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Why Sony Probably Won't Make Another Vita

It was supposed to promise console-style play on a handheld device, but it never really came to fruition. Instead, Sony skirted around the software side and mostly left it up to third-party developers to flesh out the software library. As is the case with all hardware, it lives and dies according to the quantity of quality software. This was a major issue that the Wii U suffered from, and something that Nintendo was quick to correct with the Nintendo Switch — in which case, despite being a portable hybrid, it still could have suffered the same fate as the Wii U had Nintendo not been very aggressive with a strong line-up of quality games during its first year on the market.

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