Like the PS4 and PS3, there is a distinct lack of casino games on the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV, which comes as a disappointment to fans of this genre. Most casino games are either focused on mobile devices or PC, but it’s surprising that the PS Vita isn’t included in this list – after all, it is a portable console.
Sony have revealed a new console at it’s pre-TGS press conference this morning, allowing gamers to play PS Vita and PSP titles on a TV, using a DualShock 3 or 4 controller.
According to a story by Eurogamer, the PlayStation Vita’s Remote Play functionality will be the same resolution as the PSP, which is currently stands at 480px x 272px resolution, and scaled up to the Vita’s resolution. A firmware update will enable Remote Play for all titles, and new PS3 games will be able to include a specific 480p resolution for the Vita.
A super short video has surfaced of a PlayStation Vita showing Killzone 3 gameplay using Remote Play. Although the video was recorded using a shaky camera, the quality is pretty decent. We’ve filed this under rumor for now since we cannot confirm the authenticity of the video.