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Submitted by TetsujinFranky 80d ago | rumor

Rumor: XCOM Enemy Unknown - The Complete Edition To Launch On PS Vita

According to retailer Tesco, XCOM Enemy Unknown - The Complete Edition is going to be released in the future on PlayStation Vita. (PS Vita, XCOM Enemy Unknown The Complete Edition)

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Tripe_Down  +   81d ago
could be a mistake in platform category, packshot shows pc version that makes more sense.
sinncross  +   81d ago
Most likely.

That said, the PC version is out already no? i hope there is a PSV version, this sort of game would be great for on the go.

But guess we will find out soon whether its a mistake or not.
3-4-5  +   79d ago
Game would be sweet on the Vita.
ToxicSushi  +   80d ago
XCOM would be a great port to the Vita! Hope its true and scheduled later this year since the Vita needs more love from its software developers.
nope111  +   80d ago
Holy chet. Please be true, please be true, please be true.
XiSasukeUchiha  +   80d ago
Shall it be!
grailly  +   80d ago
I already own it on iOS, PC and PS3... I hope I'll be able to resist buying it on vita :P
lelo  +   80d ago
What about "big" Vita exclusives instead of ports?
TimeSkipLuffy  +   80d ago
Sony needs to sell way more Vitas to get 3rd partys create some exclusives. If they don't do it themselves or pay others to do it, it just won't happen very often.

That said, I still enjoy my PS Vita from the very first moment I got it. I hope for a second installment of Uncharted or a Last of Us spinoff for the Vita :3
rhap  +   79d ago
Idk, but all I do on my Vita is to play exclusives. Finished Sorcery Saga and Zero Escape recently and just started Ys, with Conception 2 and Demon Gaze coming next.

Now, for "big" exclusives, if you mean "Random Mainstream FPS/Car/GTA Game", sure, Vita doesn't have any of that.
Monolith  +   80d ago
Ha thats funny. Im currently playing this game on ps3. Im doing real good getting through my back log of games to beat. Next is arkham origins. Just beat arkham asylum.
JD94  +   80d ago
Its just a mistake with the platformcategory on that site, it says Vita instead of PC. The boxart is for PC and lauch date is 07-03 which isn't 3th july but 7 march, the date that XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition was released on PC..
djplonker  +   80d ago
You north americans and you're silly way to do things :p

Day/month/year is the proper way to date it is like saying the time is minutes/hours/seconds....

each to thier own I guess!
JD94  +   80d ago
I am not North American, I am Dutch. :D
This game on Vita would be very nice tho!
djplonker  +   80d ago
Oh I meant that who ever dated it as 7-03 was silly not you :p
ICANPLAYGAMES2  +   80d ago
I could go for a Vita ver. of this. Would fit right in with most of my library on here anyway (mostly rpgs and srpgs anyway).
blackblades  +   79d ago
I can go for a ps4 version, more on a new game version on it.
rivencleft  +   79d ago
Hmmm, I think this game would be awesome with the touch screen capabilities of the vita, so many options and ways to play.

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