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Old 02-Jan-2014, 07:42   #851
Brad Grenz
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I wish Tearaway had sold better, because having small teams inside their all their major studio working on little Vita projects like that would have been great for the platform.
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Old 02-Jan-2014, 10:24   #852
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I wish Tearaway had sold better, because having small teams inside their all their major studio working on little Vita projects like that would have been great for the platform.
This way sony can sustain a handheld gaming market and compete with nintendo. I dont think streaming games aka gaikai is the future. As when fps games are really difficult to play on a small screen .
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Old 31-Jan-2014, 14:50   #853
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Considering the recent announcement of the Vita 2000's UK launch, did anyone ever tear apart the Vita 2000 after the Japanese launch? I'm curious as to whether Sony has given the Vita SoC a die shrink or not, since the original was a 4Xnm part.
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Old 01-Feb-2014, 06:19   #854
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Considering the recent announcement of the Vita 2000's UK launch, did anyone ever tear apart the Vita 2000 after the Japanese launch? I'm curious as to whether Sony has given the Vita SoC a die shrink or not, since the original was a 4Xnm part.
I'm curious about this too; it has a modest boost in battery life yet it is smaller and has an LCD screen(consumes less than OLED).

It seems likely that it is 32/28nm.

Also the UK price for the new Vita is laughable. 180?

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Old 01-Feb-2014, 07:22   #855
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I kinda doubt they are producing Vita's on a scale at this point that it's worth the expense of a shrink.
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