PS4 or PS Vita? PS Vita can play PS4 games? (I own a PS1)

#11Shacky_101Posted 6/26/2013 5:51:38 AM
DarkZV2Beta posted...
I seem to recall a spec list citing the need to be on local wifi.


... once again you're wrong. Shuhei Yoshida even confirmed that it can be done over local wifi and over the network. Even the PS3 can stream games(games that can be streamed) over the network to the Vita.
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#122NIKNIMPosted 7/2/2013 3:26:05 AM(edited)
Shacky_101 posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
I seem to recall a spec list citing the need to be on local wifi.


... once again you're wrong. Shuhei Yoshida even confirmed that it can be done over local wifi and over the network. Even the PS3 can stream games(games that can be streamed) over the network to the Vita.


Was going to say this. But then the wiki link posted above even reads as if you have to be in close vicinity of the console...

"Remote Play is a feature of Sony video game consoles, the PlayStation 3 and upcoming PlayStation 4, to transmit its video and audio output to one of its handheld video game consoles, the PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita, instead of a television. As long as the player stays within the transmission distance, the player essentially plays the home console game on the handheld console. The concept is similar to Wii U's Off-TV Play. While largely an optional feature used sparingly with the PlayStation 3, Sony announced that Remote Play would be a mandatory feature for almost all PlayStation 4 games to the PlayStation Vita."


I take this was written by someone who has never even used remoteplay?
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#13MercurysMessagePosted 7/2/2013 3:30:36 AM
2NIKNIM posted...
Shacky_101 posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
I seem to recall a spec list citing the need to be on local wifi.


... once again you're wrong. Shuhei Yoshida even confirmed that it can be done over local wifi and over the network. Even the PS3 can stream games(games that can be streamed) over the network to the Vita.


Was going to say this. But then the wiki link posted above even reads as if you have to be in close vicinity of the console...

"Remote Play is a feature of Sony video game consoles, the PlayStation 3 and upcoming PlayStation 4, to transmit its video and audio output to one of its handheld video game consoles, the PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita, instead of a television. As long as the player stays within the transmission distance, the player essentially plays the home console game on the handheld console. The concept is similar to Wii U's Off-TV Play. While largely an optional feature used sparingly with the PlayStation 3, Sony announced that Remote Play would be a mandatory feature for almost all PlayStation 4 games to the PlayStation Vita."


I take this was written by someone who has never even used remoteplay?


It's Wikipedia, that is all that has to be said hahahaha
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#14RjmhartPosted 7/2/2013 4:11:42 AM
MercurysMessage posted...
2NIKNIM posted...
Shacky_101 posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
I seem to recall a spec list citing the need to be on local wifi.


... once again you're wrong. Shuhei Yoshida even confirmed that it can be done over local wifi and over the network. Even the PS3 can stream games(games that can be streamed) over the network to the Vita.


Was going to say this. But then the wiki link posted above even reads as if you have to be in close vicinity of the console...

"Remote Play is a feature of Sony video game consoles, the PlayStation 3 and upcoming PlayStation 4, to transmit its video and audio output to one of its handheld video game consoles, the PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita, instead of a television. As long as the player stays within the transmission distance, the player essentially plays the home console game on the handheld console. The concept is similar to Wii U's Off-TV Play. While largely an optional feature used sparingly with the PlayStation 3, Sony announced that Remote Play would be a mandatory feature for almost all PlayStation 4 games to the PlayStation Vita."


I take this was written by someone who has never even used remoteplay?


It's Wikipedia, that is all that has to be said hahahaha


I played Shadow of the Colossus on my Vita at my friend's house, 45 miles from my ps3. Both were connected to the internet. So, you definitely do not need to be in the vicinity of the ps3/4.
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#15Shacky_101Posted 7/2/2013 4:44:47 AM
Rjmhart posted...
MercurysMessage posted...
2NIKNIM posted...
Shacky_101 posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
I seem to recall a spec list citing the need to be on local wifi.


... once again you're wrong. Shuhei Yoshida even confirmed that it can be done over local wifi and over the network. Even the PS3 can stream games(games that can be streamed) over the network to the Vita.


Was going to say this. But then the wiki link posted above even reads as if you have to be in close vicinity of the console...

"Remote Play is a feature of Sony video game consoles, the PlayStation 3 and upcoming PlayStation 4, to transmit its video and audio output to one of its handheld video game consoles, the PlayStation Portable or PlayStation Vita, instead of a television. As long as the player stays within the transmission distance, the player essentially plays the home console game on the handheld console. The concept is similar to Wii U's Off-TV Play. While largely an optional feature used sparingly with the PlayStation 3, Sony announced that Remote Play would be a mandatory feature for almost all PlayStation 4 games to the PlayStation Vita."


I take this was written by someone who has never even used remoteplay?


It's Wikipedia, that is all that has to be said hahahaha


I played Shadow of the Colossus on my Vita at my friend's house, 45 miles from my ps3. Both were connected to the internet. So, you definitely do not need to be in the vicinity of the ps3/4.


How smooth is it? Does require high speed internet?
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#16RjmhartPosted 7/2/2013 5:22:06 AM
^It's real smooth, pretty much what I would expect if I was playing the ps3 directly, just on a smaller screen. However, the friend I was visiting does home installations for a major cable provider, so we both have about as good of connections as you can get.

My ps3 has something like 19.6 MBPS download and I think 5.6 upload. From what I saw trying to figure out that NAT type crap with the Vita, I don't think the Vita is nearly as capable of getting the same connections as the ps3. I'm assuming the ps4 will have much better technology for decompressing/compressing and all that technical jargon I only understand to a minimal degree. Some of the IT professionals on here (like Cheezedada) know this stuff real well.

With a good connection, it works very well.
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