Street Fighter 5 release date hopes on PS Vita

By Alan Ng - Feb 9, 2015

PS4 owners are obviously very excited about the prospect of Street Fighter 5 arriving as a console exclusive. At the same time though, there has been questions asked on whether Street Fighter 5 could be making its way over to the PS Vita at some point after launch.

Fortunately, we can bring you an update on this topic as Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono has already given out some information regarding the possibility of a Street Fighter V port for PS Vita.

When asked recently, Ono was quoted as saying that he “would like to make Street Fighter V on PS Vita in the future”, according to IGN. At the same time though, he said that at the moment his sole focus was to concentrate on PS4 and PC versions.

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The fact that Ono himself wants to see it happen though is encouraging. It’s no secret that the PS Vita has failed to churn out big name titles at a regular pace compared to what we have seen so far.

We still can’t help but feel disappointed about what could have been too, had Black Ops: Declassified been given the love and attention it deserves – that’s just one example from a few.

If there was a game to inject some excitement back into Sony’s handheld, Street Fighter 5 would definitely be it. Ono says he wants to make the game, so give us your thoughts below and make your voices heard.

Would you buy Street Fighter 5 on PS Vita or not?

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  • Ben Cardinal

    Well, considering that the PS Vita didn’t even get Gravity Rush 2 for some reason, I won’t be getting my hopes up for SFV, but it would be pretty awesome!

  • Si1977

    Yes it would be great

  • Josh101

    “We still can’t help but feel disappointed about what could have been too, had Black Ops: Declassified been given the love and attention it deserves – that’s just one example from a few.”

    That game along with Resistance for PS Vita were made by the same developer, Nihilistic, inside 2 years. Both games suffered because the developer was stretched thin between two games and weren’t necessarily the best for the job. Neither Activision or Sony should have went with a outside developer for their game. Especially Activision, with their star franchise. Killzone Mercenary was AMAZING. The best handheld shooter on the market, by far. It was made in-house. But as far as games go, Japan studios are pumping out quality games worth playing and seem to be continuing their support. Soul Sacrifice, Toukiden, Gravity Rush, Tearaway, Killzone Mercenary, Wipeout 2048, Uncharted Golden Abyss, Sound Shapes and Little big planet Vita are worth the purchase of the system. Yes, Sound Shapes is cross-platform, but it is best played on the Vita due to the touchscreen and touchpad, very intuitive when creating levels.

  • Risque

    Absolutely yes.

  • Russell Hadden

    I wolud buy Street Fighter V for my PlayStation Vita.

  • Nobodyouknow3

    Is this for real!? o.O

  • Josué B. Hernández

    HELL YES!!