Do you remember when Sony announced the PS Vita? How about when they made a big deal about cross-platform playability of games? Have you enjoyed playing all of those games cross-platform on your PlayStation 3 and PS Vita? If you answered yes to all 3 of those questions, you are in a VERY small majority.
As it turned out, Sony made a big deal about the cross-platform playability of games without making it clear that very few games could be played that way. In fact, so few games had the capability that the Federal Trade Commission got involved in complaints of deceptive marketing. The FTC gave an example, saying,
Sony responded, saying,
The settlement mentioned involves money being returned to PS Vita owners. Anyone who purchased a Vita before June 1, 2012 is entitled to $25 cash or $50 in game credit. If our former co-host Jon Wurm had ever gotten his Vita, he would be a little happier right now. As it is, many Vita owners will finally get a bit of their $250 purchase price back.
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