PS Vita Games Release Dates; Sony Slashes Price of 3G/WiFi Model in Japan
By Staff Writer | February 18, 2013 10:05 AM EST
Sony PlayStation Vita, or PS Vita games have several release dates set for February 2013. The Japanese company enduring much hype about the PS4 announcement on Feb. 20, but also a long list of games that will also be released for the PS Vita and various other Sony devices in North American and Europe.
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For PS VIta games, fans can expect "Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection" (PSP title), "Patapon 3" (PSP title), and "Urban Trial Freestyle" (PSN), during the week of Feb. 18, PlayStationLIfestyle.net reports. "Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection" will also be available for PSP. Get the full list of game releases for Feb. 2013 here.
Sony is also experiencing price cuts this season with the PS Vita. Sales for the hand-held device have been low. The new price for the PS VIta with 3G/WiFi is the equivalence of $210 in Japan and was previously approximately $323.
According to Dawn.com, the price cuts were designed to "make the platform more accessible than ever and will appeal to wider audiences looking to buy the model best suitable for their own game play style".
Big gaming companies like Sony have been struggling the last few years due to more affordable and sometimes free games available on smart phones and tablets.
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