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BioShock PS Vita: Should we be worried?

PSU.com writes:

"Remember when Ken Levine stepped on stage at Sony’s E3 2011 presser and announced he was making a BioShock game for PlayStation Vita? Well, you’d be forgiven for wondering what happened to the pocket-sized entry in this acclaimed franchise, because we’ve heard nothing of it since."

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FriedGoat1391d ago

Yes, Yes we should. If its "in the hands of the businessmen" its already dead. Unless the vita picks up in sales, then hopefully we may see it in the future.

tachy0n1391d ago

it will happen now that is up to take-two to decide, it will happen they are a good company :)

GloriousBagel1390d ago

Well we haven't seen it because I imagine they would be concentrating on Bioshock Infinite and after that the next gen Bioshock or whatever new IP they might make. Bioshock vita will probably be from a small team that Adm himself is looking over. Unless they pull a CoD Declassified but I hope devs have learned from that mistake haha

Godchild10201390d ago (Edited 1390d ago )

The problem with CoD was that, the IP holder didn't care about the name itself. They gave the game over to a company that has a bad rep, with a short window of time. Instead of letting one of their in-house studios make it. They also wanted to spend the least amount of money.

Look at Need for speed, Assassin's Creed, Uncharted and LBP to name a few. Their IP holders care about their name and the respect they have from their fans. I bought COD:D and mainly play online, but after all the other releases on the Vita, I stopped playing COD as much.

I'm sure once Take Two makes up their mind on Bioshock Vita, we will get one of their better Devs and Ken Levine on it. I also think it depends on how well Bioshock Infinite sells on The PS3.