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PS Vita will play all PS3 games remotely

Existing titles supported at PSP resolution

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Sony's PS Vita will be able to play PS3 games remotely.

Install any existing game on the PS3, and the Vita will operate as controller and screen, initially at 480 x 272 resolution, upscaled to fill the Vita's 960 x 544 LCD.

Future releases can be specified to run at 960 x 480 when played remotely on the Vita.

So says Eurogamer, claiming this ability will come through a future PS3 firmware update.

Sony demo'd such a facility in Tokyo recently - and using both the Vita and the PS3's owner controller for multiplayer gaming. ®

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