The PlayStation Vita version of Street Fighter x Tekken looks as good as the PlayStation 3 version, Capcom has claimed. So good, in fact, that it's a "one-to-one match".
"Right now, because we haven't finished tuning and optimising everything, the frame rate occasionally will stutter," Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono told Eurogamer." that's pretty good for the fact that the visual Quality an it only occasionally will stutter, an it's not even optimisung all the code yet. fantastic
Imagine playing against PS3 players, or other Vita players. With the analog stick now firmly implanted into the Sony handheld's design, scenarios of evenly-matched handheld vs console players can be a reality.
cross platform gamimg!
how nearly is nearly. I really dont like ports and that goes for every system
The fact that we're even coming WITHIN "identical" range of a console version on a hand held is ridiculous!
well that is until the ps4 comes out
The PS4 won't be out for a while now. Also, when the PSP came out, it wasn't as powerful as the PS2 like the Vita is to the PS3. The level of tech is just so much greater this time around. I'm not justifying ports in any way, but now at least if a developer decides to make a portable adaptation of a game, it will be much easier to maintain the fidelity of the source material. If you wish to continue this discussion further, I'm afraid I'm out of bubbles and cannot. Sorry :(
What if for this type of game I want it on the go? Is there a law that I am not allowed to have it? Is there a law noone should make a port of a great console game for a portable that is perfect for portable play?
@Vampiric Dragon It's not a port, it's multiple-platform game.
I can't wait for Vita, I sold my PS3 before because im always at work, now i can play even when im at work.
Awesome, kick some ass with the DS3, then take the Vita on the road and continue to kick ass. Can't wait to see what Namco plan to do with their turn, and also whether they will implement the feature in Tag Tourn 2
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