May will be an interesting month for the existing and hopefully many new PS Vita owners,as some high profile titles are coming along with the arrival of PS Vita Slim in North America.
Not a bad lineup at all. Its not super amazing but its not poor either. Hopefully a start for a turn around for the PSV outside of Japan.
Not much that jumps out at me here. 2 of the larger titles that are coming are just re-releases of PS2 games, no thanks. Borderlands I have heard bad things about, but will wait to see what the reviews look like, although I could get a richer experience on consoles or PC probably for cheaper if I wanted to. Swapper is really the only game that interets me, so I will check that out possibly when it comes closer, although it mentions PS4 support, so I may just get it for the console instead.
Hate to say it but I agree somewhat. Most of what I want to play in this list I already have on the PS3 (that which being Borderlands 2 and Sly collection). I might check out those lower profile games though.
yeah you could.. but you can as well forget about portability then
so you are saying I should pay more for a game I could get cheaper elsewhere with better graphics and more content just because I can play it on my toilet? :P I get what you are saying, but if I want to play Borderlands 2, I want the best experience possible. From what I have heard, that best experience isn't the Vita version.
Did I say you have to pay for it ? No All I said that if you want portability you have to pay more because that's how it works you always have to pay more for portable things
I was only joking there, that's why I put the guy sticking his tongue out, wasn't trying to offend.
Sorry I read it too fast ;P
8 games, 6 of which are ports, SIX! And one Street Fighter-esque Ultimate version. So a total of 1 brand new game. New generation indeed.
Feburary March and April had quite a few new games.
This is insane. Port, not a port, I don't care. These are a lot of great games coming to the Vita. I also don't care if a bunch of games that have been available on Steam for over year come to the Vita, because I haven't played them. I wonder if Nintendo suffers from this problem. "It's just a prettier version of Super Mario Bros. Just another port of Super Mario 64. Great, Mario Kart again..."
The 3DS has 2 remakes of older games. Star Fox and Ocarina of Time. The Wii U has exactly ONE HD port, Wind Waker. So no, to answer your question they don't suffer from this problem because while another Mario Kart releases, it's still a brand new game different from the last one. And you don't care if you can get a game on steam for like $5 but you could buy it "new" on the Vita for $30? Sound logic there.
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