Sony’s 2 hour SCEJA press conference in one short read

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  1. Seong Aleque says:

    “SSD is seen to be a fully evolved XPERIENCE…”

  2. theinfuser599 says:

    I don’t like the redesign the Vita looks feels weighs fine

  3. veelk says:

    The LCD screen might be a good change for me, because the OLED is too bright for my eyes. But it depends on if it can dim lower too.

    What I really want is a TV HDMI cable for god sakes.

  4. silkyskeeter says:

    I love and hate the new redesign for PsVita. I dont want to lose my OLED screen just for better “select”, “start”, “PS” buttons, lighter frame, and a micro usb port tbh. The weight of the original feels fine to me, I love it being a brick. But I do like the new micro usb charging port tho because I freaking hate how sensitive the original’s charging port and/or cord is/are.
    But if they announce the PsVita Tv has remote play support with PsVita I will get that over the PsVita slim. Especially if the PsVita Tv can adhoc play with a PsVita. Because they already stated that PsVita Tv wont be able to play all PsVita games, for obvious reasons but if there is remote play that’s something different all together. Because I would much rather have a wireless means of playing my PsVita games on a Tv over a wired HDMI cord option. But maybe I am the minority in that opinion.
    But, on another note, Im still waiting on an announcement of GaiKai support for PsVita because I would love to be able to play Ps3 games on my PsVita (where ever I may be) without having to go out and purchase a Ps3. Cmon Sony, make it happen. If OnLive can do it with PC games streamed to an iPad or laptop, GaiKai can do it with Ps3 games streamed to a PsVita. Actually, depending how they do it, how many servers, and how much hardware they have dedicated to GaiKai, they could actually make GaiKai stream Ps4 games to the PsVita without owning a Ps4, js. Just some food for thought.

  5. decookaaron says:

    It’ll be good for newcomers to the vita, but current owners won’t be getting much change. Like 1gb built in, 1hr added battery life, dimmer screen, usb port. Different colors are cool. But with my battery mod on my WiFi version adds more then an hour. Everything else I’m fine with. Like people say their ain’t much room in the WiFi vita for mods but there’s enough room to add 3 more batteries to boost battery life, and other things. Just don’t be scared to mod the backing a little to add a better battery or a second. Its worth the mod and has a very low chance of destroying something. Its better then paying another 200$ just for these little changes. But that’s my opinion.

  6. PlaGeRaN says:

    Ok this sucks, just got a vita for my birthday now this! Sucks to have the device now.

    • :'( says:

      I know that feel. After leaving my vita to dust on the shelf BAM PS Vita 2 & PS4 & Killzone… I hope the new Vita is just a redesign not anything special that will kill my original vita (like PS4 remote play ect)

      • PlaGeRaN says:

        I know the feeling, got a psp 1001 and after a few drops the 3004, now this? I’ll admit the upgrade from 3004 to vita is a huge difference. only downside is I’m sitting with a stack of UMD’s….

    • Caio says:

      You should be thankful for having that glorious OLED screen

  7. NNNRT says:

    OLED has better color & quality than LCD, LCD is cheaper & breaks faster. But if Sony really care about the battery, they should upgrade the software so that brightness can be decreased more. The screen is too damn bright in dark places.

    • NNNRT says:

      I think it’s LCD because it’s made by Samsung, if the screen is the same as the one on the Galaxy S4, then that’s good. The current screen sometimes freaks with many Vita owners.

      • Thrawn says:

        Nope not gonna be a sammy display.
        I bet its either a sharp like it was on the psp and all its iterations or a japan display.
        But no sammy, they don’t produce in nippon so this would hurt their economics.
        Its gonna be a sharp.

    • thefact says:

      nope, oled break down faster..

    • veelk says:

      “they should upgrade the software so that brightness can be decreased more.”

      A million times this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s the one single thing i’ve been wishing for since my first 3 seconds of using my Vita.
      Also, a desaturation bar. The colors may be great, but older games weren’t intended for it. I mean, TV’s have this. Why not Vita?

  8. K405 says:

    Give me (us) Onimusha and a real Ridge Racer. ()_()

  9. agent058 says:

    D-Pad is still too close to each other for me to play blaz blue like i did on my 3000

    Id much rather play on the LCD Screen, that way my videos scale better <3

    They should called this " Ps Vita Slim" <3

  10. Thrawn says:

    95% of those announced games wont make it to us nor europe, so pretty unimpressive.

  11. mangosteam says:

    Hmmm only the 1gig internal memory interests me

  12. DeathOfChaos says:

    The bottom one is obviously the slim by design. Notice how it is less vibrant and the text is blurry compared to the 1st gen Vita. All in all, they’re sacrificing quality in order to make something cheaper. They took two steps back, they skipped regular LED and went to the basic HD screen format.

    http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/18ztnk8ypduiojpg/ku-xlarge.jpg

  13. cdrom0 says:

    It’s Gung Ho, not Hung Ho… but nobody cares anyway…

  14. Guardian says:

    When you said short what exactly did you mean?

  15. hurpdurp says:

    Actually, you can polish it, but it will still be what it originally was.

  16. PlaGeRaN says:

    agreed! no point in buying a game for a 100 bucks, when you can get them for a third in your bargain bins XD!

    atleast my 3004 still works, time to finish my gta stories lol!

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