Despite its age, the Vita has been getting a ton of third-party support lately, with a slew of handheld exclusives already announced. Here are all the most notable Vita games arriving in 2017 and 2018 (especially if you like JRPGs).
Wii U is dead, but Vita keeps pushing on and receiving new awesome games
Vita has a healthy market in Asia
Its attach rate is high too in the west
OH YEA! Thats what I want to hear! cool time to be a vita gamer
If sony releases another handheld, it needs to be as powerful as a base PS4..
most likely. Wasn't PSP near PS2's power level?
just need to have the same DS4 buttons and I would use it more.
there is no way that they can do that and be a reasonable price at this time.
Vita is the best handheld I've ever owned. I've already got so many games for it, and I have so many in my backlog and future upcoming. I don't know how I'll get to them all.
This will be a sought after collectors console as underrated as it is.
Have to admit, despite Sony's lack of software support for the console, this system has tons of content which keeps me invested in it. It's a shame that Sony isn't looking to try and make more money on the software side by trying to keep the system relevant themselves. I hope the 3rd party support doesn't let up due to the Switch becoming more powerful. The Vita isn't as powerful, but it should be capable of handling most of the games the Switch will get.
Still moving around and kickin. Ill be getting the ps4 version of these games and playing via vita remote play.
Vita refuses to die.
i don't care. i don't enjoy gaming on my vita. i don't think i'll switch (pun intended) that thing on ever again. to be fair the vita was already born dead.
Definitely some great stuff coming out for it. Im glad to see continued support for it and it making it outside of Japan.
I am enjoying Slain back from hell,,so little time too many games my backlog is huuugeee...
That is honestly an impressive list of games coming for the Vita Most hyped for 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim.
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