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Speaking to thousands of press and observers at Sony’s E3 press conference, PlayStation CEO and President Jack Tretton spoke fondly of the Vita’s future. One major reason for his enthusiasm: 60 new games will arrive for the Vita in 2012, which the device sorely needs.
Those wanting more games might find the upcoming availability of PlayStation 1 games for Vita appealing, including major hits like Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy.
Tretton also revealed that we should expect Hulu Plus and Crackle on the Vita “soon,” and couldn’t seem to resist confirming that Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified for the Vita comes this “holiday season.” The slasher Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation also arrives on Vita in October, along with a special white Vita bundle with the game on October 30.
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Crave: gorgeous gadgets and other crushworthy stuff. – CNET