Exploring PlayStation Crossplay with Shuhei Yoshida
We talk to the president of Sony's Worldwide Studios for SCE about Vita/PSP/PS3 crossplay quirks with developers, the official status of Last Guardian, and the threat of the Wii U.
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I think that from the whole beginning Sony was very misleading on Remote Play. I mean at E3 they show Vita playing Killzone 3! Why show your console doing something to show it off if the customers are not going to be able to do the same when they purchase it. That was the only thing that really upset me when I bought my Vita. I was expecting to see 90%+ of my disc games working on remote play the way Sony marketed it from the very beginning. The other gripe I have is why is there only 3G support when we have 4G already? If the console had supported 4G I would actually sign up for the data plan but with only 3G I have no interest in that. The other thing I would add is Verizon has the biggest 4G network in the USA so why did they go AT&T?
"The WiiU is a gigantic DS" XD If you think about it, he is right. 1 screen is tv and the other one is the screen of the controller :D RE LOL!!
"Wii U is a giant DS" lol
mr. Shuhei Yoshida became thiner.
@TheGuardian03 Wait, are we even still pretending that this isn't vaporware? Sony's been giving the same line for almost two years now...'we're working hard on it, and we'll show it when we feel progress has been made'. So basically, nothing's moved forward on this in years. Add in the fact that ICO is bleeding talent, and yeah, I hate to say it, but Last Guardian will probably never see the light of day. Sony just doesn't want to have to explain that to its investors.
@Heavenly_King Yeah it basically is, but the controller can be moved.
@Heavenly_King Words can't be more true.
Great games coming in the next 3 months:
PS: All Stars
AC III: L
@IanNottinghamX Are you living under the rock? Did you miss the great titles they announced at Gamescom and TGS?
I guess what they mean by live is that the footage was taken from the Gamespot staff LIVE at the time of the recorded video...funny isn't it
@UsernameofDoom A more succinct link title is in order. As it stands, the link - "Live Now:Tokyo Game Show 2012" is at best misleading; at worst, a fabrication to get hits.