Sony's PlayStation home consoles have been totally smash-hit over their 25-year history, with the PlayStation 4 already selling more than 100 million units and the winning Guinness World Record for its achievements , PlayStation Vita, however, and it looks like the little portable powerhouse never wants to be a successor.
Speaking to Game Informer as part of a cover story on the brand's 25th anniversary, Sony's potential handheld console plans:
"PlayStation Vita was brilliant in many ways, and the actual gaming experience was great, but it's a business we Ryan said.
The Vita struggled to make much of an impact right out of the gate when it launched in 201
This started to dwindle, however, and the system was left more as an indie and third-party Japanese games machine. Sony eventually started marketing it as a companion system to the PS4 because of its remote play functionality. Its touchscreen and rear touchpad could be used to perform certain functions of a controller, as well as the L2 and R2 buttons.
In some ways, Nintendo manages to effectively replace the Vita with its Switch, which therefore has found a home for many as well as major AAA publishers. The primary difference is that Nintendo is not splitting its user-base between two different consoles at this point, while Sony still has a dedicated home console to which it is most devoted to its resources. Unless Sony ever goes to the switch route and makes a hybrid console, it can not be better.