New Little King's Story arriving October 2 on the Vita - destructoid

New Little King's Story arriving October 2 on the Vita

4:45 PM on 09.12.2012

Konami has announced that New Little King's Story will be available to PlayStation Vita owners starting on October 2 in North and South America. The game will feature a brand new storyline, downloadable content, item combining co-op play, and leaderboards. It will also take advantage of Vita touch functionality, with front and rear touch pad support.

Check out the trailer, and the gallery full of screens to see how the game is looking on the Vita. So who here is looking forward to New Little King's Story?

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