Gamechup has found a rating for a ‘Sly Collection’ on the ESRB. The Sly Collection is said to be coming to the Vita. A Sly Collection came out on PS3 in 2010, so it makes sense that the game would be ported to Vita. Why they did not do it before Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time is a question I would like answered, but, either way, it seems Vita users will be receiving yet another collection just off the heels of a Jak and Daxter trilogy announced for the Vita.
We will update you with more information as it becomes available.
Gearing towards the summer time, Ubisoft has announced their plans to bring gamers new digital titles.
The first title is the April Fool’s-revealed Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, a digital game separate from Far Cry 3. Assuming the role of Sergeant Rex Cole, you are a Mark IV cyber-commando on a quest to bring down Cole’s former commanding officer and his cybornetic soldiers for the sake of revenge in a 1980′s Sci-fi movie apocalyptic setting in the “distant” year 2007.
Michael Biehn from The Terminator, Aliens, and The Abyss stars as the voice for Cole. Oh, and Ubisoft assures there will be Blood Dragons shooting lasers from their eyes in case you were wondering.
Blood Dragon flies its way to Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC on May 1 for $14.99. Pre-orders of Blood Dragon come packed with a copy of the soundtrack by Power Glove.
Tecmo Koei’s first Atelier game, Atelier Ayesha, is finally coming out west next week. However, the publishing giants seems to also have plans to bring the PS Vita port of Atelier Totori to at least Australia – which at least means Europe as well.
Finally! The PlayStation 4 has been officially announced. The Next Generation of consoles is among us, and Sony has set the stage. While many will argue whether the two hour long press conference delivered or not, I am here instead to ask the question, “What about the Vita?” I mean, that is my official title here at Analog Addiction – The Vita Aficionado, or something of that nature…
NIS caught me off guard this week with a surprise tactical RPG, Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection! Developed by IdeaFactory and Sting, GoC: PR is the sequel to a pretty solid SRPG that came out many moons ago.
I have quietly kept my eye on certain Japan-only Vita games, hoping for their eventual release over here in the states. In the words of Professor Farnsworth, “Good News Everyone!”
Xseed – who just announce they are localizing Killer is Dead as well – has announced they are also localizing two Vita games. RPG fans, rejoice! They are made just for you!
PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale… That’s a mouthful for anyone. But what’s in a name? When looking back on the press releases and the hype for the game called “Title Fight,” I was legitimately excited. Perhaps people frowned upon SuperBot Entertainments’ take on arena fighting since, on the surface, it looked very similar Super Smash Bro. But! that well known saying “never judge a book by its cover” is very much in play here. I pleased to report that while the game is neither dazzling nor breathtaking, it accomplishes the very core of what a game tries to be: fun.
The Vita is home to many fighters, names like Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Mortal Kombat come to mind. Even the recent PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale found its way onto the portable system. We are happy to report, thanks to IGN.com, that another fighter will be coming to Vita next year. Behold! The reknowned fighting series, Dead or Alive, is coming to Vita with Dead or Alive 5 Plus.
Hear it from Team Ninja themselves in the video below!
No release date has been announced, but the game is in its early stages. It also good to hear that some developers still wish to put their games on Vita. I also find it interesting how many fighting games haven found their way on to the handheld. Time will tell what more surprises are planned for the Vita.
Jaime, aka. Paco, loves fighting games, and considers BlazBlue to be the best fighting game of all. He knows he is a small minority, but he challenges anyone to a match; Vita or other. If you wanna know more about his exploits, keep an eye on AnalogAddiction.org and follow him on Twitter.