Sony unveils North American PS Vita launch titles, pricing

Sony unveils North American PS Vita launch titles, pricing
Sony has revealed all of the PS Vita's launch titles for when it hits Canada and the U.S. on February 22nd.

The games will cost $10 to $50 although the company has not put specific price tags on each game, yet. PSN downloads are expected to be on the lower range, while games like uncharted are expected to be the very high end.



Sony's own titles include:

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


Titles from third-party developers:

Army Corps of Hell
Asphalt Injection
Ben 10 Galactic Racing
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend
Dungeon Hunter Alliance
Dynasty Warriors Next
F1 2011
EA Sports FIFA Soccer
Lumines Electronic Symphony
Michael Jackson: The Experience
Plants vs. Zombies (PSN Only)
Rayman Origins
Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen
Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only)
Touch My Katamari
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition


Additionally, the company has revealed their "release window" games, which will likely be available for the handheld console within 6 months:

Gravity Rush
MLB 12 The Show
Reality Fighters
Unit 13
Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention
Ninja Gaiden Plus
Ridge Racer
Silen Hill Book of Memories
Supremacy MM: Unrestricted


Finally, the company has officially confirmed the prices of its memory cards. The memory cards are required to save games or use PSN downloads:

4 GB Memory Card $19.99
8 GB Memory Card $29.99
16 GB Memory Card $59.99
32 GB Memory Card $99.99


Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 23 Dec 2011 13:14
Tags
Sony gaming Handheld Launch Consoles PS Vita
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  • 7 comments
  • kabledog

    Really? 100 bucks for a 32gb memory card? I can get a Sandisk class 6 32gb card for around 40 bucks. Websters should change the definition of proprietary to "a way to extort money from the masses".

    24.12.2011 11:08 #1

  • dab0ne

    The memory cards are gonna kill sales if anything does. The Vita will probably sell ok but would probably sell much better with internal storage. It won't take long for San Disk or some other company to come out with cheaper chips and that is probably when I will get my vita. I may even wait for the 2nd generation to come out. It will be cheaper and will have new features... like a memory card built in.

    Originally posted by kabledog: Really? 100 bucks for a 32gb memory card? I can get a Sandisk class 6 32gb card for around 40 bucks. Websters should change the definition of proprietary to "a way to extort money from the masses". I can agree with you there but they wont be extorting anything if the consumer looks at this the way they looked at the PSP Go. That was a total flop and the PSN sales could certainly dwindle if these prices stay where they are.

    24.12.2011 20:20 #2

  • ZippyDSM

    Sooooo dose it have a TV out?

    Until lobbying is a hanging offense I choose anarchy!
    Ah modern gaming its like modern film only the watering down of fiction and characters is replaced with shallow and watered down mechanics, gimmicks and shiny-er "people".
    http://zippydsmlee.wordpress.com/

    25.12.2011 09:40 #3

  • hearme0

    Originally posted by kabledog: Really? 100 bucks for a 32gb memory card? I can get a Sandisk class 6 32gb card for around 40 bucks. Websters should change the definition of proprietary to "a way to extort money from the masses". AGREED!!!

    27.12.2011 14:01 #4

  • hearme0

    Originally posted by ZippyDSM: Sooooo dose it have a TV out? It damn well better!!!!!!!

    27.12.2011 14:01 #5

  • Dragon3000

    Why are their people moaning about memory cards? it's no different to the current PSP systems.

    29.12.2011 11:11 #6

  • dab0ne

    Originally posted by Dragon3000: Why are their people moaning about memory cards? it's no different to the current PSP systems. The current PSP system at least came with a 32mb for game saves and with an emphasis on downloadable games and content for today's systems you would think Sony would want their software a little more accessible right out of the gate. And actually the current PSP has built in memory:

    http://us.playstation.com/psp/techspecs/pspgo.html

    Seems like they are taking this device in the wrong direction... backwards. What Sony should do is disassemble all of those unsold PSP Go units and put that 16gb flash memory to good use by installing them into the Vitas.

    29.12.2011 12:24 #7

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