Through a roundabout method, a resourceful and rather ingenious individual has the first-party Nintendo mega-hit, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, playable on a PlayStation Vita. We didn't expect today to go in this direction, either.
Caveats had to be made, of course, and it's technically not running on the Vita. Rather, Nintendo's latest hit is being emulated on PC and streamed to the plucky little handheld through a program called Moonlight.
Despite what OP says, input lag looks quite brutal, and the whole thing seems more like a cool brag than an ideal way to play one of the most universally acclaimed games ever made. The nitty-gritty technical details can be found in the embedded post below for those so inclined.
We can't imagine the aptly named CEO of Nintendo, Doug Bowser, will be as psyched as we are to see Zelda running on Vita. He's known to breathe fire (in a litigious sense), after all. Does this make you want to dust off your old friend (or unseal that mint one, hidden away for a rainy day)? Let us know in the comments section below.