Ubisoft have just confirmed their line up for the European launch of the PlayStation Vita. Sitting alongside Sony’s new handheld from day one will be Rayman Origins, Lumines, Michael Jackson: The Experience, Dungeon Hunter Alliance and Asphalt Injection. These titles have already been confirmed for the North American launch.
Rayman Origins : Already released on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, Rayman Origins is a fantastic return to form for the series – an imaginative, gorgeous platformer that netted 9.5/10 here at Capsule Computers.
Lumines : Also a launch title for the PSP, Lumines is a block drop puzzle game with a high emphasis on soundtrack and effects.
Michael Jackson: The Experience : A rhythm game featuring the most famous tracks of the late King of Pop.
Dungeon Hunter Alliance : An RPG featuring lots of hacking, slashing and dungeon crawling, complete with online multiplayer. The iOS version received 8.5/10 in it’s CC Review
Asphalt Injection : An arcade racer with plenty of licensed cars (including Ferraris and Aston Martins),online multiplayer and a career mode to master.
Ubisoft have also scheduled the release of the brand new Assassin’s Creed game for the Vita, previously announced at Gamescom. The title will feature an all new storyline set apart from the main plotline, make use of the Vita’s new control options, and introduce new original characters. The release has now been confirmed for 2012.