DualShock Nexus: With E3 fast approaching everyone's eyes are on Sony and what they plan to do to boost Vita sales.
A remake of FFVII on the Vita would probably make it the fastest selling console of all time. Oh yeah, and Square would be swimming in money. But apparently they don't like to try and do something like that, because they're afraid they'll mess up the original. Not like it would matter, even if they failed we'd still have the PS1 version...
It's a win-win, and a lose-lose, if that's possible. Yeah, it'll sell, but NOBODY would be satisfied. Unless it was absolutely perfect, it'd just be a repeat of the reaction to XIII.
I don't quite think so... As long as they keep everything the same from PS1, simply updating graphics of models and backgrounds, keep the battle system the same and everything. Just add some things on top of what's already in place. (Maybe new materia, some new monsters, a new place or two to explore. A new extra boss "Diamond weapon" would be awesome since that rumor about fighting it in the marshes always flew around back then.) They could stay away from voice acting (or get the same voice actors from Advent Children). That's about all they'd have to do, though it would surely be 2 or more Vita chips I'm cool with that. They can't possibly mess it up if they go at it like that. EDIT: Oh, and that whole thing where they stated we "wouldn't want to see Aerith being impaled by Sephiroth in HD". Yeah, I kinda would... That would be badass lol!
1. gran turismo 2. call of duty 3. battlefield 3 4. a new fallout game. 5. a new assassins creed.
They showed Call of Duty at the keynote when they were first showcasing the Vita. Kind of makes me wonder what happened to it.
there probably showcasing it for e3 12
Mm perhaps. I'm not really into CoD but I know it will help sell :)
they already announced a Call of Duty and AC.
I'd replace 4 and 5 with something like a new Monster Hunter game (to satisfy Japan) and a Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker follow up (or similar), which I suspect is already in the works anyway.
Anyone who ever wanted those games, probably owns them on a console (considering that Vita is same price as a home console). I would much rather ave some new and original IP's for the Vita. One's that especially make use of the touch panel's and gyroscopes (to differentiate from the current games I already own on my pS3).
Gran Turismo would actually serve the vita well sales wise.
Yep Monster Hunter and maybe a new Dissidia game as well :)
Dissidia on Vita would be too amazing...
Monster Hunter, GTA, Final Fantasy, Midnight Club, a few MMO's, etc.
And exklusive Resident Evil... Japan=Exklusive-DQ-FF-MH-
I know everyone hates it but something similar (not 1:1 copy) but very similar to Raccoon City on the Vita would be nice. A squad based zombie hold off game with a campaign, co-op and perhaps multiplayer modes? I'm not to keen on competitive especially in the sense of Raccoon City but I know some are. I'd really just like something like that with a character creator and various armaments. Maybe something akin to Killing Floor on the vita now that would be ideal :).
Phantasy Star Online 2 released worldwide
US UK etc. - Grand Theft Auto, Elder Scrolls, Call of Duty, Gran Turismo and Killzone Japan - Monster Hunter, Phantasy Star Online 2, Final Fantasy 7 (spinoff or remake), Dissidia Final Fantasy and maybe Soul Sacrifice!
GRAND THEFT AUTO FINAL FANTASY 7 REMAKE CALL OF DUTY BLACK OPS 2 Final Fantasy X HD a copy of Brain Age would be awesome too.
So funny that CoD is so hated on but when it comes to saving SONY's failing console, it's CoD this and wait until CoD that. Lol. Hypocrisy.
Grow up Xbot.
Use common sense. CoD is popular whether you like it or not. So of course it will boost sales when it release on the vita, but since you have your fan hater goggles on you wasn't able to utilize the common sense that even CoD haters are able to see.
wait what? yes i hate COD big time, but the article is about how WHAT/WHICH games would HELP the vita SALE MORE. c'mon now there is no fanboyisms jus pure fact.
There already Putting out final fantasy X. A FFVII remake as square said is to big.I know this article is about PSvita but it actually got me thinking of wanting FFV and FFVI remake for 3DS. Only cause they remade FFIV and FFIII on DS.
I wouldn't mind FFVI remake on the 3DS, as that would be a huge reason for me to go out and buy one since I currently don't own the system. As long as the developers aren't thinking, "how are we going to remake this with the limited hardware we have here?" I don't mind. Otherwise, put it on the Vita and make it look like Dissidias CG's.
I agree the Pvita would be fine I just didnt put it in there cause at this time I dont want to buy it just yet till more games come out.
A uncharted game BUT developed by Naughty Dog and a new Growlanser game.
Monster freaking hunter. I just downloaded freedom unite on the vita and my god, this game is so awesome. I never played on psp because of the button layout, but with the vita's second stick everything is perfect. All they need is some form of wifi online and I dont think anything could top this game. It has everything you could want from a rpg.
I'm actually a huge fan of the PSP's control scheme. The hardcore players have dubbed it "The Claw" and although uncomfortable at first, it allows you to never take your right thumb off the face buttons. I'll admit it does take some getting used to, but after about 10 hours (which is a blink of an eye in MH time lol) my friends and I were hunting pretty great. It is great that Unite on the Vita allows for the second thumb stick to be utilized, but I hope the MH for the Vita from the ground up, still leaves the option of D-pad camera.
Yea I've heard that term before. I could never get used to it, but I'm definitely in the minority since a ton of people play it that and have no problems with it. For the veterans, it'd be a bitch for them to change the control layout on you guys. I just hope that when the next MH releases, they give us the choice.
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