I acquired a PS3 60GB (the one that plays PS2 games) from a friend last year and it hasn't been put to much use, as I only have a couple of decent games for it right now.
Should I get a PS Vita now (bearing in mind a possible price drop or even a complete ditch of the platform by Sony, and a slight lack of titles), invest in some good PS3 games now (bearing in mind they will all become near enough obsolete with the launch of the PS4, or wait for the PS4?
Will more PS4 details be announced at E3 or not?
Another option is switching to Xbox but then with all the rumours of the 720 I'm stuck in the same predicament.
Opinions please! Thanks!
My PS3 career don't end in November 2013... Trey for life!
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Well I don't think I will be much help to you, but I will share my thoughts.
I'm a PC guy, The price you pay to get a console, I use it to buy a gaming pc instead of an ordinary pc. and I bet the PS4 will be expensive as hell when it's released.
I also liked the ps1 and ps2 a lot (didn't own a ps3). Now I got a ps vita as a portable alternative. I also can play ps one classics on it, which is nostaljic.
But set aside all these things. Smart phones are also very expensive if you want a good one. So Instead I bough a durable nokia with no much "smart" features, but 1 week of battery life. So I use my PS-vita instead as for the "smart" features of a smart phone. When considering it like that. PS-vita is the most powerfull smartphone you can buy and it's way cheaper too.
So yeah. Don't know if this helps you, but this is what I have to share
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It comes to down on whether there games on the Vita you want to play.
Without knowing our preferences, I don't know whether to advise you buy a Vita, or a Sega Master System.