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i think 3DS Japan Sale will Beat Vita worldwide sale!!

 

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Well, as we celebrate 10M 3DS in Japan and Vita has 4M worldwide it seems likely.

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predict! / Can 3DS outsell PSP? / Does Vita have better 3rd-party support in 2014 than 3DS?

Bet with platformmaster918 and ethomaz about PS3 overtaking Wii in total sales.

Bet with Lawlight: How many PS3 will Sony ship over 2013. He wins if that are more than 11 million, I win if it are less.

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It depends on what Sony does with the Vita, it's too hard to tell. It could be out of production by 2014, or it could rebound and repeat the PSP's sales.

I say it won't do it, 3DS is too huge in Japan.

It already has....but lifetime wise? I dont think so but who knows, too soon to say.

 

Edit: Whats up with all these Vita mentions all of a sudden, just because of one game? I know its Pokemon but honestly like the PSP and the NDS, I think they are two different markets which can co-exist. Sony just needs to get its head out of its ass and help push the Vita like they did with the PS3 in its early years (and some more like price cuts ;p).



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Sony Cancels Former LittleBigPlanet Developers' Vita Game
Mismatch of expectations

A team comprised of former LittleBigPlanet developers has turned to Kickstarter following the cancellation of its first PlayStation Vita project. Ambient Studios – which was founded in 2011 – had been working on a Sony-funded handheld title for a year before the platform holder decided to pull the plug.

“We'd been working on the [Vita] game for about a year,” Jonny Hopper, who worked on the original LittleBigPlanet’s user creation tools, told Eurogamer.net. “Eventually it came to a mismatch of expectations of what we wanted to deliver and what we could deliver and what they wanted. So near the end of last year they pulled the funding plug unfortunately.”

It’s unclear what the title was about, but the team were understandably devastated by the cancellation. “We were really gutted,” he continued. “It was a bit of a shocker. But these things happen. That's game development. Games get canned all the time.”

Ambient Studios is currently seeking crowd-funding for its PC-based strategy title, Death Inc. It also intends to announce a self-funded iPad game in the coming weeks. Asked whether the team could finish the Vita title in the future, Hopper was reluctant to make any promises. “We don't really want to right now,” he said. “Financially it wouldn't work for us.”



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kowenicki said:
Sony Cancels Former LittleBigPlanet Developers' Vita Game
Mismatch of expectations

A team comprised of former LittleBigPlanet developers has turned to Kickstarter following the cancellation of its first PlayStation Vita project. Ambient Studios – which was founded in 2011 – had been working on a Sony-funded handheld title for a year before the platform holder decided to pull the plug.

“We'd been working on the [Vita] game for about a year,” Jonny Hopper, who worked on the original LittleBigPlanet’s user creation tools, told Eurogamer.net. “Eventually it came to a mismatch of expectations of what we wanted to deliver and what we could deliver and what they wanted. So near the end of last year they pulled the funding plug unfortunately.”

It’s unclear what the title was about, but the team were understandably devastated by the cancellation. “We were really gutted,” he continued. “It was a bit of a shocker. But these things happen. That's game development. Games get canned all the time.”

Ambient Studios is currently seeking crowd-funding for its PC-based strategy title, Death Inc. It also intends to announce a self-funded iPad game in the coming weeks. Asked whether the team could finish the Vita title in the future, Hopper was reluctant to make any promises. “We don't really want to right now,” he said. “Financially it wouldn't work for us.”


Could this be Tearaway?

Edit: Nvm, looks like its another surprise surprise unknown Sony title lmao.



BasilZero said:
kowenicki said:
Sony Cancels Former LittleBigPlanet Developers' Vita Game
Mismatch of expectations

A team comprised of former LittleBigPlanet developers has turned to Kickstarter following the cancellation of its first PlayStation Vita project. Ambient Studios – which was founded in 2011 – had been working on a Sony-funded handheld title for a year before the platform holder decided to pull the plug.

“We'd been working on the [Vita] game for about a year,” Jonny Hopper, who worked on the original LittleBigPlanet’s user creation tools, told Eurogamer.net. “Eventually it came to a mismatch of expectations of what we wanted to deliver and what we could deliver and what they wanted. So near the end of last year they pulled the funding plug unfortunately.”

It’s unclear what the title was about, but the team were understandably devastated by the cancellation. “We were really gutted,” he continued. “It was a bit of a shocker. But these things happen. That's game development. Games get canned all the time.”

Ambient Studios is currently seeking crowd-funding for its PC-based strategy title, Death Inc. It also intends to announce a self-funded iPad game in the coming weeks. Asked whether the team could finish the Vita title in the future, Hopper was reluctant to make any promises. “We don't really want to right now,” he said. “Financially it wouldn't work for us.”


Could this be Tearaway?


No. That's media molecule isn't it. 



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kowenicki said:
BasilZero said:
kowenicki said:
Sony Cancels Former LittleBigPlanet Developers' Vita Game
Mismatch of expectations

A team comprised of former LittleBigPlanet developers has turned to Kickstarter following the cancellation of its first PlayStation Vita project. Ambient Studios – which was founded in 2011 – had been working on a Sony-funded handheld title for a year before the platform holder decided to pull the plug.

“We'd been working on the [Vita] game for about a year,” Jonny Hopper, who worked on the original LittleBigPlanet’s user creation tools, told Eurogamer.net. “Eventually it came to a mismatch of expectations of what we wanted to deliver and what we could deliver and what they wanted. So near the end of last year they pulled the funding plug unfortunately.”

It’s unclear what the title was about, but the team were understandably devastated by the cancellation. “We were really gutted,” he continued. “It was a bit of a shocker. But these things happen. That's game development. Games get canned all the time.”

Ambient Studios is currently seeking crowd-funding for its PC-based strategy title, Death Inc. It also intends to announce a self-funded iPad game in the coming weeks. Asked whether the team could finish the Vita title in the future, Hopper was reluctant to make any promises. “We don't really want to right now,” he said. “Financially it wouldn't work for us.”


Could this be Tearaway?


No. That's media molecule isn't it. 


Whoops! My bad I thought Media Molecule made LittleBigPlanet o.O. Sorry still new to the Sony first parties ;p



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BasilZero said:
kowenicki said:
BasilZero said:
kowenicki said:
Sony Cancels Former LittleBigPlanet Developers' Vita Game
Mismatch of expectations

A team comprised of former LittleBigPlanet developers has turned to Kickstarter following the cancellation of its first PlayStation Vita project. Ambient Studios – which was founded in 2011 – had been working on a Sony-funded handheld title for a year before the platform holder decided to pull the plug.




Could this be Tearaway?


No. That's media molecule isn't it. 


Whoops! My bad I thought Media Molecule made LittleBigPlanet o.O. Sorry still new to the Sony first parties ;p

They did. This is ex media molecule people. But yes media molecule are making tearaway.



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