The lights are on
On the eve of Tokyo Game Show, news hits about more titles coming for Sony's PlayStation Vita.
Recently at Europe's GamesCom convention, Ubisoft pledged support for the Vita, and Famitsu reports that the company is making good on its word with at least four Vita titles at Tokyo Game Show: Rayman Origins, Lumines: Electronic Symphony, Michael Jackson: The Experience HD, and Dark Quest. Not mentioned in Famitsu's article is the Assassin's Creed Vita title.
Previous reports say that there will be over 30 Vita games at the show this month. Stay tuned for more on these games and others as we cover the show when it happens.
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The Vita is going to ROCK! Totally going to get it when it comes out!
Lumines!!! Awesome Vita is going to become a powerhouse! This has way more software and support than the PSP. And the PSP wasn't a complete failure.
Thank you Sony for actually focusing on boosting the Vita's software early on. I haven't been this excited for handhelds since the GBA :D
still havent gotten into the handhelds
The support for the Vita is amazing, can't wait to get one. Hopefully at TGS Sony will announce official release dates for all regions!
Sweet. I kind of wonder if Sony took a look at Nintendo's 3DS launch and thought "oh man, I'm glad we didn't go first." Now they know that they need to launch with some support for their handheld. By the way, I'm not trying to sound like I'm down on the 3DS - that's a great system. Nintedo's post launch support was just undeniably lacking, which is unfortunate given the potential of the handheld.
Gotta say that the list of releases for the Vita is getting better and better o_o
As long as the list of release games (and games in general) keeps expanding so will my interest and willingness to purchase one next year.
ahh this is such good news. cant wait to see what else the vita has in store :)
Rayman gives a slight boost to the chances of me getting a Vita. If I can afford one at all. But Michael Jackson: The Experience? How the hell?
I think I'd rather get Rayman for the Vita instead of a console...