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Vita To Get A Ton of Games, PSP Looks on in Jealousy

Posted on Monday, June 6 @ 20:55:49 Eastern by Sebastian_Moss

Releasing before Nintendo's Project Cafe, the PS Vita is the next big product launch in the industry, and—as with any big launch—the device will need a good library to back it up.

Luckily for the Vita, Sony announced a bunch of titles for the platform at E3:
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • Modnation Racers, which will support all 2 million PS3 tracks
  • Street Fighter x Tekken, which will include inFamous' Cole
  • A Bioshock title, from Irrational Games, a "pet project"
  • Top Darts
  • Ruin, an "action RPG" developed by PAIN studio Idol Minds, cross-compatible with PS3 version
  • 80 more titles in development for Vita
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