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Sony Touts PS4/Vita Remote Play

Posted on Friday, May 17 @ 06:55:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


The PlayStation Vita isn't doing all that well, but Sony's hoping to turn things around by including some really interesting connectivity between the handheld and its upcoming next-gen box.

During the PlayStation 4 reveal event, we got a glimpse at what this might look like when Knack was shown running on the PS Vita. The only thing is, Sony pulled this stunt before with Killzone years ago, and the promised Remote Play never came.

Perhaps things will be different this time, as Sony is making even loftier promises than before. On the official PlayStation 4 website, the company is suggesting that this will be a standard feature among a wide array (if not all) PS4 titles.

Do you think the company will finally get it right this time, or are PlayStation owners in for another round of disappointment? Let us know in the comments below.
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