@redswir1 Personally, and of course, this is subjective and situational, when I want a console experience, I generally have to fight the Missus or the Daughter for use of the TV/PS3. Even then, I find myself being less and less inclined to turn the console on due to time and fatigue. To be able to recline at the end of the day in bed with a machine that offers horsepower and ergonomic comfort, enjoy console experiences, indulge in my library of PSone (soon, of course) and PSP titles if I feel like it…it’s just a good machine for me. We’re already seeing a trickle of interesting, artsy, Sony-level “indie” titles coming through on the Vita, and they’re not just tap-tap minigames. Retro City Rampage will also be a great portable experience on the machine, no doubt.
I never held much affinity for the DS library outside of Anno 1701 and Panzer Tactics, and it looks the same with the 3DS. Horses for courses, definitely.