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Monday, 10 September 2012 07:37

Vita console ports not what Sony wants

Written by David Stellmack

Does not want to make the same mistake as PSP

Sony is apparently attempting to steer developers away from porting their console titles over to the Vita. Instead, Sony wants unique titles for the Vita to avoid the console ports on a handheld label that the PSP seemed to always get.

The interesting thing about this strategy is that right now the Vita needs games; and steering developers away from porting titles to the Vita might not be the best move until the handheld has a more established library of games.

It is difficult to say if developers will want to fall in line with Sony’s thinking, as there are a couple of high profile upcoming releases for the Vita that seem to maybe offer a different and unique experience from their console cousins.

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