E3 2012: Vita getting new games, bundle

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In addition to PlayStation all stars, it looks like the Vita’s soon going to be home to a few AAA titles as well.

Jack Tretton was proud to announce Call of Duty: Black Ops declassified, the first AAA first person shooter for Sony’s new handheld (Resistance: Burning Skies didn’t count).

Also announced was Assassin’s Creed Liberation for the vita, which we’ve covered already. Liberation will be Open world, feature touch controls, near functionality, and allow transfer of  cross goods between console version.

It’ll be available in a bundle with a sexy crystal white Vita, accompanied with a 4gb memory card – for what you’d pay for a vita right now. It’s coming in October.

Last Updated: June 5, 2012

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