Persona 4 Golden is scheduled for release in North America in November 2012 by NIS America, but the company has announced that Europe won’t see the game until 2013. Developed by Atlus, Persona 4 Golden is already available in Japan, but NIS America has announced at the Tokyo Game Show that it will be brining the game to Europe.
Sony has revealed at the Tokyo Game Show that it’s Reader app will be coming to the PS Vita. The application, available on other devices include Sony’s eBook devices and Android Tablets, will have a Vita specific version allowing users to view ePub and PDF files on their device.
Tecmo have announced Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus 2 for PlayStation Vita at the Tokyo Game Show 2012. Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus was one of the Vita’s launch titles, so fans will be happy to see the sequel making an appearance on the portable console too. Not a lot of details about the game have been revealed, but it’s expected that the game will be an enhanced version of the console version released in 2009.
At Sony’s Press Conference at the Tokyo Games Show, earlier today, the company revealed that an all-new comic reader will be heading to the PS Vita this October in Japan. Although details are scarce, the Comic Reader app will be similar to the one released on the PSP back in December 2009.
At the Tokyo Game Show earlier today, Sony revealed two new PS Vita colours, coming to Japan this November. The PS Vita will be available in “Cosmic Red” and “Sapphire Blue” , and will go on sale from November 15th 2012.
Monster hunting co-op game Soul Sacrifice for the PS Vita has been delayed. Keiji Inafune made the announcement at the Tokyo Game Show before revealing a new trailer for the game. The game will be delayed in Japan until 2013, meaning the Western release will also be pushed back.
Sony has revealed that PlayStation Plus will be extending to the PS Vita this November, although a exact release date has not been revealed. Better still is that existing Plus subscribers won’t have to pay extra to extend the benefits onto their PS Vita. Plus on the PS Vita will offer the same benefits as on the PS3, including Instant Game Collection, discounts and more.
With the Tokyo Games Show just around the corner, Sony has revealed its line up of demos and playable games at the event. The PS Vita is again getting a big push from the company, with titles like Soul Sacrifice, PlayStation All Stars Battle Royal and Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation leading the way.
As part of a Q&A session, Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Hiroshi Kawano revealed to Japanese magazine Famitsu that TGS will focus more on the PlayStation Vita. Kawano promises some major game reveals for the PS Vita at TGS in September.