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Our 3 Most Highly Anticipated PS Vita Sequels

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The Playstation Vita is one of the most exciting handhelds to hit the market since the original DS reared its head: in fact, it’s so brilliant you’d almost forgive Sony for the PSP! Since its launch the handheld console has seen a raft of brand new games, but if you ask us the Vita’s most exciting games are its sequels and re-releases. Here are just a couple to look out for:

Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation
The tie in to one of this year’s few remaining big name game launches, Assassin’s Creed III:
Liberation will feature the franchise’s first female assassin and will also be the first to take a neutral
stand-point to the Templar/Assassin conflict. Run on the same game engine as Assassin’s Creed III,
this is one Vita title that is sure to be as visually stunning as it is fun to play.

LittleBigPlanet
As one of the Playstation 3’s biggest exclusive titles, LittleBigPlanet received huge commercial and
critical success and rightly so: this game marks the series’ first foray on the Vita. The game will follow
a very similar formula to all the titles that came before it, so why is it so exciting? It’s physics based
gameplay with a touch screen and cross-platform capability: what more do you need to know?

Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee
Okay, it might not technically be a sequel, but the Oddworld games are certified crowd-pleasers
and this remake of 2001’s Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee is sure to be no exception. With enhanced
visuals, more detailed character models, remastered audio, plenty of fun bonus material, this new
treatment of this gaming classic is sure to be just as addictive on the PS Vita as it was on the Xbox.

If you’re as hyped-up as I am about these games, you can grab a PS Vita from Tesco from just £198.

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