Neoseeker : News : Sony admits more time should have been spent on Vita at E3
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THM Jun 23, 12
Vita needs more games...Preferably 'Contra' for me!!!!
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VeGiTAX2 Jun 23, 12
Think they missed the other concern they drove up with Playstation Mobile, in the past Playstation Suite was a way to talk about specialized mobile games and PS1 titles. Now the end goal is designing a system where the same binary for a Vita game can work on certified devices on Android with no conversion.

For all the Vita owners out there it drives up questions about commitment and where the platform is really headed if you'll eventually be able to play the same games on your tablet or phone with no Vita hardware.
Mystic Aurora | Jun 23, 12
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Miller Jun 24, 12
Sony should have given up after the PSP. Nothing will ever touch Nintendo in the dedicated mobile gaming industry. Nintendo have build too much of a history with the Gameboy to be threatened.
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Griffsports Jun 24, 12
if they didn't *bleep* it up with that wonderbook shit than maybe be better off.
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armhead Jun 24, 12
quote Mystic Aurora
It's sad how a technically superior product tanks so badly in sales.

That said, I'm looking forward to the 3DS XL. Assuming the battery life is good, anyway.
I agree, the capabilities of the vita are a lot more than its getting attention for. But you want nintendo to take the 3DS, and make it even bigger? it already barely fits in a pocket
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shaunybaby Jun 24, 12
quote Miller
Sony should have given up after the PSP. Nothing will ever touch Nintendo in the dedicated mobile gaming industry. Nintendo have build too much of a history with the Gameboy to be threatened.
I'd hardly call the 3DS a mobile gaming device with it only having around 3 hours of battery power.

It's already been confirmed that the XL will have 4-6 hours of juice though.
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