On the games front, the PS Vita is lacking in original IP and AAA titles, but that may soon change. Speaking to CVG, PlayStation CEO Andrew House revealed that a number of announcements are in the pipeline. “We’ll show [the new projects] when the time is right,” he said in a new interview puiblished yesterday.
“You can be assured that, whether it’s first-party or third-party, there’s a good raft of content in the works there,” he added. House said there were also many other services and apps that Vita will benefit from.
“I think at E3 we also showed that there’s a commitment to broadening out network services other than games, whether it’s YouTube or Hulu Plus, which aren’t at the core of the PS Vita’s offering, but provide additional convenience and fun,” he said.
“If we were remiss on not spending enough time on the PS Vita at E3, I’ll take that one under advisement, but you can rest assured it’s not for the want of any sense of overall commitment,” he said. “We know that killer games are going to be what sells this device.”