Limbo, Divekick, and more headed to PlayStation Vita - destructoid

Limbo, Divekick, and more headed to PlayStation Vita

9:45 PM on 03.25.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

A look ahead at PlayStation Network


Sony wasted no time in making announcements during GDC 2013 week. We already heard about Spelunky's summer debut for PlayStation 3 and Vita, as well as Blacklight: Retribution and Primal Carnage: Genesis for PS4, but the company has a full list reiterating what's ahead for PSN:

  • Rain – PS3
  • Divekick – PS3 and PS Vita
  • Velocity Ultra – PS Vita
  • Limbo – PS Vita
  • Metrico – PS Vita
  • Sportsfriends – PS3
  • Ibb & Obb – PS3
  • Guacamelee! – PS3 and PS Vita
  • Hotline Miami – PS3 and PS Vita
  • Dragon Fantasy Book II – PS3 and PS Vita
  • Thomas Was Alone – PS3 and PS Vita
  • Luftrausers – PS3 and PS Vita
  • Friend Network App – PS Vita
  • A Virus Named Tom – PlayStation Mobile
  • Beatdown in Treachery City – PlayStation Mobile
  • Crumble – PlayStation Mobile
  • Crystallon – PlayStation Mobile
  • Don’t Wake the Bear – PlayStation Mobile
  • Hermit Crab in Space! – PlayStation Mobile
  • Oh, Deer! – PlayStation Mobile
  • Rymndkapsel – PlayStation Mobile
  • Ten By Eight – PlayStation Mobile

Metrico is new, and according to Dale, it's got something to do with a dude jumping through charts and graphs. Hmm. Great indie support in here for sure, and I quite like how you don't need to own both a Vita and a PS3 to play most of the games on this list.




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