Originally Posted by PimpLimp
Thanks for sharing. It doesn't surprise me that neither of those are supported either. I bet the size of the game is huge though. It's probably going to deter me from getting it day-one just cause I actually have a decent backlog for my Vita now and I need to clear up space first.
Anyone been craving a good anime/fishing sim lately? Let's Fish! Hooked On is coming to Vita through the PSN
. It has one of the worst trailers I've ever seen and I was laughing throughout most it. I was especially amused when I saw that the first characters special skill was "Hooking" lol.
I'm not surprised either, though it would have been cool. But they've obviously put a lot of their resources in creating the Vita version long after the PS3 version was out, so they understandably can't afford giving it away for free to a lot of people who already own the original. Size is about 1.4 GB
, so not huge, but pretty big for a digital-only title, considering I think Gravity Rush is about that size as well.
I saw that post about the Fishing game on the PS Blog. I wasn't a huge fan of Sega Bass Fishing, but a decently made fishing sim might be enjoyable for the right price.
Unrelated, but I just put in about 2 hours on Gravity Rush. Really enjoyed it so far, controls extremely well. I'm becoming more and more confident that my Vita was a good purchase. I don't understand the comments that it has no games. Sure, it has a lot of ports, but I count a good dozen exclusives I want to play. Plus, ports are awesome when you get nice HD graphics on the go and separate trophy lists. (not to mention you get some of them for free if you already own the original version).
TL;DR - I like my Vita.