The neat, stylish, slightly problematic Vita launch game Escape Plan is coming to PS4 this week. I certainly wasn't escape planning for that. It will be crossbuy, so if you own the original, you can fool around with it on PS4 for no extra charge. I'm rather curious how the game, which purely makes use of the Vita's extraneous functions (front and rear touch, etc), will handle on PS4. Will it (esc)ape these input methods on the DS4, or use traditional controls?
Two PS3 titles are also making their way to Vita this week. Pretty, grind heavy Rainbow Moon might just work better on a handheld than a console. Meanwhile, the super zany, recently released Stick It to the Man!, which reviewer Ian Bonds loved, is coming to Vita as well.
Tiny Brains is coming to PS4 if you need a fun couch co-op title. You can use the Vita as a controller to account for your presumed lack of four DualShock 4s. December 6 is Gran Turismo 6 day, of course.
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