John Kodera from Sony has revealed that Sony isn't done with portable gaming just yet despite the fact that PlayStation Vita is near the very end of its lifecycle pretty much all over the world other than Japan.

Kodera has also revealed that the company is closely monitoring what the players want to see and that applies to portable gaming as well. In an interview that he gave for Bloomberg, he stated the following: "In my opinion, rather than separating portable gaming from consoles, it's necessary to continue thinking of it (portable gaming) as one method to deliver more gaming experiences and exploring what our customers want from portable. We want to think about many options".

Whereas Andrew Hose was very pessimistic about the whole idea of portable gaming in general, Kodera looks quite more optimistic and he appears to be pushing for it quite a bit which is great to see.

As a little reminder, we should note that PS Vita was initially released back in 2012 but, even though it had an amazing support in the beginning, it soon began to drop significantly. This report from Mr. Kodera is enough to keep our hopes up that the system will not end up on a graveyard just yet. Let's pray for that indeed!