Yesterday we reported the unveiling of Sony's cloud gaming service, PlayStation Now, initially revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014.
YouTubers Portaltic and TheNextWeb have uploaded the first playable footage of Naughty Dog's critically-acclaimed The Last of Us running on the PlayStation Vita and Sony Bravia TV (via DualShockers).
You can also watch IGN's more extensive video below.
You may notice brief instances of frame-rate drops, though it's nothing to scoff at. Granted, the off-screen footage may not do the performance quality justice, but it certainly is impressive to see The Last of Us running on the PS Vita. The demo really showcases the service's chops, and the potential prowess will surely draw the interest of the gamer nation.
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