da number one stooge posted... The PSP is the most uncomfortable thing I've ever held (inb4dirtyjoke), why in gods name would I want to use the Vita over a DS3?
Completely agree with this. Granted maybe the Vita may be different. --- When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.
EddieWeMissUPosted 8/3/2011 1:32:10 AM
I may be wrong here, but I'm sure the PSP had certain controller screens, such as a rear view mirror in some driving games etc, so surely the Vita will be capable of doing inventories and maps? Again, this is purely speculation and I may not be right. --- Stoke City R.U.F.C. Swing low, sweet chariot!
ShippoyashaPosted 8/3/2011 1:34:08 AM
While PSP is a bit clunky, I got used to it pretty quick. I actually think stuff like DS/DSLite/3DS are clunky and top-heavy than the PSP.
If you hold the PSP on the palm, it's not bad.
I just wish they let you have a handle on both sides (like Dreamcast/Playstation idea of handles) for ergonomics.
Number1SurvivorPosted 8/3/2011 2:56:42 AM
Just when I thought the Vita couldn't already be jam-packed with more inane gimmicks than a Professional Wrestling federation, along comes this. What next? 3D capability? --- metalgearmercenaries.blogspot.com [This signature can only be unlocked by purchasing our $9.99 DLC Pack] - Activison
SomnusNemorisPosted 8/3/2011 3:01:27 AM
Number1Survivor posted... Brilliant.
Just when I thought the Vita couldn't already be jam-packed with more inane gimmicks than a Professional Wrestling federation, along comes this. What next? 3D capability?
Now you've reassured yourself, you're free to leave! Kthx.
ironbruPosted 8/3/2011 3:12:32 AM
As soon as Wipeout was announced for the PS Vita I was sold, any more features are bonuses IMO. --- Currently Playing: Wipeout Series (PS1,PS2, PS3, PSP), Forza Motorsport Series (Xbox, Xbox 360).