Finally, the much-anticipated PSP Vita launch is here. Some diehard gamers have even preordered their new handheld devices from foreign countries just so they wouldn’t have to wait an extra day or two before getting their hands on the PSP Vita. What has even people more excited is that Sony has made an announcement that there would be 25 games followed by another 10 available right away. This number would be followed by another hundred games to be released within months of the launch date.
Hard-core gamers are already aware of what the PSP Vita games have in store for them. These are available in the Middle East and parts of Southeast Asia and are easily obtainable over the Internet. This is all in anticipation of what Sony promises to be an experience that will have you talking for months to come.
The idea is that these games would be available on the game card or downloadable directly from the PlayStation store. An additional step of purchasing a Sony memory card in order to save any digital content is also necessary as the PSP Vita does not come with an onboard memory card. In reality, without the proprietary memory card there is a good chance that many games and apps will not work. So in anticipation of this need, many gamers have already acquired the memory card and games as they await the PSP Vita.
If you’re one of those lucky few that have ordered your PSP Vita and are all set to go with the other accoutrements for your gaming experience, then you are probably deciding between all the games that Sony is offering. Here is my two cents worth.
Uncharted Golden Abyss: This game is set in Central America as Nathan Drake strives to unearth the fate of a Spanish expedition from 400 years ago. This exciting game promises to offer slinging, jumping and dodging death. Full of little surprises at every corner, this game promises to put PSP Vita gaming on the map.
Little Deviants: With its alternate control functionality, this game is considered more of a demo of what the PSP Vita has in store for you rather than an actual game. Consisting of several mini games whose goal is to achieve certain point totals, Little Deviants has been compared to Nintendo Wii’s Wario’s Smooth Moves. If you don’t want to hang on and purchase it as part of the PSP Vita Limited bundle, there is a fairly substantial cost savings predicted.
Wipeout 2048: This game is ideal for the adrenaline junkie and has been described as being all about fast racing. What’s more, this fast-paced game has all the bells and whistles with tilt and voice controls along with touch. It is forecasted to be the ultimate ride and the creators of the PSP Vita are relying heavily on this game to draw in traffic.
So if you’re in the market for a PSP Vita, then make sure that you have access to at least one or two of these games as critics are heralding them to make the PSP Vita a household name.