News: All PS4 Games To Be Playable On PS Vita

ps4-psvita-remoteplayAccording to Sony’s official PlayStation 4 site, the PlayStation Vita will be able to play all PS4 games via the PS Vita’s Remote Play function, something previously spoken of during the PlayStation 4 meeting in February.

It’s by no means confirmation that every single PS4 game will be playable on the PS Vita right out of the gate, but it’s a good sign of things to come for the struggling handheld.

It’s something that was heavily promoted by Sony in the run up to the launch of the PS Vita, though that time around it was the PlayStation 3 that the PS Vita would be streaming from, and we all know how that went down. Not very well indeed…

This is great news for PS Vita owners, and since the PS4 reveal back in February, it feels that by having a PS Vita, you’ve already got your first taste of the next-generation Sony console, the PS4.

We’ve emailed Sony asking for specifics, but it’d be a surprise if they actually gave any informative reply. Worth a try though, right?

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Exciting news! Are you looking at your PS Vita in a new light now?

1 comment
  1. While that’s actually pretty awesome, I fail to see how that’s going to help the Vita. Streaming from a console leads to hiccups in the gameplay. I’ve tried it with Ico/Shadow of the Colossus, and while it worked admirably, it was not without it’s problems. Also, this will may have the unintended side effect of discouraging developers to make Vita games. Why should they devote money to the handheld if they could just stream the PS4 version? Oh, Sony. I think you may have put the final nail in your own system’s coffin. But, hey, who knows? Thankfully for Vita fans, I’m usually wrong about many things in life. This’ll probably be another one of those times.

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