It looks like more details for the Vita's Call of Duty are imminent, as pre-order cases have been discovered and E3 looms near.
i think that´s pure speculation by the retailer
Spring is too soon that is for sure but I am pretty sure a COD for PSV is coming this year. Most likely a port of BO2.
black ops II looks highly unlikely......
@Raiz why is it unlikely?
With some modification and weaking, they can get at least a Call of Duty game running on the PSV, even one of the Modern Warfares. This is most likely NOT going to be a port of BO 2.
As Tripe_Down already said it's just a speculation by the retailer. Call of Duty Vita was confirmed to arrive this autumn.
Of course is coming
Black ops 2 can work and there's no need for the vita version to match the consoles visuals. Look at mortal kombat it ever garnered much better reviews than its console version and the developers just need to replicate, lessen the polygons, give it decent frame rate and with cross play and a bit more features it will definitely work. Or they create a unique game with playable maps with the ps3 ala wipeout2048
Now THIS is really big news!
If you bothered to view the article, the image is FAR from fuzzy and faraway. It's just a giant image and got condensed oddly in the preview here.
I stand corrected, this riveting, innovative box art image has blown my mind. Great job.
Well, that's a different issue than what you originally said. Regardless, I didn't take the photo, and surely you've seen bad pre-order box art before. At least there was a little effort put into it; usually, they just splatter the game's name in bold font on a black background and call it good.
Ive seen this in many eb games over here since the start of this year
Spring 2012? Wow if this is true than it means an announcement at E3 with a release in only a few days! yeah....most likely fake.
Isnt it obvious their saying you can pre-order in Spring 2012 not buy the damn game.
It has begun !!
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