still use my Vita from time to time but not as much as I would have liked.

Profchaos427d ago

My main gripe was the fact that save game files were tied to the application instsll meaning if you uninstall you lose your saves excluding psp and ps4 titles

feraldrgn427d ago (Edited 427d ago )

Memory cards didn't drop to a respectable price.
1 account per memory card.

Save files were locked to the apps, delete the app & your save file goes, also makes backing up saves a pain.
Worse is that some of your saves won't load if you no longer have DLC that was in the save previously.

No way to back up trophies offline, to transfer to the offline storage of another Vita.
It still has great games though & portability is very nice.