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Ruler said:
VanceIX said:

This argument makes no sense. Zero. Zip. Of course I'm going to compare it to the PS3/PS4, sincem most people who have one also have one of those consoles. When you can get the vast majority of the titles on a different system, with better graphics, why would you buy the handheld? The 3DS has a ton of exclusives and is completely seperate from the Wii U, while the Vita is like a PS3 mini, just with almost no first party exclusives. There's a major difference between the two.


Its a handheld, so you can take it with you and play games like resident evil revelations 2 where ever you want. If you think that graphics matter and that the ps4 is stronger than the vita than youre right but it says that handhelds arent for you in the first place, and youre playing them home which makes no sense whats so ever.

No, it says that people are looking for games developed for handheld ground up, not console ports like the majority of the Vita's games. People don't buy a handheld to play what they play at home on the go. They do it for a more digestable experience, one that Sony has not gotten right since the original PSP.



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VanceIX said:
Ruler said:


Its a handheld, so you can take it with you and play games like resident evil revelations 2 where ever you want. If you think that graphics matter and that the ps4 is stronger than the vita than youre right but it says that handhelds arent for you in the first place, and youre playing them home which makes no sense whats so ever.

No, it says that people are looking for games developed for handheld ground up, not console ports like the majority of the Vita's games. People don't buy a handheld to play what they play at home on the go. They do it for a more digestable experience, one that Sony has not gotten right since the original PSP.

so youre basicly saying without these games you wouldnt play on the 3DS, that shows you arent interrested in handhelds if it werent for exclusives.



It wouldn't be a big slap in the face if the game look and feel like a next gen game.



Don't copy random editorials.

Ruler said:
VanceIX said:

No, it says that people are looking for games developed for handheld ground up, not console ports like the majority of the Vita's games. People don't buy a handheld to play what they play at home on the go. They do it for a more digestable experience, one that Sony has not gotten right since the original PSP.

so youre basicly saying without these games you wouldnt play on the 3DS, that shows you arent interrested in handhelds if it werent for exclusives.

lol what

It means that I want games made for handhelds on my handheld. It's something that almost everyone wants for handhelds. Not wanting straight up half backed console ports and indies as the primary games on my handheld means that I should get out of handhelds? If you say so. Personally, I'd rather have a game made for an easily digestable and portable experience like Pokemon or Fire Emblem Awakening on my handheld than a port of an indie game that plays better on home consoles anyways.

Handhelds should not be portable home consoles. They should be their own niche, something that Nintendo has known since the original Gameboy and something that Sony forgot after the PSP.



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kinisking said:
ils411 said:

I am one of those who only owns a Vita...

Sony has already given Vita ownly owners a double middle finger to the face...

If Gravity Rush 2 were to become a PS4 exclusive, it would be like giving Vita only owners a kage no bushin no jutsu x 1 million double middle finger to the face...

Then I would sell both my Vitas and join the N3ds. 

I was also. I'm already planning on getting the a n3ds. 

Well, honsetly, i'm also planning on getting a n3ds. but if sony decides to screw ps vita only owners further, then i'd be more than happy to sell both my vitas and be a n3ds only gamer.



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I'm a huge Vita fan and would be just fine with that.



VanceIX said:
Ruler said:

so youre basicly saying without these games you wouldnt play on the 3DS, that shows you arent interrested in handhelds if it werent for exclusives.

lol what

It means that I want games made for handhelds on my handheld. It's something that almost everyone wants for handhelds. Not wanting straight up half backed console ports and indies as the primary games on my handheld means that I should get out of handhelds? If you say so. Personally, I'd rather have a game made for an easily digestable and portable experience like Pokemon or Fire Emblem Awakening on my handheld than a port of an indie game that plays better on home consoles anyways.

Handhelds should not be portable home consoles. They should be their own niche, something that Nintendo has known since the original Gameboy and something that Sony forgot after the PSP.


Thats your opinion but the sales numbers of both hanhelds are telling a different story that hanhelds are dieng, so nintendo isnt doing everything right and sony everything worse than nintendo.