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New Lumines and other games confirmed for PS Vita


1:15 PM on 09.07.2011
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Following the info dump from Famitsu about the analog nub cradle for 3DS, the publication has listed more games coming to PlayStation Vita in Japan. With Tokyo Game Show less than two weeks away, we'll be hearing more about these titles soon enough.

  • Lumines: Electronic Symphony
  • Rayman Origins
  • Michael Jackson The Experience HD
  • Dark Quest
  • Sumioni
  • Dream Club Zero Portable
  • Moe Moe Daisensou
  • Ragnarok Odyssey

Eff yeah, Lumines! Obligatory, but still lovely to hear confirmed with an official name and everything. There have been rumblings that approximately 40 Vita games will be shown at TGS, so prepare to be overwhelmed.

A Handful of New PS Vita Games Leak Out [Kotaku]






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