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lots of rumors flying around the past 12 hrs or so, to recap:
1. Vita price cut/new models going to be announced on the 20th
2. vita memory card price cut(really hope this is true)
3. PS3 price cut(patcher is throwing that out there)
4. PS4 will stream ps3 games for BC.
5. Last guardian has been in dev for ps4 for quite a while.
Wednesday will be a fun news day, and i'd love to see them drop the vita card prices by 50%, i'd immediately buy a 32 gb card if i could get it for 50$
streaming PS3 games for BC is inane. I hate this idea. That said... maybe.. just MAYBE i could see that one being true. I still say it affects too much of the global market to put that kind of feature on a home console but hey technically with the online store we are saying that world wide it's ok to expect the consumer to have broadband internet.. so maybe it could happen.
I'm not as concerned about BC, thought it'd be nice to get BC for already existing downloaded titles, i'm sure there will be some surprises tomorrow, feels almost like christmas,
Here's a decent look what could be a more finished controller.
How exactly does streaming PS3 games help for BC? BC means we can use our current games on the new system. Vita does not have BC, and neither will PS4 due to the different chip architecture.
The Vita has a PSP emulator, so we can still natively play the PSP games downloaded from the PSN (no UMD slot for physical games though).
But yeah, the PS4 will not feature a native PS2/3 emulator. If the rumors are true, it could stream older games using Gaikai.
Having a full PS2/PS3 games catalog at launch would be awesome lol (I know I'm just being silly lol)
@EdEN how is launching one week before christmas fucking up?
that is the worst time to launch a product. All the christmas shopping has been done. people are broke. the only people making real money the week before christmas are movie theatres. Christmas Day is really big because jewish people have few places left to go. Trust me I lived in South Florida
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