SCEA? B-but I thought Nintendo was the only one of the Big 3 that did this!!11 But seriousy, outstanding video as always, Jim. I know a reviewers job is to review a game, but they should not be pressured under the game company themselves on what they can play.
Wow, that really sucks for Wii U and 3DS owners. Unlike the Xbox and PS version, they have to pay $13 to unlock their exclusive content in-game. It's a big deal and great that Yacht Club got an amiibo made for their star character, as this would be the first Indie game on Nintendo's platform that got big enough to warrant an amiibo, but locking platform-exclusive content behind a paywall when the other two got it for free makes it feel like Nintendo owners got shafted AGAIN.
Man, its depressing when the prototype has features that should've been standard on the device. It's design is awful, but we know reviewers have a Vita with an HDMI port and the Vita 2000 uses mini-USB, so its design would've been unchanged if they kept those in. Imagine, instead of the Vita TV, which is limited in games it can play, we got a Vita with SD Cards as the memory, an HDMI port like the PSP to play the games on our TVs, and everything else it can do now with the PS4 AND priced at $200. The Vita would've probably done amazingly well on the market.