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Submitted by IGW_Fobia 806d ago | article

Indies Can Save The Vita

Over the last month the PlayStation Vita has received a ton of great news. Unlike its previous year in existence, this year is shaping up to be very special for Sony’s handheld. Developers are excited about the system, Sony is backing the system up with some very creative and lucrative options and great games are finally making their way to the system in amounts we have not seen before. The biggest news in helping lift the Vita off the ground has been the complete and udder fascination and over-night love that indie developers have gained for the system. Developers behind some of the most strikingly beautiful, innovative and sought after games will be making their way to the PlayStation Vita soon. It is exactly what the PlayStation Vita needs, and could define a new persona for the system. (PS Vita)

PeaSFor  +   807d ago
how can it need to be saved when i already have a ps vita backlog?
bothebo  +   807d ago
Disagree.... We need AAA titles. Not only for hardware sales but for exposure. The average person doesn't care about indie titles unless they make it big, like Journey.
G20WLY  +   806d ago
Looking at the scheduling, we're getting both anyway! :)
psp2roundup  +   806d ago
Indies can fill in the gaps until the next Christmas big-sellers arrive, would be more appropriate. But if Namco can't be bothered to bring its games west, and western developers are keeping shy, things are looking pretty dicey... still with a good roster of indies and smaller third-party titles plus Sony's "blockbusters", I'm pretty happy.
sherimae2413  +   806d ago
indie games are needed to fill the gap between AAA game releases both from sony and third-party
we all know this kind of games tends to have a long development period,
and indie games will keep us occupy for a while ^_^
o-Sunny-o  +   806d ago
I am a happy fool with my Vita.
ReubenPatrick  +   806d ago
An unoriginal, unimaginative and uninspired title. Probably a slow day

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