Originally Posted by failstrom
Those who deny history are destined to repeat it. The past is firm basis.
SEGA hasn't denied anything. They know what has happened in the past which is why they've tried to address our concerns, just like the producer mentioned yesterday during the conference, and I'm sure he'll have to repeat himself again at the next conference at the end of the month. The interview from yesterday is not fresh in my mind, but what I gathered from the little he said regarding the Vita, he wouldn't have selected the Vita platform unless he was convinced there was a chance it could work.
He believes there's a possibility
the two platforms can play together. During the briefing yesterday he said they are going to test the Vita version to see whether or not it can properly handle running along side the PC platform. If I'm not mistaken, he also made a previous statement on his blog that if in the end the vita can't handle playing alongside the PC version it would be handled separately.
Can we at least wait until we see how the Vita tests go?