Click on the article to read about the games and watch the trailers.PlayStation’s presence at this year’s E3 was considerable. Naturally, most of Sony's energy was expended on showcasing its brand-new hardware – the PlayStation 4 – but PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita were shown-off, too.
Vita had a surprisingly large footprint at Sony’s booth, with well over 30 games being represented from first-party studios, third-party publishers and indie developers alike. I played 20 of them, each for only a couple of minutes, to give you a little insight as to what’s coming to PlayStation Vita later in 2013 and beyond (!).
I found three games intriguing: Dragon Crown, Ys, and Batman Arkham Blackgate.
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20 (Vita) Games, One Article
Currently Playing: Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag (PS4) and Bravely Default (3DS)
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Would be good to have more then 5 decent games on PSV...
I'm disappointed, haven't touched my Vita in months :\
Sure some might be happy with PSN titles and rerereleases of old games but i was hoping for asskicking exclusives.
Just go to a store and look at the vitashelf.... to me it feels like no new games were released since launch :\
If you're enjoying your vita that's fine by me but i think you have to admit that there are very few good "only on VITA" games atm.
Just look at metacritc - ~20 games above 80% among them a lot of games i could play on the PS3.
I wholeheartedly agree. There are a few very good games, but we need more.
I'm happy with what I've played, and Tearaway and Killzone both look fantastic. I'm sure those will keep me occupied until whatever comes next is announced.
In addition to the big exclusives like Batman and Killzone I am also looking forward to Terraria and Castlestorm which are two that don't seem to be on many people's radar. Also Dragons Crown.
I also wouldn't call it "big", it's a 2.5D port of a 3DS game which could be classed as indie in a way, the Vita is easily capable of a full 3D Arkham game. Having said that, it does look good, but definitely wouldn't pay more than $15 for it, unless it was a lengthy game (at least 15 hours).
Killzone: Mercenary and Tearaway look interesting.
Still waiting on a portable GTA title from Rockstar Games too. I could see it benefiting Sony though I'm excited for GTA V as well.
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