Originally Posted by Wikkidkarma
This is exactly how I feel reading this thread. If you feel like the Vita isn't worth it yet, that's your opinion and can't be really argued against. That being said, if we (the consumers) don't support it, it will never be "worth" it.
The PSV was an absolute no-show during Sony's press conference at the last E3; you know, their main event that sets up the rest of the event? If it's the case where Sony spends any time of their conference to focus on 3D gaming (2011, which they have since dropped) and they completely ignore PSV the following year (2012), you know there's problems behind the scenes.
What I'm saying is, before consumers can even start convincing third parties that PSV is a viable platform, Sony has to do that themselves first, and that's by having the MAIN
internal developers create original content for it and not their B teams. And while it's noted they've attracted a few third party exclusive, something like a sub-Wii effort Call of Duty won't cut it.
And no, this is actual concern and not trolling if anyone was to assume. I'm not particularly big on the idea of a handheld future that comprises of touch screen apps.