Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida flings Knack off phone during TGS 2013 keynote

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9 Responses

  1. Wizard says:

    Can’t wait to get my hands on a PSTV

  2. Chuckthetekkie says:

    I’d love to be able to play PSP/Vita games on a TV with a controller better contoured for my big hands.

  3. wizardinblack says:

    yeah, but instead of buying a new $100 device, i would much rather be able to buy a $20 video out cable, and get that nyko battery grip for $25. that way i still have money to go get KZM and my thumbs still wont cramp after an hour:D

  4. NNNRT says:

    It all depends on opinion, how one likes something, & which is more comfortable for them. I personally won’t contrast the Vita TV with the normal Vita, I would consider each one a device for itself.

  5. skpg says:

    At the same time he doesn’t want to drop the proprietary memory cards on the Vita, or get rid of CMA.

    Ever since the PS3 Sony has been doing everything to nickel and the dime the consumer, control/monitor the user to prevent them from modding their hardware or to prevent piracy. And people wonder why Sony is hated?

    Shuhei Yoshida doesn’t really explain anything other than Sony’s attempts to dictate what the consumer wants. Consumers don’t like that, they like freedom not some asshole corporation trying to shove all their useless interactive fluff down our throats. Most likely all this interactive fluff is just another way for Sony to monitor the user.

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