by Jake Durasamy
In February during the PlayStation conference, Gaikai's David Perry announced that the PS Vita would become the PlayStation 4's "ultimate companion device" and he wasn’t lying. Sony president Shuhei Yoshida had this to say regarding the remote play features between the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita.
— Shuhei Yoshida (@yosp) May 29, 2013Whether consumers blame the games or not, we know that PlayStation Vita sales haven’t been the best, even if the recent price cut resulted in a slight boost in sales for Japan, but hopefully a feature such as the ability to play high-end PlayStation 4 games on the Vita encourages players to buy Sony’s “ultimate companion device.”
Sony seems to be doing well with offering a solid amount of game-orientated features for the PS4 and PS Vita that consumers have actually taken a liking to; if only Sony launches an even more diverse line-up of first-party exclusives it may take the lead in next generation gaming dominance for console owners.
Source: Shuhei Yoshida