The lights are on
It is now possible to raise virtual livestock, collect virtual crops, and sell virtual produce on the Vita with today's release of Farming Simulator 14.
Though it shares its name with the PC game and is similar, the Vita version of the game isn't a port. Instead, it has been built (or grown if you prefer) from scratch.
You can check out the trailer below, which features a family farming together in both the real and virtual world. You can get the game now for $29.99.
[Source: PlayStation Blog]
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