TheLastGuardian (User)

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"PS Vita has an incredible library. I have 77 Vita games currently, 26 are from PlayStation Plus."


Sony does a pretty terrible job at promoting PS Vita in the west, but that doesn't keep it from being my favorite handheld ever. #10
Being a Vita fan is so depressing at times. #17
I thought Gamescom would be good for the Vita because it usually is. Not only were there no big games announced, but we lost one of our best exclusives to the PS4. It's a damn shame that Sony wants all of thier studios making PS4 titles so we have no first party games to look forward to on the Vita. Sure, there's still tons of awesome games coming to the Vita, but is it too much to ask for some Sony games on my Sony system? #28
This might be a day 1 buy after all. #12
Who needs remote play when you have an amazing library of Vita games to play? #4.2
Okay this is the third article I've seen with basically the same headline. #10
Sell the Borderlands 2 voucher and buy Freedom Wars when it comes out. I would try and get the OLED Vita if I was you. #2.1
It's not being discontinued you idiots, but even if it was I got my monies worth out of it long ago and still have years worth of Vita games I need to play. Why these so called "gamers" want one of the greatest systems of all time to die so bad is beyond me. #36
PS Vita is the greatest handheld of all time, hands down. Not just from a hardware standpoint either, the library is phenomal as well. People who don't own one are missing out. #30
Tearaway sold 350k according to VGChartz (retail only) and most of the sales were probably digital. Not bad for a Vita game. Besides, the game didn't have a huge budget to begin with so I'm sure it was profitable. #10.1
Hell yes it's an issue. I love games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, LBP Vita, Killzone Mercenary and Tearaway. I'm dying for more first party Vita exclusives like these. #14
I would buy Odin Sphere, but it would just get lost in my 150+ game backlog. I'll hold out and try to find a physical copy. I still need to finish Muramasa Rebirth and I just got Dragon's Crown so I've got my Vanillaware fix covered for now. #6
Why does every single Sony first party studio have to make PS4 games? Can't we have a few working on the Vita? First Ready at Dawn switched to consoles, now Bend too? All we really have left are Japan Studios and hopefully Guerilla Cambridge. I'm not saying I don't want PS4 exclusives too, I just feel that having every Sony studio making PS4 games is overkill and the Vita could really use the first party support. #21
$6-8 for a week is fair. The prices for 4 hours, 1 month and 3 months however, are totally overpriced. A lot of games are cheaper to own than they would be to rent from PS Now. Sony needs to drop the prices drastically if they want this service to succeed, and I fully expect them to. #64.1
I sure hope we can get unlimited access to all the games for like $20 a month or I won't be using the service much.

There's no way I'm paying anywhere near the price of a physical copy that I'll own forever just to rent a game. #43
Anyone who thinks the Vita is dead are dead to me. PS Vita for life! #10
Another World for me. I just beat the spiritual successor Heart of Darkness earlier this year. Looking foward to playing the predecessor with better visuals on my Vita. #3
"I prefer new games"

Pffft, what a casual thing to say. #8.1
Why do people even buy $60 games digitally? Paying that much for a physical copy is bad enough. #110
I never understood why people think only games with short, bite-sized levels are good on the go. If I only have 15 minutes to game, I don't limit myself to small games, I play whatever I feel like. It's not like you'll lose progress if you don't save before you have to stop playing. There's this neat little feature called standby mode. #14.1.2
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