Does Sony plan on making PSone classics available on the PS Vita as they did on the PSP? I read that Legend Of Dragoon will be made available on the PSN next month. It would be awesome if I could download it on my Vita. I love my Vita, but the launch line up was weak to me. I've had my Vita since launch & have probably logged about 30mins of game time.
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Being that it is already on the psp I am shore it is already done.They just have to figure out when they wont to bring it out.My son codes for a living.Said this would be so easy for sonys big dogs to do.They may be trying to sell as much of the 40 and 50$ games befor they put the 6$ games on it.Hopefully vary soon.
This and cross play/remote play is the main reason why I bought a Vita to be honest. This is something that needs to be done ASAP. There is zero reason in my opinion that this couldn't have been ready at launch. A PSOne emulator has already been written for the PSP. Sometimes I really question the priorities of this company. It's no wonder they just had a 6 billion loss. It's simple, give the people what you say your going to give them and what they ask for. Happy customers = more profits for your business. Again, this is not a rant, just my opinion. I completely love Sony.
I can't blame people for being a little cheezed off about this, I am too. Sony was the first to really utilize backwards compatability on their systems. The recent trend of denying that, as well as delaying or denying workarounds and discounts for upgrading to the west, has felt like a kick in the teeth for a loyal customer.
I agree.I have been following the vita for about two years worth of reviews and advertisement.Wont one really bad now.But I can't force myself to buy another system that does less than my psp.Kind of disappointed because it was, than it wasn't,now it is, but who knows when.It,s a great system with a lot of power.Mabe they will get together soon and I,ll get one then.
The problem is, while the Vita is a solid system on its own legs, they didn't really get it up and running for the broader network before releasing it. It does all it's own software well enough, but comes up short in all other areas. Buying a system isn't a little thing anymore, all the companies have to acknowledge that it's an investment and people are looking for the long haul not just the next few years.