Available now for the PlayStation Vita.
Twenty-five titles available on day one.
This past weekend the PlayStation Vita launched in Japan and did rather well. With the initial launch of the system now behind us, it’s time to start looking forward to the day when the rest of the world will be able to purchase Sony’s new handheld: February 22, 2012. Sony had already announced the European launch titles during a Vita event in London a few weeks back and has only just now revealed what the US can expect on store shelves come launch day.
Seems not all Vita games will be priced equally.
It has been long suggested that having a standard pricing system for video games wouldn’t work as the industry grew, particularly with the emergence of cheap iOS and mobile games. Sony has been toying around with discounted prices for digital versions of Vita software in Japan and possibly the US, but a look over at Amazon.com reveals that they may be mixing it up with physical copy pricing as well.
... and why the games and services they are offering are tailored to their benefit.
The answer is pretty simple, actually. See if you can spot the trend in the listing of titles below:
Though there was a slight delay, the title is now available for download.
Yesterday, Sony announced that LittleBigPlanet PSP would finally be making its debut on the PlayStation Network. Unforeseen issues prevented the title from appearing alongside its physical counterpart when it released last week.