22-11-2011 07:48 PM - edited 22-11-2011 07:52 PM
PS Vita Launch Line-up
We can confirm that the following first party games will be available on 22 February 2012, when PlayStation Vita launches across PAL:
Additionally, the following games are in development:
Army Corps of Hell, Square Enix; Asphalt: Injection, Ubisoft; Disgaea 3 Return, NIS America; Dungeon Hunter: Alliance, Ubisoft; Dynasty Warriors Next, Tecmo Koei; EA Sports FIFA Football, EA; F1 2011, Codemasters; Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7, WB Games; Lumines Electronic Symphony, Ubisoft; Michael Jackson: The Experience HD, Ubisoft; Ninja Gaiden (working title), Tecmo Koei; OddWorld: Strangers Wrath, OddWorld Inhabitants; Puddle, Neko Entertainment; Pure Chess, RebelPlay; Putty Squad Vita, System 3; Rayman Origins, Ubisoft; Ridge Racer, Bandai Namco; Shinobido 2, Bandai Namco; Silent Hill: Book of Memories, Konami; Stardrone Extreme, BeatShapers; Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz, SEGA; Supremacy MMA, 505 Games; Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, Drinkbox Studios; The Treasures of Montezuma Blitz, Alawar Entertainment; Touch My Katamari, Bandai Namco; Troopies, Bloober Team; Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom, Capcom; Urban Trials, Tate Multimedia; Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition, SEGA; Orc Attack, Casual Brothers; Ben 10 Galactic Racing, Bandai Entertainment; Dragon’s Racing, Ignition Entertainment; Robot Rescue Revolution, Teyon; Mortal Kombat, WB Games; Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft; Bioshock, Take Two; Street Fighter X Tekken, Capcom; Call of Duty, Activision Blizzard.
Unit 13 Coming from Zipper Interactive
It was revealed that the developer of MAG and the SOCOM series is working on a third-person shooter called Unit 13, to be released around the launch window of PS Vita.
Evolution Studios’ MotorStorm RC Revealed
Yet another new title coming to PS Vita and PS3 and playable at today’s event, MotorStorm RC blends old-school remote control and contemporary racing gameplay. Cross Play lets PS Vita and PS3 players to compete. You can find out more in this announcement blog post from Evolution.
Social Essentials Shown
We learned that Flickr is joining Twitter, Facebook and FourSquare in Social Essentials, PS Vita’s gateway into the most popular social media channels, and they were available to test at the London event. We’ll be showing you exactly how to Like, Tweet, Tag and all the rest on the PlayStation.Blog soon.
Augmented Reality Markers
Augmented Reality is one of the directions open to PlayStation Vita developers and it was announced that six Augmented Reality markers will be available at launch, with three games available to download for free from PlayStation Store. To see how these are going to be used, we saw this AR technology video:
We hope this news gets you even more excited about PlayStation Vita and we can’t wait to hear what you think when you get your hands around it on 22 February 2012. In the meantime, we’re going to do our best to show you what it can do and hint at the possibilities for the future.
on 23-11-2011 01:55 PM
25-11-2011 05:37 AM - edited 25-11-2011 05:39 AM
Really looking forward to Motorstorm RC. Loved ReVolt back in the day and this will scratch that itch nicely. That you get both the Vita and PS3 versions for once price is fantastic news and I hope that other games follow the same premise (Dragons Crown, Ruin, etc.)
Quite frankly there are too many games that I'm interested in. I may even wait a month or two on Uncharted and Wipeout just so that I can enjoy the smaller games that are surely going to get overlooked by a lot of people since there is so much out.
Not to mention the likes of Rayman which is going to look stunning on the Vita, the Crash Bandicoot games for the PS1 that I just for free with PSN+ and FF 7-9 that I need to play through as well.
So much content for this system.
on 29-11-2011 12:09 AM
Super Stardust Delta has been removed on the blog post with no mention of why, is it no longer coming at launch? Love the series and it is one of the games I'm most looking forward too.
on 29-11-2011 10:13 PM
Everyone seems to have Golden Abyss as their most wanted vita launch game, judging by the poll on the blog. This baffles me
The simple fact is uncharted singleplayer takes about 12 hours to complete, based on my experience of uncharted 1 & 2 (have not played 3). They haven't shown anything to justify paying full price at launch for it.
on 30-11-2011 02:26 AM
03-12-2011 07:05 PM - edited 03-12-2011 07:10 PM
Gutted. I was kind of hoping Dynasty Warriors, Shinobido (I want this game badly)and Ridge Racer would be available around launch time. According to Play Asia they are all out in Japan same day as Vita. *cries a bit*
Ah well, it will mean Vita launch is cheaper for me. Only launch title i'm interested in is Uncharted, from that list.
Some of the games listed as 'in development' I haven't heard of before and had to look up. Puddle looks like it will be either a lot of fun or very frustrating. Possibly both! Haha.
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