Sony’s PlayStation Vita had a solid book of exclusive games. With the development of Vita3K emulator for Android, the greatest PlayStation Vita device works on mobile.
Android remains unexplored on Android.
In an update released by Macdu, the biggest PlayStation Vita exclusive runs on Android. Posted on the app, Uncharted: Golden Abyss now works on the Android emulator.
Golden Abyss is a spin-off game from the Uncharted series. As a result, the game, developed by Bend Studio, instead of Naughty Dog, focuses on finding the town of Quivira.
The Golden Abyss is proclaimed a true AAA experience in the PSVITa. Bringing Uncharted combat, along with its console-quality visuals, story, and settings, into portable gamers was breathtaking upon release. It is now coming to Android.
Unfortunately, Golden Abyss hasn’t run at full speed yet, rather it’s running around 66%. However, the Vita3K emulator is in its early stages, but no user interface or touch control is required.
As the emulator advances, the emulation speed increases. With Vita3K Android capable of running games at full speed, there is no doubt that we will be able to play this intense exclusive in the future.
This isn’t the only new PlayStation Vita update.
In addition to the long-awaited Uncharted update, other games were shown running on the emulator. The game was released on the system along with a more popular PlayStation Vita, Freedom Wars.
Unfortunately, Freedom Wars is worse than Uncharted: Golden Abyss. At the time of writing, Vita3K Android is unable to handle games in mass and fast-paced situations. Check out the footage unfolding below.
Finally, Macdu revealed that the PlayStation Vita version of Catherine can play on the emulator and be playable. Of the game however, only the shots were shown of the game.