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Submitted by karamsoul 313d ago | opinion piece

The Top Ten Horror Games that Should Come to the PS Vita

Rudolf van Wyk writes: "Sony’s insubmissive handheld game console, the PS Vita, has one major shortcoming as opposed to its main rival, the Nintendo 3DS: it doesn’t quite tally the same amount of AAA game titles. Seeing as some of the most prominent survival horror games fall under this category, there’s much left to be desired. However, it is a popular platform for indie games, which are largely on the rise. But whether it’s legendary mainstream entries or the small scale productions with some kicks, here’s a list of horror games that would be every bit as terrifying in smaller resolution as it is on a monitor…" (Amnesia: Dark Descent, Dead Space, F.E.A.R., Outlast, PS Vita, Resident Evil, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl, SCP Containment Breach, Silent Hill 2, Slender)

radecGaming  +   313d ago
LOL!!!
batbatz  +   313d ago
INsubmissive is not a real word

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