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why are there so few genuinely good games for the vita ? just gimicky pieces of tat for the most part. no DECENT racing games just f1,asphalt which is identical to the 1 i got for free on my phone and ridge racer which should have died with the psx. no fps games at all despite them being the reason for the 2nd joystick. come on sony, don't let the vita go the way of the atari lynx and the nokia n gage. please more GOOD games VERY SOON .
Do you know what is actually coming out?
Unit 13 release and a very good shooter, Killzone and Resistance incoming soon what's your problem.
Have you tried Wipeout for your racing needs?
Motorstorm RC is one of the best and cheapest racing games on the Vita and you get the PS3 version bundled with it.
Pretty much all of the gaming world agreed that the Vita asctually had one of the strongest launch line-ups of any console ever
Pretty much all of the gaming world agreed that the Vita asctually had the strongest launch line-ups of any console ever
fixed m8 :P
I bought my vita on a whim knowing that there wasn't many titles for it. I've hardly touched it but that doesn't mean I've given up on it. I'm just biding my time until the game library starts to increase them I'll start to use it more. My brother has also bought a vita and unlike me he bought games with it as well. He let me borrow Wipeout 2048 and although it looks stunning, its not my cup of tea. The other games he has got are Uncharted and Dungeon Hunter: Alliance which I want to play both hopefully whenever he decides to finish them.
maybe that's true but the world has moved on. Thanks to the iPhone (primarily) and cheap games we expect so much more. The Vita would be an ideal vehicle for cheap fun games to fill in the gaps between the big releases. Recycling PSP & PS1 games is a fudge - developers should be producing games which take advantage of the Vita's power (and by implication, doing things that the iPhone can't do thereby making the device so much more attractive to so many more potential purchasers). Personally I wish Fishlabs would port Galaxy on Fire...
I think if you hammer your Vita games and finish them straight off then, yeah, you are gonna run out of games pretty quick.
I use my Vita when i can't get on my PS3 otherwise its PS3 all the way, the games are better :smileyvery-happy:
I got mine on launch and bought Uncharted, Wipeout, Super Satrtdust, MS:RC, Escape Plan, PvZ and i haven't finished any of them yet. There's no rush......
I'm starting to get bored of Unit13 now. Granted I haven't tried Co-op that much, as most times, the other person leaves. A online Multiplayer would of been a huge seller for this game. Uncharted was good, but I wouldn't play it again.
I hope the Resistance game has online. Otherwise, I don't know how long I could stay with the Vita. I do love my online games.
I'd also like a good RPG or Survival Horror..
i can understand your concern cus im not that big fan of most launch titles, but im still loving the vita and enjoying building another mhfu character. Hopfully there will be a big push of games soon.
Agree with Cringles.
DESPERATE FOR RPG OR SURVIVAL HORROR!
None until June :O
Disgaea 3 20th of April.
There's an RPG for ya!
Hi guys for everyone who is interested in the game Gravity rush
i've found a website where you can pre order it for only 29 pounds
feel free to pre order
Im looking forward to Persona 4 and Final Fantasy X.
Honestly i be happy once it gets PS1 support and i can start playing Final Fantasy 8 again.
What I want to know from anyone who knows is whether there are any plans to bring out old PS3 games on the Vita?!?!? I would love to play either Arkham games, the FEAR games, the Bioshiocks, Crysis 2, Dead Space games..........plus loads more. I'd love to play these games again but on the Vita. Anyone got a clue whether i'll ever have the chance to?
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