Sony PlayStation Vita Available In December 17, Accompanied With Bunch Of Games

Sony Playstation Vita is reported to be available in December 17th on Japan and it’s been demoed at Tokyo Game Show 2011. It’s one of the modern portable console that said to promise a new gaming experiences doe to its always-on 3G network connection where the owner of Playstation Vita can communicate with each other anytime they want.


More good news is that the console is going to come with a bunch of new exclusive game titles that users can enjoy when they’ve bought the VITA. There are more than 30 titles, but the one that will be available right away on the launch are as follow:

  • BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend – 2D fighting (Arc System Works)
  • Project N.O.E.L.S. – “music player” app (Arc System Works)
  • 3gokushi touchbattle – MMO/RTS (AQ Interactive)
  • Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 – fighting (Capcom)
  • Nature of Night of Kamaitachi – 11th visitor, A Suspect – Adventure: Sound novel (Chunsoft)
  • F1 2011 – racing (Codemasters)
  • Dream C Club Zero Portable – dating simulation (D3)
  • Nico Nico – video player app (Dwango)
  • Fish On – fishing (Kadokawa)
  • Katamari Damacy – puzzle action (Namco Bandai)
  • Ridge Racer – racing (Namco Bandai)
  • Disgaea3 Return – strategic RPG (Nippon Ichi)
  • Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition (Sega)
  • @field – golf (Sonic Powered)
  • Uncharted: Golden – action adventure (Sony)
  • Little Deviants – mini games collection (Sony)
  • Minna To Issho – “social communications” app (Sony)
  • Hot Shots Golf Next – golf (Sony)
  • Yuusha No Kiroku – “life management” (Sony)
  • Monster Radar – location-based game (Sony)
  • Shinobido 2: Tales of the Ninja – stealth action (Spike)
  • Army Corps of Hell – action (Square Enix)
  • Lord of Apocalypse – action RPG (Square Enix)
  • Dynasty Warriors Next – action (Tecmo Koei)
  • Dark Quest – RPG (Ubisoft)
  • Michael Jackson: The Experience HD – rhythm action (Ubisoft)

Above are only the games that will initially available and there are hundreds of new games being tested right now and will following up. I would love to see how those game make use of the dual touchscreen interface and how the system could interact with other gamers in the neighborhood. It’s something interesting watch over.

No idea when US will get the turn.

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