PlayStation Vita launch lineup detailed

The PlayStation Vita is already available in Japan, and the official details regarding its launch in the West have now been confirmed. The official PlayStation blog announced the full line-up of launch date and launch window titles, along with pricing and availability information for accessories.

The following lists include titles set to launch alongside the PS Vita hardware on February 22, and those that are too soon follow. Sony confirms that all titles available at retail will also be purchasable via the PSN, and prices will range from $10 to $50.

Launch day titles (25 titles)

  • Army Corps of Hell – Square Enix
  • Asphalt Injection - Ubisoft
  • Ben10 Galactic Racing -D3
  • Blazblue: Continuum Shift Extend - Aksys Games Localization
  • Dungeon Hunter Alliance - Ubisoft
  • Escape Plan (PSN Only) – SCEA
  • Dynasty Warriors Next - Tecmo Koei
  • F1 2011 - Codemasters
  • FIFA Soccer – EA
  • Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational – SCEA
  • Hustle Kings (PSN Only) – SCEA
  • Little Deviants – SCEA
  • Lumines Electronic Symphony - Ubisoft
  • Michael Jackson The Experience - Ubisoft
  • ModNation Racers: Road Trip – SCEA
  • Plants vs. Zombies (PSN Only) - Sony Online Entertainment
  • Rayman Origins - Ubisof
  • Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen - Namco Bandai
  • Super StarDust Delta (PSN only) – SCEA
  • Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only) - Drinkbox Studios
  • Touch My Katamari - Namco Bandai
  • Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 - Capcom
  • Uncharted: Golden Abyss – SCEA
  • Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition - Sega
  • wipEout 2048 – SCEA

Launch window titles

  • Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention – NIS
  • Gravity Rush – SCEA
  • LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 – Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • MLB 12 The Show – SCEA
  • Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus – Tecmo Koei
  • Reality Fighters – SCEA
  • Ridge Racer – Namco Bandai
  • Silent Hill Book of Memories – Konami
  • Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted – 505 Games
  • Unit 13 – SCEA

The Japanese pricing for PS Vita memory cards resulted in some outcry when revealed, and while the North American pricing is a little better, prices are still high with the cheapest (4GB) option going for $20. Other options include 8GB ($30), 16GB ($60), and 32GB ($100). A myriad of other accessories will be available at or around launch.

Source: PlayStation blog