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Full of Vita: A Look at the Handheld’s Hottest Upcoming Games

May 15, 2012 Written by Sebastian Moss

The Rest – Interesting Games That Didn’t fit into a Category:

MGS HD Collection:

Metal Gear Solid is awesome. Not including Peace Walker in the Vita collection isn’t.

Out on June 12th in the US and 29th in Europe. Preorder here.

ZoE HD Collection:

A re-release of the two main Zone of the Enders games on the PS3, 360 and Vita.

Set for release some time later this year.

DJMax Technika Tune:

An adaptation of DJMax Technika, Tune is a Vita-only arcade music game.

Release date TBA.

Lego Batman 2:

Like Lego Batman 1, but with more Lego.

Out on June 1st in the US and 27th in Europe. Preorder here.

Silent Hill: Book of Memories:

The first multiplayer Silent Hill, the ninth installment in the series will have an overhead isometric view, follow a new storyline, and feature returning creatures from the series’ fictional universe.

Thought to release on October 31st. Preorder here.

Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward:

A successor to the Nintendo DS title 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.

Late 2012. Preorder here.

Persona 4 Golden:

A bigger and improved version of one of the best RPGs ever, with over 100 hours of gameplay.

This fall, 2012. Preorder here.

Ragnarok Odyssey:

Drawing inspiration from Ragnarok Online, the game has been compared to Monster Hunter and RPG series Phantasy Star Online.

Late 2012. Preorder here.

Dragon’s Crown:

A 2D fantasy action RPG game currently in development by Vanillaware with help from Atlus. It is a spiritual successor to Atlus’ Princess Crown and takes some concepts from Norse mythology.

Sometime in 2013. Preorder here.

Unannounced Games:

Rockstar: One of Rockstar’s European studios is working on a Vita, game – probably a GTA title, considering the success of the PSP’s GTA titles.

Monster Hunter: With the PSP’s Monster Hunter selling more than puppies at Christmas, it was already a safe bet that Capcom were working on a Vita title. Add that to the fact that the game has been repeatedly spotted on retail sites, and it’s an increasingly likely title.

The rest: Be sure to take a gander at this incredible list of Vita developers.

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