DreamcastRIP wrote:Maybe the PS Vita could be 'the' version to own. Proper controls plus, I would hope, the option to use the device's touchscreen for when spraying graffiti.
I imagine the game could work well on 3DS too were SEGA releasing it on Ninty's system. Proper controls, a touchscreen (of sorts) for spraying graffiti plus I think playing JSR with made-into-3D retouched graphics might be pretty good. Alas, it's not to be...
Yep. The Vita version does have all new touch screen grafitti spraying. It'll be interesting to see how well that works. Plus the cell shaded graphics should look really nice on the Vita's screen. Good point about the 3DS, it would have been great to see the game in 3D but its to bad Sega has skipped over the system for whatever reason.
As stated in my post I hope using PS Vita's touchscreen (or rear touch panel) for graffiti spraying is optional. If it doesn't work too well then players would still have the choice of reverting back to like-on-DC controls. Saying that, maybe they'll integrate the console's second analogue stick - which the DC controller of course didn't have.
I agree this 'HD' JSR could potentially look very beautiful indeed on PS Vita's magnificent and large-sized OLED screen.
It'll be interesting to see how the game controls on iOS devices as-is, i.e. without an iCade (if indeed it's iCade compatible). I hope for the best but can quite easily foresee it being a pain to control properly using a touchscreen - although perhaps it'll be a little more manageable using an iPad.
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