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Opinion: Does the Vita cast too wide a net?

You can't blame industry-watchers for wondering about the future for traditional handheld gaming, given how strong a showing mobile phones and tablets continue to make in the space.

Even as recently as the last generation of portable hardware, few would have believed that a cell phone could compete with Nintendo's original DS and Sony's PSP -- let alone that the seismic restructuring of the portable hardware market could strike so immediately.

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fluffydelusions2043d ago

Tech wise it's a very good deal unless you can name another quad core cpu/gpu device with hw buttons, dual analog and so on....

Virtual_Reality2043d ago

And with a price no more than $300.

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GribbleGrunger2043d ago (Edited 2043d ago )

now that's an interesting question. i think that part of the problem they had with the PS3; they just didn't know which feature to advertise because it could do so much. the same could be said for the Vita... so, yep, an interesting angle in an article for a change. i've got a feeling though that THIS time they'll concentrate on games and connectivity between the PS3 and the Vita. it isn't a bad way of advertising both machines with one advert either

NeloAnjelo2043d ago

I love the thing, and think its an amazing bit of hardware. The software line up is good as well.

Knight_Cid2043d ago

"You can't blame industry-watchers for wondering about the future for traditional handheld gaming, given how strong a showing mobile phones and tablets continue to make in the space. "

sure I can. When the 3ds is breaking all records

Flatbattery2043d ago

Alright, we get it, the damn thing doesn't do anything right!

Can't convince me not to get one though.

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