Posted By Robert H. about 9 months, 1 week ago
In a recent interview, Shuhei Yoshida, studio president of Sony Computer Entertainment, has gone on record saying that the company has encountered more difficulty than expected in attracting third-party developers to the Playstation Vita. Despite this issue, Yoshida states that the company will continue its efforts to entice developers toward the system.
Specifically, Yoshida brought up the upcoming Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation as an example for developers to see what can be done on the relatively new system. He hopes that their continued efforts, alongside such examples, will have the desired effect of beckoning third-parties to make more games for the system.
Although I don’t follow very much Vita news due to my lack of interest in the system, I still remember hearing about similar concerns earlier in the Vita’s life cycle. It seems that, despite some popular third-party games showing up in the library, those concerns are still felt now. What are your thoughts on these statements? Be sure to comment below with your opinions.