You can now run every PS Vita game on Playstation TV without restriction

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Don’t Expect The PlayStation Vita To Find A Successor Anytime Soon.

PSLS • News • Industry Events • News • PS Vita / PlayStation Vita News, Trophies, Reviews, and More • PS1 / PlayStation One • PS2 / PlayStation 2 • PS3 / PlayStation 3 News, Trophies, Reviews, and More • PS4 News, Trophies, Reviews, and More • Video Many in the games industry have already called the demise of the handheld market citing a rise in mobile gaming as the prime reason for it. And many games on smartphones are free, or free to start,” Yoshida said after being asked if we’re likely to see a successor to the Vita. “I myself am a huge fan of PlayStation Vita and we worked really hard on designing every aspect,” he added. “Touch-based games are fun – there are many games with really good design. However as the handheld has been alive, the support and first party content for the Playstation Vita has dwindled, leaving only Indie games and third party content to keep the handheld afloat.

The company seems to be well aware of the handheld’s struggle to find an audience outside of its native Japan, a problem it attributes to an unhealthy climate for handheld gaming as a whole. The console constantly has a string of very solid indie games coming to it, but Sony have not been promoting it in front of audiences at conferences and even Sony’s Andrew House called it a “legacy console” earlier this year. But having sticks and buttons make things totally different. “So I hope, like many of you, that this culture of playing portable games continues but the climate is not healthy for now because of the huge dominance of mobile gaming.” In an interview with Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide; Yoshida made a statement that the release of a “Playstation Vita 2” is not likely, at least not right now.

Since its launch, the system has seen a variety of first-party exclusives come and go, most of which have found their way onto PS4, such as 2012’s Gravity Rush. Step 2: Open the file with a compatible email client (such as thunderbird), and forward it to your email account registered on the PS Vita’s email app. I personally find the mobile excuse somewhat lacking; as many Sony fans (such as myself) would take the Vita on the go and enjoy it if there were more first party games available.

While I believe the mobile and handheld market is quite different, the VITA has had a hard time staying relevant to more than very passionate fans in the last few years. Elsewhere during the Q&A session, Yoshida commented on Michael Pachter’s recent prediction about the end of the console era, stating that similar analyst reports have been cropping up since the advent of the original PlayStation, and are proven wrong time and time again.

Step 8: In order to unlock all PS Vita games, email the file to your PS Vita’s registered email address with the title ‘ur0:game/launch/list_launch_vita.dat‘. When asked whether we’d see another WipEout title, he said “never say never.” However, there isn’t much hope for the revival of Crash Bandicoot unless Activision decides to make another game as it owns the IP.

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