That's not the argument I was making. NoA are releasing games developed by NoJ; SCEJ aren't developing for Vita so SCEA have nothing to release. Neither are releasing titles for their systems that are developed in their own territories (actually, Vita kinda has one up on Wii U since Resident Evil Reveltaions 2 was a SCEA initiative).
I suppose the situations are largely different because SCEA have a number of development studios while NoA have Retro (but don't they often work in partnership with developers like Monster Games & Next Level Games who haven't touched the Wii U yet?)
Saying all this, I feel we may be swinging things wayyy off topic based on a largely throwaway comment by me :P
I get what you're saying now, sorry for misunderstanding.
And yes, we are very off topic.