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Sony will stream its pre-E3 conference to PS Vita

Tuesday, 28th May 2013 11:45 GMT By Dave Cook

PS Vita owners will be able to watch a live-stream of Sony’s pre-E3 conference, taking place June 10.

SCEE blog manager Fred Dutton confirmed the stream in the comment section of this PS Blog post.

Here’s the exchange of words:

So then PS Vita owners, will you be using your handheld to stream the show, or are you going to stick with your browser?

Thanks Polygon.

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  1. matirishhh

    So they will be showing off the new tech. Nice!
    I will watch on both browser and vita, just to see the difference and what they can do. I like it SONY!

    #1 11 months ago
  2. Lengendaryboss

    Could this be the year of PS Vita resurgence? (i have doubts) Anyway wonder what they are going to use to stream to PS Vita: New app maybe?

    #2 11 months ago
  3. mistermogul

    I will be a PS Vita owner the minute Sony stop taking the complete fu*king piss with their memory card prices.

    #3 11 months ago
  4. dizzygear

    Since this is SCEE we are talking about they will screw this up somehow and delay the streaming app to E3 2014.

    #4 11 months ago
  5. Lengendaryboss

    @Dizzygear
    This one problem i have, whenever SCEE says they will do something gamers will jump on it saying there will delay it, they will screw it up, they won’t get it the same time as americans, give it a rest, take what Sony give you and show some bloody gratitude. SCEA and SCEE both mess up Velocity Ultra available to download on EU PSN nowhere to be seen US Store, Counterstrike continuously delayed/canceled instead of blaming/questioning the actual publisher alongside SCEE, they just go after SCEE. Lets talk retail releases LBP PS Vita And Killzone Mercenary launches in EU earlier than NA, does anyone praise SCEE for bumped up release date? No they just bitch and moan, when SCEE and SCEA do/or will do something right instead of pointing out their previous/ongoing faults show decency and gratitude instead.

    #5 11 months ago
  6. ps3fanboy

    I like it SONY go for it, this is clearly the year of the Vita :)

    #6 11 months ago
  7. Ignatius_Cheese

    Maybe they’ll remember to show some Vita games this year! ;)

    #7 11 months ago
  8. Lengendaryboss

    @7
    You know really to be fair they showed COD and AC, so that comment is partly irrelevant. But realistically they did neglect PS Vita (they even admitted it) while giving 20 minutes showing of the bombed Wonderbook.

    #8 11 months ago
  9. Belmont

    I am a Playstation guy but will PS4 leave any space for Vita ?

    #9 11 months ago
  10. Kabby

    The Vita is the WiiU of handheld gaming.

    #10 11 months ago
  11. Lengendaryboss

    @Kabby
    Except being aimed at two completely difference audiences, offering different experiences and one is selling better than the other i completely disagree.

    @Wowtgp
    Stop it, its not cool, its not funny, Staff do something its not even related to anything anymore.

    #11 11 months ago
  12. dizzygear

    @5 It only took SCEE a year after SCEA to publish the PS3 YouTube app on the PSN Store. And even than they fucked up by leaving out a handful of countries in the EU. So its perfectly fair to think they WILL screw this up somehow.

    And no, i will not be grateful for the constant delays due to SCEE’s unreasonable and backwards submission process.

    #12 11 months ago
  13. Lengendaryboss

    @Dizzy
    Isn’t Youtube handled by Google? Surely any publishing issues and missing countries should be directed towards them as well as SCEE, again SCEE get the blame when it is totally unwarranted and if SCEE publishes a Youtube App like you say everything needs to be checked off with Google.

    #13 11 months ago
  14. dizzygear

    @14 Sure. Blame Google for the year delay of a simple YouTube app. In case you have not noticed, just about everything has a goddamn Youtube app these days. Yet Google would have trouble with a YouTube app on the PS3 in PAL land? Hell no. That one is on SCEE and SCEE alone.

    And those countries who got shafted? That was just SCEE and their moronic “if the app/metadata is not the native language we will just assume their too dumb to read English and give them nothing.” policy.

    #14 11 months ago
  15. Lengendaryboss

    @Dizzy
    Who else am I suppose to blame, Google is the owner of Youtube any concerns/feedback/problems about their service I complain to them, why complain to the provider (SCEE) of the service (PSN Store) of an app (Youtube) when they are in no position to make any changes, all they can do is what we consumers do pass concerns/feedback/problems along to Google. Blame SCEE all you want, go to the relevant companies to get your voice heard.

    #15 11 months ago
  16. dizzygear

    Except that Google is not the one who wrote and published the app for the PS3. They might have to certify it with Google but you cant tell me that process would take a year.
    SCEE was the one dragging their feet yet again after NA got the app. The NA version btw runs fine on a EU PS3 so no excuses there.

    #16 11 months ago
  17. Lengendaryboss

    @Dizzy
    Say whatever you want.

    #17 11 months ago