There has been much talk lately regarding the next generation of consoles. One of the biggest questions has to be who, out of Sony and Microsoft, will show their hand first.
According to PlayStation France CEO Philippe Cardon, it might not be Sony:
“It’s true that there are many rumours, but I couldn’t tell you anything. The Wii is pressed for time because it is in decline. In our case, we have a lot less pressure. We were the last to leave the PS3, and will probably be the last to announce something.”
Cardon also thinks that a Monster Hunter game will be heading to the Vita this year. When talking about sales he had the following to say:
“The games available at launch in Japan do not correspond to the typology of the Japanese public. It lacks a particular game, Monster Hunter, scheduled for the coming months. Had it been there from the start in Japan, the story would have been different.”
I loved Monster Hunter Tri on the Wii, but a portable game with better graphics and improved online integration would be fantastic.
Source: Le Point