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Vice City, Monster Hunter, listed for Vita (Update)

9:00 AM on 03.07.2012 // Jim Sterling
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[Update: Apparently the listing story was an hilarious fake set up for the semi-annual, "lol game journalists will believe things sometimes" prank. Oh ho, you got us all with your plausible scenario that we found plausible. Seriously though, good joke guys.

I should also point out that, instead of checking facts, I was drawing an MS Paint picture of Nick Cave. So I do accept full responsibility for this journalistic failure.]

Online UK retailer Play.com has thrown up listings for some promising new PlayStation Vita titles, naming Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Nights and Monster Hunter Portable 3. The site has also spilled the beans on Final Fantasy Type-0 HD and a Western release of Tales of Innocence R

None of these games have been confirmed, but they all seem like very obvious choices, and the kind of thing each respective publisher would put on the Vita. 

Unsurprisingly, the listings for most of these titles are gone, but the Monster Hunter page is still very much active.

I'll definitely take some more handheld GTA, thanks!

Play.com leaks Vita games [Eurogamer]


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