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Vita is just getting started, The Walking Dead: 400 Days bundle announced

Tuesday, 11th June 2013 02:25 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Vita is just beginning its lifecycle, said Sony’s Jack Tretton just before he said The Walking Dead: 400 Days would be heading to Vita.

According to Tretton, Vita will only get stronger in 2013 with 85 titles launching by the end of the year, including Batman: Arkhamm Origins, Destiny of Sprits, Killzone Mercenary, Tearaway, and some remasters: God of War HD 1& 2, Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2, Flower, and Dead Nation. The handheld is becoming a “great companion app” to PS3.

More than 85 additional titles are slated to launch for the PS Vita system by the end of 2013, expanding the current library of more than 125 PS Vita-dedicated games and more than 400 classic titles from the PSP and PS one Classics catalogs.

The Walking Dead 400 Days will be released in a bundle. The Walking Dead: 400 Days is a new chapter also available as DLC for PS3 owners in the series chronicling the first 400 Days after the outbreak through the eyes of five all-new characters.

This special episode will allow you to choose a character and play through each of their stories in any order, which are all centered around a truck stop on a Georgia highway.

Some decisions you may have made in Season One will affect moments of 400 Days, and your decisions in 400 Days will echo into future installments of the series.

The bundle is coming to North America, and will include a 3G/WiFi PS Vita, the complete first season of The Walking Dead game series including 400 Days and bonus content.

Those who already own a Vita, all six episodes both digitally and as a complete full season at stores will be released for the console.

Two different control styles will be used with the Vita version: the analog sticks and face buttons, or Vita’s touch controls.

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4 Comments

  1. Francis O

    I wish the best for Vita, but Pokemon X and Y just might kill the Vita for good.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. woe

    Its going to take lot more than indie games and watered down ports to save the Vita.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Pytox

    maybe to use gamescom to showcase vita

    #3 1 year ago
  4. JGMR

    More (3rd party) titles will be shown on the floor…

    #4 1 year ago

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