Submitted by xiren187 1270d ago | opinion piece

E3 2012: Five Titles the PS Vita Needs

"The E3 2012 Sony Press Conference kicks of tomorrow night and we will be seeing what the second wave of Vita titles have in store for us. So far, the Vita hasn’t been having the best of luck with the titles that have been released. The launch titles were a bit of a letdown and Resistance: Burning Skies was a bit of a letdown for those who were looking forward to a good first person shooter on their hand-held." - JPS (E3, PS Vita)

admiralvic  +   1270d ago
Needs Soul Sacrifice or at least another genre...
cpayne93  +   1270d ago
Yeah either that or ruin. Hopefully ruin will turn out good, the multiplayer features could be interesting.
remanutd55  +   1270d ago
well Call of Duty and Assassins Creed are coming to the system( hopefully this holidays) but i do agree with God of War and Grand Theft Auto
ddurand1  +   1270d ago
what a generic, repeat list. cant we just wait till tomorrow? all of these articles have become sickening.
hunhunzaza   1270d ago | Spam

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