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First PSN Vita Game To Make The Top 10

Posted on Wednesday, May 9 @ 11:14:34 Eastern by


In a surprising occurence, Escape Plan for PlayStation Vita has cracked the Top 10 PSN Game Downloads for the month of April. It's about time that a PSN Vita title made the list since the console launched in late February.

I Am Alive made the top spot while Journey, one of the best acclaimed titles this year from Game Revolution, made the second spot. We also need to give a shout-out to The Walking Dead, with most people deciding to buy a full season pass than going episodically, as well as the awesome fighter Skullgirls.

Another surprise has to be Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 FES, which just became available on PSN last month. For a JRPG, it's going quite strong.
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