The Vita is looking to have a very good launch line up. In this post I will break down all of the possible launch titles for Sony's next portable.
This seems to be a pretty run of the mill platformer. The reason I am even moderately excited for this game is that everyone who has played it doesn't have anything bad to say about it. Along with a cute but familiar art style, this game has a level editor that is said to be both fun and easy to use.
This is basically a touch based pool sim. While I like the idea of smaller touch based games on the Vita, I just can't get excited about a game that I played on my PC in 1998. Especially if they are going to charge full price.
I love twin stick shooters, and Super StarDust HD is one of my favorites. Super StarDust Delta should end up being a great game. My only worry is that they will charge for this as if it were a full game. As long as this one stays under 15 dollars, I will be very happy with it.
Reality Fighters is a game where you take your picture, put it on your fighter, and have fights with other people's fighters in whatever real world environment your Vita is pointing at. The problem is that everything that has been shown of the game has been relating to the virtual reality tech, and not the actual fighting. I personally think that this will turn out to be a mediocre fighter with a dumb gimmick.
My favorite racing game has to be WipEout HD. I love the fast paced frantic action and the brilliant color that is a big part of every race. WipEout 2048 is the sequel to an awesome game, and that's enough for me to get very excited.
Little Deviants is just a mini game collection, made with the purpose of showing off the cool stuff that the Vita can do, such as the game where you make hills in the environment by using the touch screen on the back of the device. This is a tech demo that probably won't be worth your while.
This is easily my most anticipated Vita title. If this game makes the Vita launch, than I will consider buying one on day one. (Something I have never done before)
Uncharted has one of the best stories of any game ever made. Golden Abyss will serve as a prequel. There really isn't anything else that needs to be said. This game will be great.
If all of these games end up making the Vita's launch line up, it could possibly be the best launch of all time. Only time will tell, but for once, I'm actually keeping my hopes up.