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Ubisoft bringing Assassin's Creed and more to PS Vita


12:24 PM on 08.16.2011
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Ubisoft is hopping on the PlayStation Vita train with some nice support, announcing that six titles are in development for the handheld.

The publisher revealed today that it's working on new intellectual properties, as well as new iterations of existing ones. Those franchises and games include Assassin's Creed, Asphalt, Dungeon Hunter Alliance, Michael Jackson the Experience, Rayman Origins, and… Lumines! (Note: The PSPgo failed due to the lack of playable Lumines; this is fact.)

Dungeon Hunter Alliance and Asphalt will be at gamescom this week.

Ubisoft bringing Assassin's Creed and more to PS Vita photo
Ubisoft bringing Assassin's Creed and more to PS Vita photo
Ubisoft bringing Assassin's Creed and more to PS Vita photo





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