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Grand Theft Auto, Monster Hunter, and Final Fantasy For Vita Leaked

Posted on Wednesday, March 7 @ 09:20:58 Eastern by Keri_Honea
Sony plans to announce more games coming for the Vita on Friday, but it seems that a retailer has stolen a bit of their thunder. Or beaten them to the punch...however you want to phrase it.

Play.com posted Vita product listings for the following future games:
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Nights
  • Monster Hunter Portable 3
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD
  • Tales of Innocence R
Play has since taken down these listings, all but Monster Hunter, anyway. If all of these are true, and we have no reason to think that they are not, then this is great for Sony and the Vita's future both in the States and in Japan. I know—along with millions of others—that a Monster Hunter game is what will save the Vita in Japan.

It will be interesting to see what Sony actually announces this Friday, regardless.

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