Source Video: Apparently Sony Corp "PlayStation Chief" John Kodera said he sees a future in portable gaming and even goes as far as to say that it is in Sony's blood and they should attempt to explore what customers want from a portable. Now as a super super hardcore Vita fan, hyping it up back when it was called "NGP" (that's how you tell fake fans from the biggest) I love my Vita and I love the idea of them making a PSP3 (we'll call it for lack of confusion). But should they? The argument was presented in the video above and he has a great point. Sony are going to balancing: PS4/PS5 (Since new consoles don't overwrite old ones immediately)/PSVR/PSP3? That's too much. PSP3 needs it own dedicated games that are "exclusive" and needs a push on its title localization to make sure that it stays consistent in every major gaming region. My issue is that Vita while amazing is clearly outdated and it is time to move on. It is honestly is time for SONY to reclaim that market and to do it better and bigger than last time with actual effort like they did with the PS3. Remember the PS3 (If you are true fan you'll know) it was a underdog. Overpriced "$599.99". No Software. No dedicated Online Functionality. And it was honestly just not worth it for the first 2-3 years, arguably. If they make PSP3, there need to be some changes and not to sound like a broken record but: MANDATORY - No Proprietary Memory Cards/Overpriced and Mandatory Memory Cards - No Shared Library that supports the idea of Multi-Platform/Cross-Play titles - No Gimmicks: Back Touch, Cameras and 3G/4G can go - Focus on Localized Titles for Healthy Regional Support - No advertising as a toy for your PS4, Overpriced Remote Play - No overshadowing it with your PS4/PS5 and leaving it for dead, rather make sure it gains its own audience - No kneejerking on your ad campaigns 2 years in - No lack of backwards compatibility for unknown reasons - No First-Party rushed out/Halfway developed titles that lack standard modern gaming features/functionality and are advertised as something they are not. Let me know if there are any other mandatory requirements for a PSP3 and also what you think about the possibility of a PSP3. Would you support it or is it too late?