It's no secret that one of the appeals of Sony's latest handheld is the fact that you can play games from previous generations on the PS Vita. There are HUNDREDS of titles from the PSP and PS1 that you can play on the go. But one thing that's missing are the PS2 games.
Yes, they probably take much more time to be optimized for the Vita but Vita owners want to play those games! At least, the popular ones.
These are the PS2 games that we'd like to see on the Vita in the future.
This hardcore hack & slash would be absolutely perfect for the Vita. Okay, this game might send a couple of handhelds hurling across a room but a trilogy or special edition of the game would benefit the Vita's game library in terms of PS2 reboots and remasters.
Given the Vita's graphical capabilities in high-end games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, the Vita should be able to handle DMC games with ease.
Aside from providing my desktop wallpaper with countless amazing watercolor backgrounds, Okami was a gem on the PlayStation 2.
This is one game that I personally would like to play on the handheld. The touch screen controls and rear touch pad could give out to some interesting gameplay mechanics. It helps that the game looks fantastic. It's a watercolor world that has a very distinct Japnese painting style.
Come on, the Kingdom Hearts franchise has made it's way a number of consoles already, including the 3DS! A remake or a spin-off of the series (which Square Enix has done quiet a lot) for the Vita would do wonders for the handheld. PSP's Birth By Sleep was a decent attempt but I (and many other gamers, I assume) felt that it wasn't good enough. The graphics just were not there yet on the PSP.
The Vita is ready and it's just begging for a quality action-rpg like Kingdom Hearts.
One can only hope for a deep and engaging action RPG that's complete with weapon customization, your very own plot of land, and a fun iteration of mini-golf would come to Sony's handheld.
Perhaps a Dark Cloud 2 HD? That would definitely be something I would buy and I'm sure other gamers agree.
Anyone remember this awesome title from Rockstar games? It's arguably better than GTA according to some fans.
There was plenty to do as a new student in Bullworth. Carnivals to go to, girls to date, nerds to help, Jocks to annoy, teachers to prank, classes to attend, and kung fu to learn from a homeless dude living near the school.
Ah, good times, good times.