PS Vita Takes Longer To Be Done, And Fans Are Not Happy

Even though Sony said that the cartridge and hardware products for the awaited PS Vita are about to be done, also though the platform might be ready soon, not everything is prepped for the launch of this device.

Globally, a lot of titles get published on the PlayStation Store, but for you to play them on your device, they need to get the specific support that takes longer than expected. The final software submissions had a deadline decided by the Japanese giant, according to Suaku, the Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story developer, but that will need to be widened.

We are happy to announce that Cowcat Games and Ratalaika Games, prevalent PS Vita publishers, offered us some information regarding the cut-offs. To be more precise, they were not aware of any of them as the platform holder has not provided them any details about this.

PS Vita Takes Longer To Be Done, And Fans Are Not Happy

The conclusion might be that this has actually been a misunderstanding, even though the Japanese giant could change their mind at any time. Before any change happens, we know that for now, the portable is happening.

According to a PS Vita fan, this device offers a great game experience thanks to the brilliant quality its buttons have and the plenty of games available even though some desired one might lack a truly great first-party support.

Another person suggests that games could be played on different platforms in case they are not accepted on PS Vita. The fact is that the Vita has such a big library that it is hard not to find something of your liking to play as the company provides a wide range of games to compensate for the ones not available.

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