PS Vita 2017 is arriving with awesome games. The existing PS Vita is also not a bad console. Here, you can compare both the devices.
PS Vita 2016
The PS Vita has pin-sharp graphics, highly responsive dual analog sticks and sensors. The gamers can explore the gaming world on the crystal clear, 5-inch high-resolution touchscreen.
PS Vita gives the gamers advanced precision and accuracy. They can also ?have a great experience with intuitive dual analog sticks that give complete control of the action. ?
The device has front and rear cameras. The user can transform his PS Vita into a mini-version of a living room console. Nearly all PS4 games can be played remotely on the PS Vita via Wi-Fi. The buyer can use either 8GB/16GB/32GB memory card.
It has games like Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, LittleBigPlanet PlayStation Vita Marvel Super Hero Edition, Tearaway, Invizimals: The Resistance, and Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition.
PS Vita has a stylish headset. The headphones offer rich, all-round audio performance and impressive sound isolation while the convenient in-line mute switch lets the user block the microphone when he don?t want to be heard. PS Vita has apps like Paint Park, Treasure Park, Wake-up Club and Ecolibrium, according to the Playstation Vita website. ?
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PS Vita 2017
So far Sony has not released any official details about the PS Vita 2017. ?But there are leaked information swirling. The console is likely to feature a 1080p, 5.5-inch screen, a camera and a rear touchpad. It will support L1, R1, L2, R2, as well as L3. The device will pack R3 triggers and buttons. Playstation Vita will have loads of games. Already, Sony is creating a big list of new games which will be making a grand entry in 2017. All those games will be available on the Playstation Vita 2017. The device will have a maximum of 32GB of storage. The upcoming console will be user friendly. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, has teased such possibility.
“I myself am a huge fan of PlayStation Vita and we worked really hard on designing every aspect. Touch-based games are fun – there are many games with really good design. But having sticks and buttons make things totally different,? Yoshida said earlier, according to NDTV.
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