The 10 AAA Game Franchises That Need to Come to PS Vita

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So we've discussed why you should totally keep your PS Vita. Now let's talk about something different entirely. Sony's support of the handheld has been lackluster of late, and the platform would really benefit from a few key titles arriving. To go along with Farrel's list, here are my picks for games that realistically could work on the PS Vita. From shooters to strategy games, these series totally should make the jump to Sony's handheld.

Published Mar. 27th 2015
  • Farrel Nobel
    Correspondent
    Nice list, most of the titles would do great on the vita. Though, I feel Splinter Cell would just be another hype up dissapointment. The Vita is powerful, I admit it but I don't think it's good enough for a solid Splinter Cell game.

    Not that I'm hating on splinter cell or anything, I like the splinter cell games but the stealth games that are on Vita (like counter spy and stealth inc.) are all 2d, and that's what the Vita's best at in regards to stealth games. Perhaps Mark of the Ninja would be a better choice for the Vita.
  • Elijah Beahm
    Featured Columnist
    It depends, because as I mentioned, Killzone: Mercenary showed that a lot of devs -could- make solid 3D games for both shooting and stealth on the Vita. The question is if Ubisoft would put in the effort.

    Mark of the Ninja would definitely work, TBH I'm surprised it wasn't courted as a port around the Vita's launch.
  • Farrel Nobel
    Correspondent
    Yeah, Mark of the Ninja would've been awesome for the Vita. well, there should be an AC spin off from ubisoft soon with AC Victory coming out

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