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Sony Confirms PlayStation Vita Launch Lineup and Details


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141w ago - Sony's Director of Hardware Marketing John Koller has officially confirmed the PlayStation Vita launch lineup and details today, as follows:

As you all know, PlayStation Vita launched in Japan this past weekend, and we've been excited to hear which games have been the most popular with our friends across the Pacific.

But I'm sure all of you have been wanting to find out which titles will be released when PS Vita launches in the U.S./Canada on Feb. 22.

Today we announced the official PS Vita software launch lineup for the U.S. and Canada, and you'll be pleased to know that PS Vita will have the biggest and best lineup we've ever launched across the history of PlayStation platforms.

SCE Worldwide Studios, along with our publishing partners, have been working extremely hard to build games that provide you all with new ways to experience gaming on the go.

There will be 25 games available on day 1, and in total more than 100 games currently in development. Pricing for all software will range from $9.99-$49.99 (MSRP) and will be available for purchase at retail locations as well as downloadable on the PlayStation Network.

PS Vita Software Lineup:

SCEA Launch Day Titles

Escape Plan (PSN Only)
Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
Hustle Kings (PSN Only)
Little Deviants
ModNation Racers: Road Trip
Super StarDust Delta (PSN only)
UNCHARTED: Golden Abyss
wipEout 2048

Launch Window Titles

Gravity Rush
MLB 12 The Show
Reality Fighters
Unit 13

Third Party Publisher Launch Day Titles

Army Corps of Hell
Square Enix, Inc.

Asphalt Injection
Ubisoft, Inc.

BEN10 GALACTIC RACING
D3 Publisher of America

Blazblue: Continuum Shift EXTEND
Aksys Games Localization, Inc.

Dungeon Hunter Alliance
Ubisoft, Inc.

Dynasty Warriors Next
Tecmo Koei America Corporation

F1 2011
Codemasters

EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer
Electronic Arts, Inc.

Lumines Electronic Symphony
Ubisoft, Inc.

Michael Jackson The Experience
Ubisoft, Inc.

Plants vs. Zombies (PSN Only)
Sony Online Entertainment LLC

Rayman Origins
Ubisoft, Inc.

Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen
Namco Bandai Games America Inc.

Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only)
Drinkbox Studios

Touch My Katamari
Namco Bandai Games America Inc.

Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3
Capcom Entertainment, Inc.

Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition
Sega of America

Launch Window Titles

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
Warner Bros. Interactive Ent. Inc.

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention
NIS America, Inc.

NINJA GAIDEN ' PLUS
Tecmo Koei America Corporation

Ridge Racer
Namco Bandai Games America Inc.

Silent Hill Book of Memories
Konami Digital Ent. America, Inc.

Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted
505 Games

Also, every PS Vita system will be packed with six AR Play Cards and one voucher to download a handful of augmented reality mini games called AR Play via the PlayStation Network.

All first party games along with a selection of accessories and third party games will be available for purchase a week early (Feb. 15) in conjunction with the availability date of the First Edition PS Vita Bundle.

For those of you looking for a complete solution, a Starter Kit will be available for $39.99 (MSRP), which includes a 4GB Memory Card, Pocket Pouch, Protective Film, Card Case, Headphones, and Cleaning Cloth. Standalone Memory Cards will start at $19.99 (MSRP), providing plenty of options for storing games and save data, videos, music, photos and more.

Product Name
Release Date
MSRP

4 GB Memory Card
February 15, 2012
$19.99

8 GB Memory Card
February 15, 2012
$29.99

16 GB Memory Card
February 15, 2012
$59.99

32 GB Memory Card
February 15, 2012
$99.99

Starter Kit with Memory Card
February 15, 2012
$39.99

In-Ear Headset
February 15, 2012
$19.99

Carrying Case
February 15, 2012
$19.99

Travel Pouch
February 15, 2012
$19.99

Protective Film (2 pack)
February 15, 2012
$9.99

Card Case
February 15, 2012
$5.99

Cradle
February 15, 2012
$19.99

Portable Charger
Spring 2012
$49.99

AC Adaptor
February 15, 2012
$14.99

Car Adaptor
Spring 2012
$14.99

USB Cable
February 15, 2012
$14.99





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moja's Avatar
#6 - moja - 141w ago
Don't get me wrong, they can keep me using the same memory stick, but I want a $30 32GB microsd. Heck, I could buy three of those for one of theirs.

GrandpaHomer's Avatar
#5 - GrandpaHomer - 141w ago
I'll tell you what would be popular for me - a microsd memory card adapter for the Vita.
Not gonna happen for a while (if ever) - it's DRM ridden and tied up to your PSN account (the similar way like hard drive to the specific PS3) so don't keep your hopes ...

Everybody's / Hot Shots golf and Uncharted are GORGEOUS though!

DaedalusMinion's Avatar
#4 - DaedalusMinion - 141w ago
I'll be getting a PS Vita this month hopefully. The memory card prices are freaking me out, though.

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#3 - GTluver - 141w ago
I'll be pre-ordering the vita bundle and pick up a starter kit but w/ the 32 gb memory card. I'll just sell the 4gb on Craigslist. As for the games, I'll get one or two from the following: Silent hill, Uncharted, UMvsCapcom3, Ninja Gaiden, Rayman Origins, Dungeon hunter, and army corpse of hell.

I do wish they had call of duty launch on day 1... oh well...

elser1's Avatar
#2 - elser1 - 141w ago
i was going to buy one of these as i havent had a handheld since the 1st gameboy but the 32gb mem card $100 us.. get real.. i will not be buying one now.. i'll buy an extra ps3 game or 2 instead / or an xbox console.

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