About Sony Playstation Vita Philippines
Console-grade Games on the go
A lot of people play video games these days – they do not even know it at times. But it is mainly done so on the ever growing number of smartphones and tablets. But ask yourself, should you settle for lesser video games on smartphones and tablets? The PlayStation Vita may be what you have always wanted, handheld video games console with impressive capabilities in both the features and graphics department.
The PlayStation Vita bring all of the goodness of a PlayStation console and puts in the palms of your hand. Enjoy proper gaming on the geo by letting yourself play all of the great games that have been developed exclusively only for the PlayStation Vita. Although the Vita was released many years ago, it still carries an effective punch with its steady library of games.
New levels of control
Where the PlayStation Portable (PSP) and Nintendo handheld consoles lacked a dual-analog stick (or any analog stick at all), the PlayStation Vita has two analog sticks. That means its offering the same amount of controls as a standard PlayStation controller, sans two shoulder triggers. However, the handheld brings a unique navigation method to the playing field: a touch-screen on the front display, and a rear touchpad. The two touch controls go together hand in hand to produce an intuitive control method for menu navigation as well as in-game – most especially so in the PlayStation exclusive TearAway game.
Remote Play with your PlayStation Vita in Philippines
Undoubtedly one of the coolest features of your PlayStation Vita is Remote Play. Remote Play simply lets the PlayStation Vita act as a mobile display and control for the larger PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles. The Vita integrates with the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 so that it can stream games to the Vita, while all the processing stays on the PlayStation consoles itself.
Remote Play is convenient in the way that it allows the user to play PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 games on the go without having to be seated right at the front of the couch. It also comes into great use if someone else is using the television and you want to play your PlayStation 4; you can just stream games directly to your Vita instead!
Two different models of PlayStation Vita in Philippines
The PlayStation Vita has two different models, the first generation one and the second generation PlayStation Vita Slim. The first version featured a gorgeous OLED display but in a much thicker body, whereas the Slim version opts for a more conventional LCD display in a slimmer body and slightly better battery life.