Shuhei Yoshida Says Climate Isn’t Healthy For Vita Successor

When the PlayStation Vita first launched, Sony pitched their new handheld as a beefier alternative to smartphone gaming. And that’s only possible because of the power of the PlayStation 4, so finally we’ve got that missing piece of the puzzle. Users in the past too have exploited security loopholes in certain PlayStation Portable (PSP) digital games that are playable on the PS Vita, which made Sony pull these games from the PlayStation Network (PSN) until they were fixed. “People have mobile phones and it’s so easy to play games on smartphones”. He continued, “I myself am a huge fan of PlayStation Vita and we worked really hard on designing every aspect”.


PlayStation Vita originally launched in Japan back in December 2011, then in Europe during February 2012.

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When people from the public had the chance to ask him questions, one of them asked about his favorite non-Sony console, where he replied that it was the Wii U. That makes sense for games that make heavy use of the Vita’s camera or rear touchpad, but not for Vita games like Mortal Kombat, Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, and dozens more portable titles that seem ideal for TV play but are nonetheless incompatible with PlayStation TV.


Now, some enterprising hackers have apparently gone a long way toward fixing this problem by increasing the PlayStation TV’s software compatibility with a simple hack. It’s just not working out the way Sony had hoped but indeed, there are culture and market reasons.

Sony States the Climate is “Not Healthy” for a new Handheld