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Friday, 02 March 2012 09:16

Sony to announce next wave of Vita titles

Written by David Stellmack



On March 9th for those that are interested


Sony has confirmed that it will be making an announcement on March 9th of what the next wave of PlayStation Vita titles is going to look like. While sales of the Vita have crossed the one mark of million units sold, Sony apparently thinks that letting you know that more software is on the way will help sales. (It certainly will not hurt sales at this point.)

The announcement from Sony will come via a WebCast where the company plans to announce both games and services that will be upcoming for the Vita platform.

The latest we are hearing indicates a few surprises in the title announcements for the Vita, with several more developers jumping in to develop titles for the system. We will have to wait till March 9th to see whether or not Sony really has anything cooking.



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