Phantasy star online 2!
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Posted 8/21/12
Now I want a VITA.

but why not just make it for the PS3????
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Posted 8/23/12
I have fond memories of the original on Dreamcast. I don't know if I'd wanna play it on a portable though and I doubt it'd make me wanna buy a Vita. Seems interesting though.
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Posted 8/24/12 , edited 8/24/12

yamato510510 wrote:

Now I want a VITA.

but why not just make it for the PS3????


Most Vita games can be played and ported to ps3. Pso2 will be no exception, the first real portable mmorpg. I counter your question with, why don't they stop making games for ps3 and just make vita games?
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Posted 8/24/12
Because the majority of console gamers aren't big fans of handheld games. (in my opinion)

They're stuck inside their Call of Duty world.
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Posted 8/25/12

yamato510510 wrote:

Because the majority of console gamers aren't big fans of handheld games. (in my opinion)

They're stuck inside their Call of Duty world.


Sounds to me like everyone is grossly misinformed about the Vita. If a game comes out on Vita, you CAN play on your ps3 without transfering data or installing it or disabling your ps3. Your Vita connects to the network and BAM! All the games that are on it are playable on ps3 now. Yeah, it's like that. Hardware specs put VITA at an HD handheld formidable with ps3. So I ask again, why are we still making ps3 games? Why not just make them all VITA compatible and ps3 users can play them? Makes no sense.
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yamato510510 wrote:

Now I want a VITA.

but why not just make it for the PS3????

Well, they at least admit to how badly they mishandled PSU and are looking to make positive changes so that doesn't happen again. It also appears that PSO2 was never meant to be released internationally at the same time so the lag between Japan release and the rest of the world is fully intended.
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