“Sony is still making Vita game cards?” you’re probably wondering if you live in North America or Europe. Well, not for long – production will stop at the end of Sony’s fiscal year, aka March 2019. Digital distribution will live on, however.
The PlayStation Vita launched in early 2012 (a bit earlier in Japan), so it’s had a long life – not a terribly successful one, but a long one. The portable console remains fairly popular in its home country of Japan, riding on the success of indie JRPGs. Other than a small, dedicated fan base, there aren’t many that will miss it in the West, however.
We know what you’re thinking – just make another Xperia Play already! If Sony was to make another portable console, it would have to go up against the immensely popular Nintendo Switch and let’s just say that the Vita-3DS battle didn’t exactly go in Sony’s favor. Plus, gaming phones are hot right now.
I have a good laugh at people wanting a 120hz screen on 1080p on a handheld. Consoles can't handle that and PC only with a beefy GTX 1070 on newest games. Also please no snapdragon, Nvidia has better software tools for making games, Sony sh...
honestly it's been too long, 3ds vs vita battle was sony's fault to begin with, the first generation was bulkier, heavier and most of the games were crap, plus let me not talk about the prices on those memory cards
Gaming phones filled with shallow f2p gachas coupled with touch screen controls that block 2/3 of the screen unless you use external controls.