Double Eleven sign exclusivity deal with Sony

Middlesbrough developer Double Eleven has signed an exclusivity deal with Sony that will see the studio continue to work on both the Vita version of LittleBigPlanet and new projects.

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remanutd552387d ago

next project : Motorstorm Playstation Vita !!!

Micro_Sony2387d ago

Wow Sony have really learned from the troubles that the PS3 had at launch.

I read somewhere that Kaz said that the reason they are releasing the Vita in 2011 for North America is because they want the Vita to have a Solid line up - Smart move.

The pricing is good compared to the PSP GO:

Wi-Fi Model: 24,980 Yen (including tax), $249 and euro 249

3G/Wi-Fi Model: 29,980 Yen (including tax), $299 and euro 299

But Nintendo 3DS price drop might make it look more expensive than it really is.

Also if the PS3 get a price drop to that might make people choose a PS3 over the Vita.

I will be getting the Vita day one and have no complaints as long as the games keep pumping at a steady passe.

TOO PAWNED2387d ago

I don't get it. Is this second party?

Bull5hifT2387d ago

The People Responible For Porting Over Little Big Planet..... Same as Ready At Dawn, I Really wanna A Good Socom Game on Vita

Sevir042387d ago

It isn't a port but a new LBP for Vita!

MasterCornholio2387d ago

Good to see that the Vita will receive tons of exclusive games.

A strong first party and 3rd party support is the best thing for the core.

ElementX2387d ago (Edited 2387d ago )

My biggest concern is that 99% of the "exclusive games" are spinoffs of Playstation console games. I'd like to see more original IPs for the Vita before I fork over my cash. If I want a new LBP, Uncharted, or Killzone I will wait for a proper console release. I'm not going to buy a portable system just to get some side story of the franchises I play on PS3.

shadow27972387d ago

LBP makes much more sense, and will probably be much better on the Vita. The Move add ons will make creation on consoles easier, but LBP fits the "on the go" play style so perfectly.

tarbis2387d ago (Edited 2387d ago )

Here's a list of PSV's games in development, many of those are new IPs. I'm sure some of those will interest you.

Sevir042387d ago

Games like Uncharted and Resistance and Killzone who's universe is so grand and expansive can't all be released on one platform, it risks becoming tired played out and milked with consistent releases. Like COD and Battlefield, MOH. It's nessessary to spread the universes out across a few platforms. Side story or not. Having a compelling title on a portable system capable of playing in the home console experience spaces is awesome. If you feel having an uncharted caliber game on a hand held is bad then I'd wager your opinion on enjoying an uncharted game on home consoles is a lie!

blackburn102387d ago

99%? Where did you pull that number from? 99% of VITA games are not 'spin offs'.

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WhiteLightning2387d ago (Edited 2387d ago )

To me Vita is Sony's way of saying "We've learnt from our mistakes, heres the proof" which means that we can look forward to the PS4 because obviously I don't think we'll get another PS3 situation (with the high price point)

TenSteps2387d ago

or the Riiiiiiiidge Racer

Tony-Red-Grave2387d ago

i think i just threw up abit thinking about that