As the rumors leading up to E3 2011 suggested, Sony decided to side with the PlayStation Vita name for the device previously dubbed NGP. The handheld was a large focus during the company’s press conference, and for good reason.
It had a solid showing, with a number of big-name Vita games discussed, and a lovely $249/$299 price point disclosed. In general, the event went rather smoothly, I thought. Next time, boys, be sure to start on time. Think of poor Nick Chester.
E3 New Game Announcements:
God of War Origins Collection brings PSP games to PS3
E3: PS Move title Medieval Moves: Dead Man’s Quest shown
E3: Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time announced, coming 2012
E3: Irrational bringing BioShock to NGP
E3: Draw tracks with your finger in ModNation Racers NGP
E3: InFAMOUS lead playable in Street Fighter X Tekken
E3: Sony press conference streams and liveblog
E3: Jack Tretton addresses PSN issues at start of show
E3: Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta dated
E3: CinemaNow coming to PlayStation 3
E3: ICO/SotC HD collection out in September in 3D!
E3: Sony pushes hard to get consumers invested in 3D
E3: LittleBigPlanet 2 gets better Move support
E3: Details trickle in on PS3 exclusive Dust 514
E3: BioShock Infinite getting PS Move support
E3: PS3 gets SSX, Need for Speed, Battlefield exclusives
E3: Move-outfitted Resistance 3 Doomsday Edition for $150
E3: Sony confirms PlayStation Vita, $249/299 pricetag
E3: Large number of third parties creating games for Vita
E3: PSP hits 70 million units sold worldwide
E3: NBA 2K12 includes PlayStation Move support