Originally Posted by tristan82
Yea sure this is a good thing for all those that didn't buy the vita I get that but what about the people that have a vita that we (me) bought for top $ there is a in/output jack on the top of the vita that has yet to be implamented that could be hdmi who knows. And I also know that this new vita tv won't make a ds3/4 work on my vita I was just saying the psp go the psp that slides open was able to use a ps3 controller so why with this new more powerfull vita can't I use a ps3 controller so u see why I would not buy a vita tv I think its silly just my 2 cents
They are 2 entirely different products for 2 completely different markets.
Is anyone complaining about Apple TV offering access to the same stuff an Iphone has?
It is because one is portable, and one is meant for the living room. I was a day one Vita buyer, paid a premium for it and the memory card, but I am definitely grabbing a Vita TV when it comes to the US.
Because when I am home I prefer to play on the TV not on a piddly little 6" screen. Why would I constrain myself when I can have a big screen experience.
Should I go on a vacation, go to work, etc, then I take my Vita with me.
How is this such confusing logic to so many.
And to top it all off, there is a huge market sector of people who just don't like handheld gaming, myself included. I do it because I am a hardcore gamer, and I will not miss out on the new Assassin;s Creed or Mario adventure just because I have a distaste for the format it is presented on.
But there is a large portion of the gaming community that do not give a damn about portable systems, and they are missing out on some great games, this device bridges that gap. And to top it all off, it comes with a huge already existing library, streaming media capabilities, and a very low price. It is a win win situation for most folks.