The PS Vita was an underrated console
The controversy of emulators does not stop despite the passage of years. These programs capable of imitating the operation of another system allow you to run your applications; For example, the PSP emulator allows us to play games from this console on our mobile.
[Esta bestialidad de consola portátil es la sucesora de la PS Vita que Sony no ha querido lanzar]
Many classic titles are impossible to play today without the aid of an emulator, as they have not been re-released for modern consoles. But we cannot ignore that in many cases these programs are also used for hacking, and for this reason they are persecuted by the creators of the original systems.
PS Vita Emulator for Android
It looks like we’re going to have that discussion again, with the announcement of the release of Vita3K for Android, the first PS Vita emulator available on mobile.
The PS Vita (or PlayStation Vita) is one of the most misunderstood consoles in history. It was a real “machine”, the most powerful portable console when it was launched in early 2012 in Europe. Its games were more like home consoles like the PlayStation 3 and it was a pioneer in many ways, including the use of a multi-touch OLED display for incredible picture quality for its time.
Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough to fight Nintendo and its 3DS, and its commercial failure caused Sony to abandon the handheld business altogether. Smartphones were partly to blame, as consumers saw less and less reason to spend so much money when they already had a portable device capable of playing games.
Ironically, it’s smartphones that can now keep the PS Vita flame alive, with the release of the Vita3K. Presented as the first console emulator from Sony, it was until now only available for Windows, Mac or Linux computers. This will change in the next few days, with the release of a version of Vita3K for Android.
Everything indicates that this application It won’t come to the Play Store
Even so, it’s one of the most anticipated releases from the community, and the hope is that this way they’ll be able to keep PS Vita games that a lot of people haven’t played due to poor PS Vita sales. console.
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