Shuhei Yoshida Talks VR, Gravity Rush, Vita, and More

"At the Tokyo Game Show, I talked to Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida alongside a couple of other games writers whom I didn’t know. We had a little chit chat about PlayStation VR, digital sales, and some upcoming games." - PlayStation LifeStyle

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knifefight1216d ago

Would have been nice for the Gravity Rush sequel on PS4 but prequel on Vita. But I guess a prequel wouldn't star Kat. Hmmm....

Spotie1214d ago

It could. Though not quite. She's lost her memory, so her personality probably wouldn't be the same.

But it could work. I'd buy it.

DigitalRaptor1215d ago (Edited 1215d ago )

"In the transition from PS3 to PS4, the concept and basic idea has been kept, but PS4 allows larger levels and longer draw distance and beautiful effects, and of course the AI can improve."

Oh boy!! More and more evidence keeps building up that The Last Guardian that we will be getting couldn't have been done on the PS3, as much as certain people want to adamantly deny it ;) Which is an amazing thing, because as much we all would have been happy with a PS3-level game, I want Sony to take as much advantage of PS4 hardware as possible.

miyamoto1214d ago (Edited 1214d ago )

TLG might not join my ICO & SOTC Remasters on my PS3 but I know its for the greater good of humanity on PS4.

gokuking1214d ago

He never talks about Vita in this interview. In fact, he goes out of his way to not talk about it.

knifefight1214d ago

He talks directly about Vita first-party support and why Gravity Rush 2 skipped Vita.