The PS4 has quite a few of interesting features, including remote play, share and share play, but at times we get some unpleasant surprises when publishers decide to block them for one reason or another. Recently, this is the case with Yakuza: Kiwami by Sega, that has the whole share suite deactivated, and looks like Bandai Namco is following suit with Gundam Breaker 3.
On the game’s official site, there’s quite a bit of fine print explaining the limitations imposed to PS4’s built-in features: remote play won’t work at all, possibly to protect sales on PS Vita. The share feature will be limited to screenshots, blocking video capture, and share play will only allow you to share your screen, but not to let your friends actually play the game.
On the positive side, we get a quite honest comparison between the graphics of the PS4 version and those of the PS Vita version, giving us a chance to knowingly decide which one we might want to buy. Considering how many publishers nowadays show only PS4 footage and conveniently keep the PS Vita version closely under wraps until release, this is much better than nothing.
Gundam Breaker 3 is slated for a release in Japan on March 3rd, with no news about a western release as of yet.
[Thanks for the tip: Masaru Aoyama]