PlayStation Vita, the most powerful handheld console, is set to get some big title, in the coming days. The console maker is working really hard to make sure PS Vita owners gets right title (even in the form of Inde games). Sony has recently announced Soul Sacrifice for PS Vita, which is not Monster Hunter by all means, but made consumers busy for few hours. This year Sony promised at least 10O new games for its cherished consoles. With the coming of PlayStation 4 this fall, and its integration with Vita, clearly shows that Sony's affection towards PlayStation Vita.
Get ready to explore a brand new title for PS Vita soon. Shahid Kamal Ahmad, Sony's Senior Business Development Manager, recently tweeted that soon a big title is coming to PS Vita.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote"><p>Oh and there is an AMAZING big title coming to Vita. I can’t tell you anything about it, except that you are gonna be hooked for hours.</p>— Shahid Kamal Ahmad (@shahidkamal) <a href="https://twitter.com/shahidkamal/status/332633683267813377">May 9, 2013</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
He [Shahid Kamal Ahmad] was tight lipped, and didn't wish to speak more. The reveal is nearby or one has to wait for E3 gaming conference to get know about this mysterious game. In reference to Sony's big reveal, the company could announce Gran Turismo 6 for PS Vita on May 15. Polyphony Digital and Sony have come together to celebrate 15 years of Gran Turismo series. For that, a special event would take place at Silverstone Circuit, U.K.
Here's an excerpt from the PlayStation Blog
"The event will be a celebration of all that Gran Turismo has come to represent to a community of millions all over the world, and will involve many of the car manufacturers who have been part of that incredible 15 year journey. At the event, Kazunori Yamauchi will also be making some exciting announcements about the future of the brand."
Monster Hunter, which changed the fortunes of PSP in Japan, is not coming to PS Vita any time soon. Capcom, the publisher is reportedly is not interested to bring new Monster Hunter game for Sony's little handheld console.
"Sorry, we've no plans for PSVITA Monster Hunter at the moment ", said the company
Activision, the lead powerhouse has recently announced Call of Duty: Ghosts for leading platforms currently available, but the PS Vita version was not announced. People familiar with the matter says that Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified failure made Activision decides not to bring Ghosts on PS Vita. Stay tuned to GizBot.