PS Vita: Complete Third-Party Developer Support List

Despite the lack of highlighting third-party titles during their E3 conference, Sony does have an impressive lineup of third-party developers on board to support the new handheld.

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SilentNegotiator2418d ago (Edited 2418d ago )

NA list seems a bit thin.

I'm sure it will improve, though.


How is the service of AT&T?

SilentNegotiator2418d ago (Edited 2418d ago )

It's one of the most mainstream services.
So....think Comcast.

Not great.

user83971442418d ago

Bad unless you live in a big city.

fear882418d ago

I am definitely impressed by the specs and the price but I am going to wait and see what other games are lined up for the handheld at launch and the following months.

This reminds me of when every new hardware comes out they post a "list" of supporting developers much like they did with the PSP. List are great but actual quality titles with specific release dates would make me feel a lot better.

Also AT&T&T partnership was a BIG fail. But I really do not intend to go with the 3D model either.

So far the games look alright but I would love me some high quality franchises from third party developers and some fantastic new IPs from first party sony and a few third party.

death2smoochie2418d ago

At the price point they revealed, the lineup should increase over time.
Nintendo is in a world of hurt with the announcement of the Vita's price point.
Love this competition.

El_Colombiano2418d ago

Rockstar games. San Andreas Stories. Please.

Burning_Finger2418d ago

PSVITA starting to look more like the PS2..

Success is on the horizon..

Tony P2418d ago

Everything about Vita looks hot. No reason I wouldn't get it.

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