Tom's Hardware Lists PS Vita Among 20 Worst Failures in Gaming History

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#51 Posted by caryslan2 (2140 posts) -

[QUOTE="finalfantasy94"]

[QUOTE="charizard1605"] Even though I call into question their reasoning and/or their credibility just a little... how would you argue it is not a failure?Zophar87

The system isint dead and hasint even been out for that long and still has games coming.

I agree, it's not dead.

However, by the time the 3DS was a year old, it already had several games on it that made the price of admission seem worth it. Also, Nintendo had slashed the price to $160 which made things a lot easier.

That's the point though, Nintendo had to slash the price of the 3DS and rush Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 to the market to spur sales of the 3DS. Overall, the 3DS had a horrible first year on the market. Its early months were defined by a lack of killer games(barring the OOT remake), a high price point that many people were not willing to play, and there was no incentive to upgrade from the DS to the 3DS. The 3DS was a failure until the price drop and the arrival of the two Mario games that were rushed out to serve as major titles during the Holiday season of 2011.

As I've said before, I don't understand why people want to bury the Vita and write it off as a failure when the system has not even been on the market for a year. The 3DS was a failure in its first few months on the marketplace, and people were saying the same thing about it as well. For all we know, Sony could drop the price on the hardware and memory cards to help spur sales.

I'm getting tired of people writing off the Vita as a failure when the systme has barely been on the market for a year. The 3DS and Playstation 3 were two systems that started off poorly before selling better as the games started arriving and the systems dropped in price.

Who's to say the Vita can't do the same thing?

#52 Posted by charizard1605 (61537 posts) -
[QUOTE="Zophar87"]

[QUOTE="finalfantasy94"]

The system isint dead and hasint even been out for that long and still has games coming.

tarzanell

I agree, it's not dead.

However, by the time the 3DS was a year old, it already had several games on it that made the price of admission seem worth it. Also, Nintendo had slashed the price to $160 which made things a lot easier.

Wrong. By the time it was a year old, the 3DS had OOT. That's it. I won't argue about the price though, the drop was what convinced me to buy one.

you, sir, are incorrect. At the time of its first birthday, the 3DS had Ocarina of Time 3D, Mario Kart7, Super Mario 3D Land, Resident Evil Revelations, Metal Gear Solid 3D, Kid Icarus Uprising, Pushmo, Sakura Samurai, Ghost Recon Shadow Wars, Tales of the Abyss, Star Fox 64 3D, and Devil Survivorr Overclocked. I'm not saying this is better or worse than what the Vita has had, but what you said was factually wrong.
#53 Posted by V3rciS (2206 posts) -

It should be noted that the 3DS and Playstation 3 would have made that list as well during their first year on the marketplace since both of those systems were sluggish out of the gate and had difficulty selling. Yeah, the 3DS is selling well now, but people seem to forget that it had a horrible time in the early months that it was on the market. A lack of major games(barring the OOT remake), a price point that most people were not willing to pay, and a system that offered people little incentive to upgrade were things the 3DS suffered from in its first few months on the marketplace

You know, that sounds kinda like the Vita whern you stop and think about it.

The 3DS rebounded due to a price drop that came very early in the system's lifespan and having key games like Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 rushed to the market to help the systems during the holiday season. Yeah, it's a success now but people seem to have a short term memory on this issue. Which makes the push to bury the Vita and declare it dead even funnier. The 3DS only turned things around after a price drop and the arrival of key games. The head of Nintendo openly apologized about the 3DS's sluggish sales and Nintendo lost some money because of how the 3DS was handled during its launch period.

And that's what everyone needs to keep in mind. The 3DS was in the same boat as the Vita during its early lifespan. Who's to say the Vita can't rebound like the 3DS if the system also gets a price drop on its hardware and memory cards? Hell, who to say a killer app is not in the works that will drive Vita sales?

What has always made this "LOL Vita is dead!" argument funny is that most people convenitly forget how poorly the 3DS did during its first months on the marketplace. Nintendo turned it around, but I wonder what would had happened had Nintendo not dropped the price of the hardware. Would we be discussing the 3DS' future and its place as a failure?

caryslan2

thanks god someone that makes sense... seriously it's the most stupid argument to say that a device is a waste only because it's not selling well at the current time.

#54 Posted by HalcyonScarlet (5217 posts) -

Their not wrong. The business model is terrible for a handheld and Sony are being so stubborn.

The Vita shows exactly why Sony is in trouble. Drop the console or adapt Sony, but pick one.

#55 Posted by HalcyonScarlet (5217 posts) -

Laughable, i'm glad they got their extra traffic for a day or two i hope they enjoy the peak while it lasts, that's how much the article is worth.

The PSPGo was an abomination, Day one and it should be on that list. What was Sony thinking?

AgentA-Mi6

They did say: "Alright, so we're trolling a bit. But there's a kernel of truth to our jest.". So I don't think they meant it that serious.

Also the PSPGo was a redesign, not a console on it's own so it's not really the same thing.

#56 Posted by WilliamRLBaker (28499 posts) -

[QUOTE="AgentA-Mi6"]Laughable, i'm glad they got their extra traffic for a day, thats how much the article is worth.charizard1605
Even though I call into question their reasoning and/or their credibility just a little... how would you argue it is not a failure?

credibility? toms hardware has been around since forever it has far more cred then any gaming site.

edit: gamespot screwing up and it was founded in 1996

#57 Posted by BPoole96 (22814 posts) -

The Vita definitely is a flop as it currently stands. Sony has no must have killer apps for their systems that makes fans flock towards stores to buy it. All Nintendo has to do with consoles is release a Mario and Zelda game and people will buy it, for hteir handhelds, release two Pokemon games and everyone buys it. MS only has to maintain the Halo/Gears/Forza trifecta and and multiplats with keep their fanbase happy. Sony has nothing like that.

#58 Posted by Caseytappy (2178 posts) -

It was never this bad on PS3.

1 Vita is expensive, lacks good content and doesn't sell, has very capable hardware but therefore expensive to make a game for.

2 Most devs can't risk making a game for a system with a very low userbase because they will lose money .

Sony shoud drop the price fast before all devs run .

#59 Posted by HalcyonScarlet (5217 posts) -

It should be noted that the 3DS and Playstation 3 would have made that list as well during their first year on the marketplace since both of those systems were sluggish out of the gate and had difficulty selling. Yeah, the 3DS is selling well now, but people seem to forget that it had a horrible time in the early months that it was on the market. A lack of major games(barring the OOT remake), a price point that most people were not willing to pay, and a system that offered people little incentive to upgrade were things the 3DS suffered from in its first few months on the marketplace

You know, that sounds kinda like the Vita whern you stop and think about it.

The 3DS rebounded due to a price drop that came very early in the system's lifespan and having key games like Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 rushed to the market to help the systems during the holiday season. Yeah, it's a success now but people seem to have a short term memory on this issue. Which makes the push to bury the Vita and declare it dead even funnier. The 3DS only turned things around after a price drop and the arrival of key games. The head of Nintendo openly apologized about the 3DS's sluggish sales and Nintendo lost some money because of how the 3DS was handled during its launch period.

And that's what everyone needs to keep in mind. The 3DS was in the same boat as the Vita during its early lifespan. Who's to say the Vita can't rebound like the 3DS if the system also gets a price drop on its hardware and memory cards? Hell, who to say a killer app is not in the works that will drive Vita sales?

What has always made this "LOL Vita is dead!" argument funny is that most people convenitly forget how poorly the 3DS did during its first months on the marketplace. Nintendo turned it around, but I wonder what would had happened had Nintendo not dropped the price of the hardware. Would we be discussing the 3DS' future and its place as a failure?

caryslan2

Not really. All products struggle out of the gate and at least Sony and Nintendo were trying back then.

Nintendo knew it had to cut the price and release games, the problem is, Sony are refusing to do anything with Vita. It seems like they're hoping the problem will solve itself.

Sony had a very hard time adapting to actually having competition this gen (from the 360 and Wii) and the PS3 has cost them more than it made.

But they knew from the start what they were getting into with their handheld, they're not new to the area and are aware of the heavy competition from Nintendo, apple and the mobile market.

#60 Posted by skrat_01 (33767 posts) -
The biggest problem with it is the software lineup. Otherwise it sure as hell isn't in gaming history, there's too many consoles through the years and software that have been abominations. The Vita is sure as hell underperforming, but it isn't burdened by fundamental hardware flaws and a huge array of hardware issues like the Sega Saturn.
#61 Posted by OB-47 (10909 posts) -

It still has time to recover sheesh

#62 Posted by TheEroica (14462 posts) -
[QUOTE="CajunShooter"][QUOTE="charizard1605"]how would you argue it is not a failure?charizard1605
Because it has only just been released. Putting it on a list of failed systems is a little premature

It's a year old, but mostly I agree. Like I said, I don't necessarily agree with the article. It still has time to recover.

Agreed, though its recovery process will be taking place in a different world than the ps3 did with consoles, where there wasnt ten 500lb gorillas (smart devices) crushing its potential from the outside... realistically, and maybe im not reading things clearly, but id say the hope for vita is to save face and break even. I just dont see how it can stand out and run away after this year of dismal sales. Even with a few quality games.
#63 Posted by Malta_1980 (11553 posts) -

In the meantime I'm enjoying gaming on my PSV and dont honestly care if someone thinks its a failure...

#64 Posted by AmnesiaHaze (5683 posts) -

In the meantime I'm enjoying gaming on my PSV and dont honestly care if someone thinks its a failure...

Malta_1980
agreed , the only time im disappointed with my vita is when the battery is empty and i have to quit playing to charge it
#65 Posted by TheEroica (14462 posts) -

In the meantime I'm enjoying gaming on my PSV and dont honestly care if someone thinks its a failure...

Malta_1980
Thats all that ultimately matters brother.
#66 Posted by D4W1L4H (1764 posts) -

Anyway, I wouldn't take the VITA part too seriously, seeing as the of the article is "21 Consoles And Handhelds That Crashed And Burned" and VITA is no. 22 on that list.

#67 Posted by AmnesiaHaze (5683 posts) -

Anyway, I wouldn't take the VITA part too seriously, seeing as the of the article is 21 Consoles That Crashed And Burned" and VITA is no. 22 on that list.

D4W1L4H
21 consoles +1 handheld :D
#68 Posted by D4W1L4H (1764 posts) -

[QUOTE="D4W1L4H"]

Anyway, I wouldn't take the VITA part too seriously, seeing as the of the article is 21 Consoles That Crashed And Burned" and VITA is no. 22 on that list.

AmnesiaHaze

21 consoles +1 handheld :D

Fixed it. Happy now? !:evil:

#69 Posted by CajunShooter (5273 posts) -

[QUOTE="CajunShooter"][QUOTE="charizard1605"]how would you argue it is not a failure?Zophar87
Because it has only just been released. Putting it on a list of failed systems is a little premature

We're a year into it's release. Sorry but it hasn't "only just been released."

When you consider 10+ year life cycles for Sony systems then yes it has only just been released compared to the amount of time Sony expects on keeping it alive.

PS3 was on all kinds of failure list as well and it has now surpassed 70 million units with another 4+ years left that Sony will continue to manufacture it.

#70 Posted by kuraimen (28078 posts) -
Lol tom's hardware is such a butthurt.
#71 Posted by fueled-system (6339 posts) -
It is a great system, I love mine but it is being handled by a completely incompetent company that needs to hit reality soon
#72 Posted by TheEroica (14462 posts) -
Lol tom's hardware is such a butthurt.kuraimen
which crowd are you fishing for Kuri? DS fans? sony haters? happy fishing.
#73 Posted by GrayF0X786 (4063 posts) -

id buy it if they reduce the price by $100 and reduce the Memory card price by 50%, Led_poison

#74 Posted by TheEroica (14462 posts) -

[QUOTE="Led_poison"]id buy it if they reduce the price by $100 and reduce the Memory card price by 50%, GrayF0X786

I probably would too...
#75 Posted by GoldenElementXL (3883 posts) -

omg take a look at this
[quote="Tom wanna be hardware specialist"]

Reasons for failure

Alright, so we're trolling a bit. But there's a kernel of truth to our jest. The PS Vita has some serious advantages. But, for the moment, its sales figures are disastrous, totaling 2.2 million units worldwide as of June 30. Meanwhile, the Nintendo 3DS has sold more than 22 million units. These disappointing results call Sonys economic model into question at a time when games on mobile devices are strongly appealing to mainstream gamers.

V3rciS

Now it seems they have a valid reason for puting Vita into a bucket with FAILED HARDWARE. These people are stupid, and you sit here and listen to all the crap they say. No wonder why Vita is selling poorly atm, not because it's hardware sucks or there's a lack of games (a lot of games are announced every day). It sells poorly because there are biased reviews and opinions towards the device! People are reading all this crap on the internet and think "omg VITA sucks".

They say that Vita sucks because 3DS sells better and they don't agree with Sony's marketing policy. Damn that's like the biggest no sense I've read about VIta ever

You obviously love the Vita but you shouldn't let your feelings hurt over this. Did you read why the other systems were listed as failures? Poor marketing, price, game catalog, and sales were common themes in the article among all 21 consoles listed. And I think the Vita falls into those themes at the moment. Having the best specs does not make something a success. And when all is said and done, having poor sales makes a console a failure.
#76 Posted by FireEmblem_Man (9325 posts) -

Tom's Hardware is highly praised, after reading the article they seem to only talk about the business marketing side of these products. I'll say that it's unfair to list the Vita in it because it hasn't been a year for it to be fully judge, but Sony has done nothing to keep the Vita afloat lately. Heck, they may forget the Vita and only focus on the PS4 instead.

EDIT: It was a joke post if you didn't read:

Consoles sold

Too few for Google to port Android

#77 Posted by p4s2p0 (4167 posts) -
Not surprising,one of the biggest hardwarwe/tech failures ever and everyone but sony could see it even before release.Nanomage
Psp sold 70 million so we would we have expected vita to fail even before launch? Or were you just saying it to be a fanboy.
#78 Posted by Blabadon (28424 posts) -
[QUOTE="DarkLink77"][QUOTE="freedomfreak"]I'd like a Vita. Sony just needs to make me want one. C'mon Sony! Bring the ruckus!

Pretty much this. Gravity Rush is enticing, but not $250 enticing.

Graaaaaavity Rush
#79 Posted by burgeg (3599 posts) -

The way the Vita is selling really is a shame, because it IS the best gaming handheld on the market by a mile. It has by far the best hardware, it has better control options than any other handheld and is capable on top quality big console like experiences, smaller PSN games and smartphone style games. The Vita has the best options for variety of games than any other handheld by a mile.

Vita is basically the Dreamcast of handhelds. A great library and it's progressing gaming. It deserves to be a smash hit. But like the Dreamcast, that doesn't mean jack because it isn't selling for reasons I can't fathom. The Vita is such a ridiculously good handheld and I've barely put my Vita down since launch. Meanwhile I haven't touched my 3DS in a long time. Hopefully when they drop the price things pick up, because if they don't then when are we ever going to see a handheld with this much potential ever again? Seeing the Vita fail certainly isn't going to make Microsoft try their hand at a portable Xbox, and Nintendo aren't going to have a handheld like this for a loooooong time. Hell, with how backwards Nintendo are it's a stretch to even expect the 3DS successor to be as good as the Vita.

#80 Posted by Newhopes (4678 posts) -

Wish people would stop saying it has a great games library it really doesn't if it did it'd be selling.

#81 Posted by p4s2p0 (4167 posts) -

Wish people would stop saying it has a great games library it really doesn't if it did it'd be selling.

Newhopes
I consider vita's library great because I got my shooters and hack n slash so much quicker than I did on psp. I also have more original content rather than ports like I had on psp at the beginning. Course there have been some fumbles like with resistance burning skies but otherwise I am way happier this gen,
#82 Posted by hoola (6422 posts) -

They didn't hit the sweet spot in price for gamers which seems to be about $170 (what the 3DS xl is at), and they made the hardware difficult to make games for (just like the PS3).

What they needed to do was have dual analogue sticks, easy to develop for, slightly better graphics than the PSP, forget the touch screens ( or atleast the back one, that thing is pointless), and make a better UI that is sleek and modern (not this crappy bubble thing, it is simply unappealing). All of this would have resulted in a sub $200 system. They also need to take a page from Apples book and make really cool boxes for that "unboxing experience". Remember, first impressions count ALOT and when you unwrap your $250 system from a cheap cardboard box it doesn't give a good feeling.

It is really disappointing that this huge corporation didn't have anybody in a decision making position who realized this.

#83 Posted by Heil68 (47140 posts) -
They should of just listed handhelds in general.
#84 Posted by p4s2p0 (4167 posts) -

They didn't hit the sweet spot in price for gamers which seems to be about $170 (what the 3DS xl is at), and they made the hardware difficult to make games for (just like the PS3).

What they needed to do was have dual analogue sticks, easy to develop for, slightly better graphics than the PSP, forget the touch screens ( or atleast the back one, that thing is pointless), and make a better UI that is sleek and modern (not this crappy bubble thing, it is simply unappealing). All of this would have resulted in a sub $200 system. They also need to take a page from Apples book and make really cool boxes for that "unboxing experience". Remember, first impressions count ALOT and when you unwrap your $250 system from a cheap cardboard box it doesn't give a good feeling.

It is really disappointing that this huge corporation didn't have anybody in a decision making position who realized this.

hoola
$170 is nintendo's sweet spot. Psp showed sony is capable of doing it at $250. Which I like, I wouldn't want a cheaper system at the cost of hardware capabilities. Being easier to develop for is something sony focused on with vita and they talked about it before launch. The os is fine when other portable devices function in a similar manner with icons and apps.
#85 Posted by khoofia_pika (13517 posts) -

Wish people would stop saying it has a great games library it really doesn't if it did it'd be selling.

Newhopes
It DOES have a great games library, considering it's only like a year old right now.
#86 Posted by Caseytappy (2178 posts) -

Biggest problem for Sony is that they can't drop the price after selling the PS3 at a loss for a long time losing huge amounts of money even at $ 600,- and the PS4 around the corner that will probably have to sell for a loss right after launch .

#87 Posted by hoola (6422 posts) -

[QUOTE="hoola"]

They didn't hit the sweet spot in price for gamers which seems to be about $170 (what the 3DS xl is at), and they made the hardware difficult to make games for (just like the PS3).

What they needed to do was have dual analogue sticks, easy to develop for, slightly better graphics than the PSP, forget the touch screens ( or atleast the back one, that thing is pointless), and make a better UI that is sleek and modern (not this crappy bubble thing, it is simply unappealing). All of this would have resulted in a sub $200 system. They also need to take a page from Apples book and make really cool boxes for that "unboxing experience". Remember, first impressions count ALOT and when you unwrap your $250 system from a cheap cardboard box it doesn't give a good feeling.

It is really disappointing that this huge corporation didn't have anybody in a decision making position who realized this.

p4s2p0

$170 is nintendo's sweet spot. Psp showed sony is capable of doing it at $250. Which I like. I wouldn't want a cheaper system at the cost of hardware capabilities.

I'm not talking about it from your perspective, I'm talking about it from a business perspective. At the current price, with the current hardware, sales are not as good as they would like them to be. Most even say the sales are bad. The problem is the actual hardcore gamer like you might make up only 5-10% of the gaming population, so when Sony makes a $250 handheld which is hard to develop for and has pointless hardware, their market is only about 5-10% of gamers and that is not good.

Regarding the PSPs $250 price - the market has changed alot since 2005. The game industry no longer wants expensive, top end hardware for a huge price. The consumers in the industry have been effected by the mobile devices industry. The masses want low prices hardware with lots of software.

The fact is they are doing something wrong. I was pointing out what they were doing wrong from a business perspective (which also means doing something wrong from the mass consumer point of view). Making hardware for the small amount of hardcore gamers out there is bad business practice, especially for a struggling company like Sony.

They either need to adapt to changing times or they will fail.

#88 Posted by burgeg (3599 posts) -

Wish people would stop saying it has a great games library it really doesn't if it did it'd be selling.

Newhopes

Tell that to Sega. Sorry, but you're completely wrong. A good library doesn't necessarily sell a system. Dreamcast proved that. Vita is proving that. It does have a great library. If it didn't I wouldn't still be playing the thing daily. It's simply a matter of not enough people caring enough about dedicated handheld gaming to pay the asking price any more. And Vita doesn't have the brand power of DS to sell it on name alone like the 3DS does. Of all the things you could say about the Vita, anyone that says the Vita doesn't have good games cannot be taken seriously.

#89 Posted by p4s2p0 (4167 posts) -

[QUOTE="p4s2p0"][QUOTE="hoola"]

They didn't hit the sweet spot in price for gamers which seems to be about $170 (what the 3DS xl is at), and they made the hardware difficult to make games for (just like the PS3).

What they needed to do was have dual analogue sticks, easy to develop for, slightly better graphics than the PSP, forget the touch screens ( or atleast the back one, that thing is pointless), and make a better UI that is sleek and modern (not this crappy bubble thing, it is simply unappealing). All of this would have resulted in a sub $200 system. They also need to take a page from Apples book and make really cool boxes for that "unboxing experience". Remember, first impressions count ALOT and when you unwrap your $250 system from a cheap cardboard box it doesn't give a good feeling.

It is really disappointing that this huge corporation didn't have anybody in a decision making position who realized this.

hoola

$170 is nintendo's sweet spot. Psp showed sony is capable of doing it at $250. Which I like. I wouldn't want a cheaper system at the cost of hardware capabilities.

I'm not talking about it from your perspective, I'm talking about it from a business perspective. At the current price, with the current hardware, sales are not as good as they would like them to be. Most even say the sales are bad. The problem is the actual hardcore gamer like you might make up only 5-10% of the gaming population, so when Sony makes a $250 handheld which is hard to develop for and has pointless hardware, their market is only about 5-10% of gamers and that is not good.

Regarding the PSPs $250 price - the market has changed alot since 2005. The game industry no longer wants expensive, top end hardware for a huge price. The consumers in the industry have been effected by the mobile devices industry. The masses want low prices hardware with lots of software.

The fact is they are doing something wrong. I was pointing out what they were doing wrong from a business perspective (which also means doing something wrong from the mass consumer point of view). Making hardware for the small amount of hardcore gamers out there is bad business practice, especially for a struggling company like Sony.

They either need to adapt to changing times or they will fail.

Vita is in trouble I am just saying psp showed the potential to be successful enough is there.
#90 Posted by NineTailedGoku (1977 posts) -

*laughs* sounds about right, I'm surprised the Apple Pippin was on there. I thought most people forgot about that abomination.LittleMac19

No, actually it doesnt sound about right. Vita costs as much as home consoles and hasnt hit a good price point. Its premature to put this on the list.

#91 Posted by Epak_ (7023 posts) -

Surprised that a lot of people here haven't heard about Tom's Hardware. :o I mean, you must've at least stumbled upon their forum while Google searching solutions to a PC problem.

D4W1L4H

What he said.

#92 Posted by ShadowMoses900 (17081 posts) -

You are really obsessed with the Vita.....I don't think it's a failure, it just hasn't fully taken off yet because Sony isn't supporting it like they should. I hope they announce some new games for it soon.

#93 Posted by musicalmac (23633 posts) -
By sales and available games alone. The hardware is the most interesting I've ever seen on a dedicated gaming device. It's a real shame.
#94 Posted by RR360DD (13045 posts) -

... the unmissable Vita exclusive i'm waiting for ... Killzone Mercenaries.

AgentA-Mi6

:lol: Cows always give a good laugh

#95 Posted by GoldenElementXL (3883 posts) -

[QUOTE="D4W1L4H"]

Surprised that a lot of people here haven't heard about Tom's Hardware. :o I mean, you must've at least stumbled upon their forum while Google searching solutions to a PC problem.

Epak_

What he said.

This board has always been real console heavy. I think the Tom's Hardware forum holds more weight than Gamespots. This board is full of Trolls and cry babies.
#96 Posted by Xaero_Gravity (9520 posts) -
[QUOTE="freedomfreak"]I'd like a Vita. Sony just needs to make me want one. C'mon Sony! Bring the ruckus!

Dayna Baby Lou Dress Up: The Game.
#97 Posted by freedomfreak (43422 posts) -
[QUOTE="Xaero_Gravity"][QUOTE="freedomfreak"]I'd like a Vita. Sony just needs to make me want one. C'mon Sony! Bring the ruckus!

Dayna Baby Lou Dress Up: The Game.

:lol: Seriously, a brawl game with everything Dayna :shock: Jessica, Lara, Emma, Cammy, etc
#98 Posted by PCgameruk (1512 posts) -

You are really obsessed with the Vita.....I don't think it's a failure, it just hasn't fully taken off yet because Sony isn't supporting it like they should. I hope they announce some new games for it soon.

ShadowMoses900
Soul Sacrifice, Killzone and phantasy stars online will be good. Vita just gets way to much hate everywhere for being one the best handhelds designed. I just hope we don't see a Sega Dreamcast here. Something excellent that dies.
#99 Posted by Xaero_Gravity (9520 posts) -
[QUOTE="freedomfreak"][QUOTE="Xaero_Gravity"][QUOTE="freedomfreak"]I'd like a Vita. Sony just needs to make me want one. C'mon Sony! Bring the ruckus!

Dayna Baby Lou Dress Up: The Game.

:lol: Seriously, a brawl game with everything Dayna :shock: Jessica, Lara, Emma, Cammy, etc

We should get it done as an XBL Indie game. The Dress Up Game should be on touch screen devices with dem physics. :shock:
#100 Posted by jsmoke03 (13164 posts) -

i would go with wonderbook or psp go