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Submitted by Relientk77 930d ago | interview

Ragnarok Odyssey Director Discusses Which Vita Features Have Been Underutilized

Spencer of Siliconera - The PlayStation Vita is a powerful piece of hardware and developers like Ragnarok Odyssey director Kazuhiro Irie are just starting to tap into. Since Game Arts has been one of the biggest Vita supporters with three titles already on the market, I asked Irie what features of the Vita are underutilized. (Kazuhiro Irie, PS Vita, Ragnarok Odyssey)

medziarz  +   930d ago
CoD:BOD AC3:L NFS:MW

with this triple-A trio the Vita is going to rock;
add to that the excellent LBP:V and U:GA,
the serviceable annual sports: Madden, FIFA and MLB:TS,
the AAA fighters: MK, MvC, SFxT,
the AAA JRPGS: P4:G, Ragnarok,
the other Sony franchises: R:BS, MNR, W2048,
the exclusive games: Escape plan, Gravity Rush, Soul Sacrifice,
many other games, bigger and smaller,
and finally the PSP library as well as PS1 classics,

and we get the most COMPLETE lineup for the first year of a console EVER,

but that want stop the ANTY SONY LOOM, GLOOM, and BASHING thats been going on every year for the last 6 years!!!
GreenRanger  +   930d ago | Funny
But ze Vita, he is-how do you say?-DOOMED! /s
Grenade  +   930d ago
LMFAO!
Bubble for that.
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tinezedw  +   930d ago
lol.bubble+
3-4-5  +   930d ago
Yea I mainly want a Vita for the PSP + PSone games but I'm excited to see what get's released on the Vita. They have a solid gaming library so far. It's not good, but it doesn't suck either.

Vita will be good.
DivineAssault  +   929d ago
NO man! that cant be true! Vita doesnt have any games!! *sarcasm* im going to be blasting cash for a while.. Contrary to what ppl may fool themselves to think, vita has too many games for me to keep up with..
miyamoto  +   926d ago
The game is not even out here in NA yet and he is talking about a bigger sequel to Ragana, PVP, better game presentation, a bigger game ... nice.
vikingland1  +   930d ago
I can't wait for Ragnarok Oddyssey.
tarbis  +   930d ago
It's coming out the same day as ZOE HD. Oh my wallet..... T_T
LiViNgLeGaCY  +   929d ago
Two more weeks......

Two more weeks and it will be mine. Oh yes, it WILL be mine.
XabiDaChosenOne  +   929d ago
It hasn't even been a year for this platform yet look at the amount of games its getting this holiday season alone.
LittleBigPlanet-Vita
Assassins Creed- Liberations
Street FighterXTekken
PSABR
COD:BOD "Even though it looks like garbage to me but to eah his own"
Etc.
The Vita is here to stay folks!
profgerbik  +   926d ago
Good to see some developers pointing out the hidden potential that Sony consoles always have had. I really am excited about the future of this handheld.

Most developers just complain about how hard it is to develop on.

I am for sure picking up Ragnarok Odyssey as soon as I can. Going to be a good Christmas for my Vita this year.
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