FaTaLViru5: Wtf he doesn't even say how he did it
Enigma Q2: GTA V (And Goat Simulator xD) On PSVITA Without PS4? Now Possible. With PC (Like Ultra Grapichs).
Beebarmy: hi is there anyway of connecting your ps vita to your computer to play games without any wireless internet connection? thanks
AirickMcCool: I always thought it would be so awesome if I could play Audiosurf on the PSvita. I love dubstep, and when I play my songs on Audiosurf, I feel like I experience them to the max. Colors changing, waves that go along with the beat, fits perfectly. I was just dissapointed that it wasn't available on PSvita, so that's why I came to this video.
TheChainsawGamer: Problem, My internet is ethernet.
My IPad connects over wifi so i dunno if this a problem or not.
Quacktics are Go: I'd be great if you could install an OS onto the vita such as the steam OS or even just android.
Fareed Asyraaf: hhahaha i can play super mario bros x in psvita ^^
supremeAFA: are you using connectify
supremeAFA: i put all the settings down and get like 30 fps on the vita
supremeAFA: dude how do you make it run so good
Hikuru Agata (SpaceMedafighterX): The Vita is a beautiful machine and this proof of concept just reinforces the fact that the Vita deserves more love. Same for the 3DS. Mobile games might be addicting and all, but nothing is more fun than a nice Zelda or Mario game, or a good God of War game on a handheld console. Mobile gaming is evolving, but it still relies on repetitive strategies to make up for mobile games' low price. Take Infinity Blade, or any Gameloft game. Console quality graphics and gameplay, but it still feels like a goddamn facebook game. Sony and Nintendo hopefully will continue to promote their platforms, and after the shock they experienced this generation, I am hoping that the generation after the ps4 and xbox one will be one of redemption for consoles.
DerpGamer Road To 1 K: Does it still works
chrisgtx560: Its something.
kuel321: Well, it all comes down to your opinion on android games, but the only thing I would use the shield for is a portable emulator seeing how it has the power to run them. there are some really nice android games out there too.
Ventus Aerius: So why do I need a Shield for this? There are faster mobile graphics now that will undoubtedly make their way into cheaper handsets that actually happen to be portable.
On top of that, nobody gives a crap about Android games, so it really doesn't matter.
kuel321: It's an android so it has thousands of android games. They don't really take advantage of its power but it does have a lot of games.
Ventus Aerius: It also *literally* has no games of its own.
PS Vita Remote Desktop! - Play PC Games On Your Vita5
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