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What does PCH think of handhelds?

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User Info: Lvthn

3 years ago#31
Current gen, I use a Vita. Been pretty happy with it, barely had to buy any games due to PS+. Handhelds are a good platform for older games or games in those styles (like strategy-RPGs), a small screen with high pixel density and strong colors does a lot to mask low resolutions.

User Info: SnipeStar

3 years ago#32
Digital Storm posted...
I've got a 3DS XL with a bunch of games that I don't play nearly as much as I probably should. I have no complaints.
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User Info: therickmu25

3 years ago#33
Trench Tier of gaming. But suits some people's lifestyles nonetheless.

User Info: Gynthaeres

3 years ago#34
3DS is a great companion to a PC. It's got a lot of wonderful exclusives, and its sleep mode means you can easily grab it and play for a few minutes while waiting for your PC to boot up, waiting for a game to load, waiting for matchmaking, or something else.
Rune Factory 4 was my favorite game of 2013, across all platforms. Zelda: ALBW and Fire Emblem: Awakening were both also up there. No regrets with getting a 3DS XL.

A Vita? Eh. Not enough quality games to be worth it at this point, at least as far as I know. Don't have one, and don't think I'm missing out on much. I've only heard of 1-2 "must have" games for it.
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