The sad part is they'll be fine... They make a lot of money outside of video games to be worried about their game division.
It's still coming to the consoles. The title could be so much better.
They were probably worried that people would not be buy the game given the weird premise. Doing it digitally allowed them to give away a free trial to get people hooked and possible buy the full version.
They let the devs start using more memory, but it takes away some multitasking for apps.
Well all it does is tell the pstv it can play those games. So it should run just as it would on a vita. Personally i'd love to use this, but i'd want to risk sony possible banning my account.
No they don't :/
List of things that sony did to hurt the vita 1) the advertisements (or lack of) 2) those memory prices 3) Clearly lacking effort from some of their games (resistance, no online in mod nation, and almost all their ps2 ports) and when they did put effort in the game nobody knew about them.
Sony did just as much to hurt the vita as they did trying to sell the system.
Nope it worked for me. A year for $30 i can't complain at all!
@Gwiz so was batman arkham knight and i think it's looks amazing.
Well most of the issues more than likely are because of the forced v-sync and minor emulation issues. If they could just get rid of the v-sync and fix the issues it would almost be perfect from the looks of it.
Well the other issue was nintendo, among others, did have a say to the game. Nintendo tried to get it on the wii virtual console as well, but the same issues came up.
If they put rare replay on both systems it would be great for all involved. Nintendo fans get to play old rare games that wouldn't come to the virtual console and microsoft gets games that wouldn't have come to the xbox one. Unfortunately i don't think that will ever happen :/
(Looks at the order 1886)
It doesn't even have to be AAA look at all the non triple A games sony released on psp. They had their big names and the little games. They haven't bothered to making either as of late.
Sony probably chose the cheapest studio and figured what could go wrong? Even though the studio has a history of shoddy ports.
More like "the real flatout 3" and man i hope it comes to consoles O.o.
Into the nexus was a 30 fps game and it played just fine. Maybe not as smooth as older ratchet games, but still good enough for me.
It does have it's issues for sure. The audio issues being the biggest one for me. Plus it definitely had issues with the framerate when ran from the hard drive. I installed it on the 4gb flash on my 360 and it will run much better.
I love their systems, but their practices can really upset quite a few. My biggest problem with Sony is the way the vita has been handled overall.
Considering Sony's third party productions history with vita ports like borderlands 2 and Disney infinity they have had plenty of time to figure out they shouldnt hire smaller studios and to qa the ports.