Brendan McDermid, Reuters
February 20, 2013
What's good for Nintendo is apparently good for Sony. Announcing remote play between the PS4 and PlayStation Vita, Sony leapfrogged one of the competing Wii U¿s selling points: the ability to take a full-fledged console game off the television and onto a mobile device. Utilizing Gaikai's streaming software, the PS4 will act as a server, and the Vita as a client. The ultimate goal, according to Gaikai Chief Executive David Perry, is to make "every PS4 game playable on the PlayStation Vita." How PS4 games, which use a controller with more buttons than the Vita has, will work with such a transition remains unknown.