Even After an Insignificant Showing, Vita’s Price Not Budging Anytime Soon
Of the many things considered a certainty going into Sony’s E3 media briefing on Monday night, “lots of Vita games” was fairly high up many people’s lists. Instead, Vita ended up feeling like an afterthought. However you may want to interpret that, and Sony does have an explanation it’s been offering for the rationale behind the insignificant showing, the one thing it is definitely not leading to is a price cut on the hardware.
Aside from providing a name of the Call of Duty game coming later this year (Black Ops Declassified), the only attention Vita received during the showcase was in the form of demonstrations of Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation and PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale (which is also for PS3). No other new games were announced and no word on new system features were revealed. Afterward, SCEA president Jack Tretton tried to play up the number of games already available on Vita and the number of games coming this year.
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