Software sells devices, and that’s why Sony has to come up with something to give their latest handheld, PlayStation Vita, a ground in the ever growing mobile gaming market.
While Sony will also introduce a some kind of app stores much to what Apple has with iTunes and Android with their Market initiative, it’s hard to give PS Vita something to desire for without AAA titles.
So, let’s take a look of some of the quality games we can have in the next generation of dedicated gaming handheld.
Stunning graphics, cross platform play with PS3, addictive multiplayer and revolutionary mechanics, what’s more to ask with “the future of racing”?
The game focuses on the birth of Anti-grav racing and the Liverpool Studio team is keen to focus on how the architecture of the futuristic city shapes both look and gameplay.
It’s all about gravity as it takes you into a new perspective of gaming with visually stunning cel-shaded adventure.
Manipulate gravity to help you move around each open world, shifting your perspective and the action to complete dozens of missions spanning several worlds in this graphic novel storytelling game.
LittleBigPlanet and LBP2 giving PS3 players to play, create and share custom-made levels and multiplayer game modes for all to enjoy.
Now, with the upcoming PS Vita game touching the handheld’s various of inputs and sensors for playing and creating, Sackboy’s latest of play will be the most accessible – and empowering – LittleBigPlanet yet.
Ars Technica calls it the handheld’s killer app and that’s no denying when you had a perfectionist indie, Jonathan Mak behind this masterpiece.
Music acts like an element in the game — every action you take creates music. You manipulate a sticky ball through a two-dimensional landscape and create music as you interact.
Uncharted Golden Abyss™
This is the game that defines PS Vita where you didn’t just take the graphics to the next level but also the breathtaking cinematic gameplaying experience.
This time, you join Nathan Drake to uncover the dark secret behind the massacre of a Spanish expedition to Central America 400 years ago.
And there you have it, there is no release date confirmed yet for Vita but you can put your name on the pre-orders list now, if you want.