So the PS Vita is officially a laughing stock?

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User Info: JP_Sartre

JP_Sartre
4 years ago#21
TC must have forgotten the Atari LYNX.
"The Virtual Boy didn't fail. We failed the Virtual Boy"
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User Info: bil74

bil74
4 years ago#22
I want a Vita, but Persona 4 Golden is really the only game I want, so I probably won't get one. If there are more JPRGs released, I may reconsider.

AC3L looks interesting, but I'm not going to change my data plan and walk around with my Vita looking for people to play with. That doesn't work outside of middle school.

User Info: DevilStrider

DevilStrider
4 years ago#23
zetsuclone posted...
The only ones laughing are the broke losers who cant afford it. Vita/3ds master race.


I'm laughing my ass off and I own one.
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User Info: PrinnyGod_

PrinnyGod_
4 years ago#24
That feel when you own both a 3ds and vita.
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User Info: BossBang

BossBang
4 years ago#25
FayeLady posted...
MyWifeBeatsMe posted...
No other console/handheld of this magnitude failed this hard


That isn't really true. Most recently the PSP Go and the Gameboy Micro failed for the same lack of compatibility and pricing schemes the Vita is failing with.

So while they don't seem to learn very well, you can hardly say they are the first to fail in this way.


You're saying the Micro, which released after the DS came out, didn't sell like hotcakes because it couldn't play Gameboy color games?

<_<

And as for as the Go, it released towards the end of the PSP's lifespan and was supposed to be an option for gamers who preferred digital games. Not a PSP successor.

Neither of those platforms were designed to "take over the market", they were just alternative devices designed to be more convenient for the gamer.
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User Info: inuyasha1031

inuyasha1031
4 years ago#26
Guys, you are getting trolled by a guy who gets beat by his wife.
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User Info: FayeLady

FayeLady
4 years ago#27
BossBang posted...
FayeLady posted...
MyWifeBeatsMe posted...
No other console/handheld of this magnitude failed this hard


That isn't really true. Most recently the PSP Go and the Gameboy Micro failed for the same lack of compatibility and pricing schemes the Vita is failing with.

So while they don't seem to learn very well, you can hardly say they are the first to fail in this way.


You're saying the Micro, which released after the DS came out, didn't sell like hotcakes because it couldn't play Gameboy color games?

<_<

And as for as the Go, it released towards the end of the PSP's lifespan and was supposed to be an option for gamers who preferred digital games. Not a PSP successor.

Neither of those platforms were designed to "take over the market", they were just alternative devices designed to be more convenient for the gamer.



No, im say lack of compatibility was a huge issue for both of them. Not just games, but chargers, cables, memory, whatever else. The fact they cost more than their predecessors (GBASP and PSP3k) and played fewer games was also a huge issue. The Micro and to an even larger extent, the Go were not about being convenient, they were about limiting the users choice to they type of game that would be more profitable. This is a similar philosophy that drives the Vita, yet people are surprised consumers aren't embracing it.
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User Info: Squirrelette

Squirrelette
4 years ago#28
FKRW4Life posted...
zetsuclone posted...
The only ones laughing are the broke losers who cant afford it. Vita/3ds master race.


I feel bad for those people.

The ones who are the idiots are the ones who decided a system with many good games, backward support of most psp titles, and playing great classic titles is somehow not worth buying because it isn't selling well.


Backward support? Sorry, excuse me while I laugh myself silly. Backward support for *only* downloaded games, and not even all of those. Not *true* backward support. Unless there's some secret way I can play my old UMD's on my Vita that I've yet to discover. <sarcasm>
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User Info: quickposter

quickposter
4 years ago#29
ITP posted...
People are dissing this device for no reason whatsoever, and poor marketing from Sony isn't helping this situation well enough.


Sony's marketing is all over the place. People just don't care at the moment.
Bethesda not convinced people will buy the next xbox and PS4: your install base always starts at zero

User Info: MegaMettaur

MegaMettaur
4 years ago#30
zetsuclone posted...
The only ones laughing are the broke losers who cant afford it. Vita/3ds master race.
Playing (vita): Disgaea 1&2, UMvC3, MGSHD, BBCS2 EX. PSN: Roksor.
See that? I'm actually playing my Vita. Scrubs.
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