So we had a pretty good thread about this 'til someone decided to try and derail the conversation. However, I do think it's a very important topic at the moment. Just as a warning to anyone contributing to this thread: So you have been warned! Personally, my reaction to "The Vita is a Legacy system" was a matter of no shit Sherlock!. I don't think SCEE have particularly bothered with the system since Killzone Mercenary. I know there was also Tearaway, but seriously, how much could a game with 15 people working on it have cost in the grand scheme of things? Not to say that it wasn't an awesome game. But still that was 2013. Since then, we've had a couple of 3rd party ports. And so atrocious licensed games (harsh word I know, but for Western 1st party efforts...). It felt like the internet wanted Vita owners to be shocked, angry even, at what Sony had said. "Legacy "? How dare they! etc. However, all the Vita owners I know really didn't care. Business as usual etc. I think that pretty much sums it up, just as much as when they tried to clarify what was meant by legacy. So the state of Vita following Andrew House's comments and the damage control? Nothing has changed, nothing to see here. Oooh you say Persona 4: Dancing All Night is coming West? HELL YEAH! Earth Defense Force 2 going physical??? Please Sony, publicly distance yourself from your product more often!!!