Gamasutra: Gamasutra editor-at-large Chris Morris looks at Sony's recent decision not to release its Vita portable in the U.S. and Europe this year, seeing potential benefits to the company's cautious approach
Here's the upside for me: I just saved £230 this year from everything I want to buy ;)
The hardware will be more finalized, and more games will be ready at launch. I was hoping to get Vita for Christmas, but I suppose if Sony delayed the console it is because they had to in order to make the product even better.
Heres an upside for me. Gives me more time to save up.
Yes more time to save...and more time for developers to perfet their game....and more time for nintendo to recover from their failure They really dont need competition coming in this year
The whole "more games ready at launch theory" really doesnt make that much since.Why release it in Japan this year if there aren't enough games? Especially since NA will enjoy the currently announced games more than JP. Of course it is possible that there will be a system selling launch title in Japan that we dont know about yet...
Only Nintendo is seeing the upside of this all
maby holding it back another year to copy nintendo more and get it working with the ps4 and have it doing what the wiiu will be doing
Lol that was terrible trolling
well it could be true and i dont not troll
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