Don't hold your breath for any big budget PlayStation Vita games. Sony stopped seriously supporting the handheld long ago, but its executives are getting to a point where they're so blunt it hurts. Speaking to Game Informer, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida said that the real reason the Vita isn't being supported is because consumer expectations simply can't be met.

"We are not making games like Killzone: Mercenary, big budget Vita games, anymore. The expectations of the graphical quality and size of the world for these types of games have risen after the launch of PlayStation 4. The same thing happened with the PlayStation Portable. People were so excited to be able to play PlayStation 2 graphics games on the go. After PlayStation 3 launched, expectations grew. The types of games on PSP were not as attractive."

He then went on to say that the system's future rests in indies and cross-buy titles. What do you make of the executive's comments? Don't abandon something that works perfectly fine and isn't even that old in the comments below.