Video: PlayStation Vita with PS3 Remote Play Demos at TGS 2011
Last month news of PS3 / PS Vita Connectivity leaked out, and today Japanese site 4Gamer.net (linked above) has made available some video footage of Killzone 3 and LittleBigPlanet 2 using PlayStation Vita with PS3 Remote Play at TGS 2011.
Additionally, Sony's Shuhei Yoshida has also confirmed via Twitter that PS Vita will be region-free.
To quote, roughly translated: Keynote TGS FORUM 2011 is held concurrently with the Tokyo Game Show 2011, including speeches by Dr. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios entire picture of the PlayStation Vita were made.
PlayStation Vita was introduced in this session (hereafter, PS Vita) focuses on the part of the new features, you want to convey the essentials. The most attention in this demo, PlayStation 3 and the ability to link it.
But was an example of some applications which, inter alia, an organic EL panel displays in the game PS Vita PS3, that operate on the PS Vita "Remote Play" is a pretty big impact. That you are trying to do the Wii U, which is doing impressions on the PlayStation series.
Shown below, Killzone 3 was recorded a demo called to work with the PS Vita, but a short time and quality I think it causes a delay.
Incidentally, that PS Vita, but a small number of buttons compared with DUALSHOCK 3, this area would like to note that it was complemented by the touch pad on the back.
Another demonstration was meant to be used quite well as a controller for the PS3 add PS Vita.
The session, specially designed "Little Big Planet" is available, but was introduced customers to play cooperative and PS Vita and the PS3, rather than using a controller compatible with DUALSHOCK 3 just a PS Vita, with a touch such as moving the plane, taking advantage of the hardware, it was impressive was how a possible expansion controller.
PS3 so far (+ DUALSHOCK 3) not possible with, say that what had been expected to expand to new gaming experience.
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That's a really bad translation!
Yea heh, that is about as good as Google Translate gets... short of someone who knows Japanese manually translating it for us. At least the videos are somewhat able to be followed though.