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PlayStation Vita Is Back in Play

Push Square: "Sony evidently heard the criticism to its lacklustre E3 showing earlier in the year. SCEE executive Jim Ryan’s declaration that the first hour of its GamesCom 2012 PlayStation press conference would be devoted to the Vita was proof enough. For perhaps the first time in the history of the brand, the platform holder shrugged aside its home console and placed the spotlight on its fledgling handheld. It was a necessary, timely and brilliantly calculated move."

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remanutd551949d ago

Media Molecule has to be one of the most creative and talented video game studios i have ever seen, i was very surprised to see MM and GG developing the next wave of vita games, i hope sony let Sucker punch, Santa Monica and Naughty Dog create new IPs on the little system.

i think the vita has its own original games like Little Deviants, Escape Plan, Gravity Rush and soon Soul Sacrifice and Tearaway but it needs more and a good message to the fanbase would be to put some of its best studios to work on the system.

i really like cross buy, i will be getting Ratchet and Clank Full Frontal Assault, Sly Cooper Thieves in Time and Guacamelee.

ps+ should come to the vita with an instant game collection like the ps3, hopefully thats the case.

Ps Mobile was another great announcement yesterday.

FriedGoat1949d ago

Why would you mention little deviants? There are at least 20+ games better than that poopfest.

remanutd551948d ago

because its an original exclusive game on the vita, i think its a fun game too.

GribbleGrunger1948d ago

I don't think this is MMs BIG project. Read this:

Call it a hunch, but I think when Media Molecule's Alex Evans told me that two-thirds of his studio is busying themselves by making tea, he was hinting that the studio behind LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway are scaling up for another big project.
"How many people are working on Tearaway," I asked, during an interview about the recently announced papercraft adventure game for the Vita.
"15," Evans replied.
"And how many people are working at your studio?"
"47, and we are hiring," Evans replied with a grin.
When I pressed him to find out what exactly those other 32 people were doing, Evans was coy.
"Littlebigplanet has had a natural progression toward other studios working on it," he said. "Which gives us time for Tearaway ... and a lot of people to make tea. We’re also hiring for tea makers as well, so if you have tea-making skills you should apply."
Hopping over to the Media Molecule website, one can find applications for a number of jobs, several of which don't appear to be for Tearaway.
"At Media Molecule, we are currently working on brand new IPs, even more ambitious than LBP was when it was conceived 6 years ago," one reads.
Evans decline to talk at all about this new, big project.