i really need some advice if i should get the PS VITA ! can you guys/girls give me some good info and reasons to buy this handheld !
also i have a question concerning the ps vita and wanted to know if you guys know anything about it. so my question is, will the ps vita play any ps4 game when it comes out and how do you think thats going to work ?
I've only been a PSV owner since May. I love mine.
It has a great selection of games (Don't listen to others. They either are just extremely picky or have no idea.)
As for the PS4 / PSV combo... The PSV will be able to play PS4 titles via "Remote Play."
The PSP is able to play select PSN titles, using the same method.
Your PSV will act as a remote. Your PS4 will be on at home and you can play PS4 titles from a Wi-Fi hot spot (or 3G, if you buy that Vita model.)
oh okay and i mean just in general should anyone buy a Vita ? i saw about 3 games i liked on the vita but idk if i should spend so much money just to play three games. and yes can you tell me more about the ps1 2 & 3 games on vita ! im confused by that !
If you're an open minded gamer that likes to play a variety of genres: Yes.
If you plan on buying a PS4: Yes.
If you think you will use it: Yes.
I use mine even when I'm home. If I just don't feel like playing my PS3, I'll just relax on my couch and play it.
It's been hot here, so I haven't really wanted to turn on my TV (it gives off heat).
what games do you have ? and what are the basics i should get if i get the Vita ? like memory cards and warranty and any other feature ?
If you buy a Vita, you will need a memory card. 4GB is the smallest (and cheapest) you can get.
That is what I have. While others have complained that it is too small, I have been content with it.
Once I finish a game, I delete it. If I want to play it again, I'll simply make room on my memory card and re-download it.
I do plan to eventually get a bigger one though. But, 4GB is a fine starter.
I would also suggest picking up a carrying case. There are a few different kinds, so just grab the one you like the best.
Those are the only 2 things I'd recommend. A Card and a Case.
An extended warranty is a nice security blanket, but I'm personally just riding off the 1 year in-store warranty.
As for games I own:
Uncharted: Golden Abyss
Hot Shots: World Invitational
MLB 13: The Show
Retro City Rampage (PSN Download)
Hotline Miami (PSN Download)
Then I have a few PS+ games for Vita. But I don't technically own them, so I won't bother listing those.
Well here is your answer about the Vita/ PS4 game play, in other word, YES!! you will be able to play PS4 games on Vita Via remote play. and also there will be some titles for both consoles. follow the link.