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Submitted by HAMM3RofBUDDHA 248d ago | opinion piece

Hands On Impressions of the PS4 to PS Vita Remote Play Feature

Entertainment Buddha writes, "One of the more intriguing new features offered by the PS4 is its ability to stream a majority of its games to a PS Vita handheld unit. This feature mimics what Nintendo accomplished with the Wii U and it’s massive gamepad controller, but it actually offers a more robust mobile gaming experience. Rather than being restricted to a tight distance, the PS4 to PS Vita remote play function allows the handheld to play games from the PS4 from anywhere on the Internet, or within a local area network. The remote play feature essentially allows the TV to be freed up for homes with limited screens, as well as turning the Vita into a portable PS4 console of sorts." (Gaming, PS4, psvita)

tbon3man  +   248d ago
Works great and looks good too.

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