Lotta names there I do not recognize! I will look into it.Anthony J Agnello said:Oh man, I couldn't disagree more. Its library really blossomed between 2014 and now. Soul Sacrifice, Freedom Wars, Sayonara Umihara Kawase, Yomawari, Ys 8, Gravity Rush, Severed, Guacamelee, World of Final Fantasy, the Gundam Breaker series, the whole Vanillaware catalog. There's been so, so, so much released for Vita that most people didn't even realize was there. In a pre-Switch world it was just essential.
I'm with you, though: that Tales of Hearts R release was not great.
I would buy this on day one.VoidWanderer said:All Sony needs to do (this requires pulling their head out of their ass) is make a portable Playstation machine with a large memory that can play ALL PS1, PS2, PSP and PS Vita games. Have the handheld device cost less that $250 for the machine, and I can guarantee that people will buy this to get access to the games Sony doesn't realize we actually want.
Imagine playing Legend of Dragoon, the Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance series, Black, and so many other great games on a portable device. Sony would recoup any losses by pricing reasonble amounts for the digital games ($15-20 for PS3, $10-15 for PS2 and $10 for the rest)