Sony announces PS Vita titles for TGS as well as full line-up

Sony TGS 2011 PSP PS Vita Playstation 3 News

It appears that Sony isn’t going to make the same mistake that Nintendo did when they launch their PlayStation Vita handheld. Today Sony revealed the games that would be at Tokyo Game Show this year at their presentation, with a number of them already announced but eighteen of them that will apparently be revealed at the show.

The list contains 31 total PlayStation Vita titles, as well as 19 PlayStation 3 games though some are multiplatform, and 5 PlayStation Portable titles. The massive amount of PlayStation Vita titles that are set to be shown off is extremely promising, and if things go well the Vita may just quickly surpass the 3DS in games before it is even released.

Check out Sony’s Tokyo Game Show line-up below:

PlayStation 3

Battlefield 3
Dragon’s Dogma
Asura’s Wrath
Street Fighter X Tekken
Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends
Ninja Gaiden 3
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
Metal Gear Solid HD Edition
Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker HD Edition
Final Fantasy XIII-2
Binary Domain
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
ICO
Shadow of the Colossus
Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
God of War Origins Collection
Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds (PS3 the Best)
Happy Charlie and the Flying Carnival
Ni no Kuni: Queen of the Holy White Ash

PSP

Frontier Gate
Final Fantasy Type-0
Black Panther 2 Yakuza: Asura Chapter
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva extend
Over My Dead Body

PlayStation Vita

BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend
Dynasty Warriors Next
Asphalt: Injection
The King, Demon King, and the Seven Princesses: New King Story
Mahjong Fight Club
Shinobido 2
Virtua Tennis 4
Uncharted: Golden Abyss
Gravity Daze
Hot Shots Golf Next
True Kamaitachi
Disgaea 3 Return
Ridge Racer
As well as eighteen unannounced Vita titles

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  • gamer1pc

    wait so no little big planet or sound shapes? 🙁

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  • Joshua Spudic

    Sony wants to go all in and they have to. They don’t want a repeat of the 3DS launch. I would also expect that TGS is where launch details will be revealed for Japan? That would be a good indicator on how well they avoided Nintendo’s mistake.

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