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WOAH! Left 4 Dead running on a PlayStation Vita


11:00 AM on 07.06.2012



Through magic, hacking, and ungodly trickery you can see Valve's Left 4 Dead running on a PS Vita. Well, kinda. One YouTube user, digitalarts001, has tweaked the PlayStation Suite to let him control Left 4 Dead running a PC with the Vita, with no noticeable lag. It looks nice and smooth, and it gives me hope for future Remote Play support for the system. Amazing.

The best part is that this adaptation actually uses the Vita's features. For example, holding down L turns on motion sensing controls that let you manipulate the game's camera. 

Sony, is it that others possess some kind of sorcery that you lack? Don't you think this kind of feature might appeal to your customer. Can't you just hire this guy and figure it out?

Left 4 Dead running on Vita via PlayStation Mobile is pretty Suite [Joystiq]






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