PS3 Games Can Be Better On PS Vita

Despite a lot of talk of the PlayStation Vita being able to match home consoles in the visual department, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida has said that the standard of modern graphics meant that being close to the home experience wouldn’t have been enough for the Vita on its own, leading Sony to innovate in areas such as touch and motion control when designing the handheld.
“After a couple of years with the PSP people get used to looking at pretty pictures and especially after the launch of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 the expectations for graphics moves on,” the President of Sony Worldwide Studios said.
“Just having great graphics on a pretty screen wouldn’t have been enough. That’s why we spent so much time innovating with user interface devices like the touch pad or camera and motion sensors.”
But Yoshida now believes that the resources put into these areas means that the Vita can surpass its home console big brother when dealing with franchises such as Uncharted: “We really want our developers to be able to look at all the additional UI’s and connectivity features that Vita has, and how you can make their PS3 games even better, more intuitive on PS Vita.”
“When you try Uncharted on PS3 graphically you can compare it to Uncharted 3, but the unique way that PS Vita version uses the touch, the camera and motion sensors you should feel that this is an Uncharted experience on PS Vita that you can’t get on PlayStation 3,” he told “That’s what we’re trying to achieve.”

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