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Ubisoft Ships Five Games For The US Launch Of PlayStation Vita System

Ubisoft Ships Five Games For The US Launch Of PlayStation Vita System

by Luis MendezFebruary 14, 2012

In support of the PlayStation Vita launch, Ubisoft shipped five games today for the handheld. Titles include many classic franchises such as Rayman: Origins, Dungeon Hunter Alliance, Lumines Electronic Symphony, Asphalt: Injection, and Michael Jackson The Experience. All of the games made sure to take advantage of the new controls introduced to the Vita such as gyroscope controls and touch controls.

One of the most popular game franchises of all time, Rayman came back for the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii not too long ago and now it’s making it’s debut in the next generation of portable gaming the PS Vita. Rayman: Origins includes over 60 levels, 100 new characters, and 6 new worlds to explore. Find secret levels and passages, lay the smack down on your enemies, collect lums, and zoom in on the action of Rayman’s new revamped High Defenition look with the Vita’s multi-touch controls. You can play as Rayman, Globox, or the Teensies in it’s rich solo campaign. If competition is more your game, race against your friends (or rivals) in Ghost Mode, where players compete to finish levels in the fastest time possible.

What’s that I hear? A new Lumines title to mesmerize you anywhere you go? Lumines Electronic Symphony is the first new Lumines title in over five years. By combining addictive block-dropping action, an all-new 3D graphics engine, and some of the staples of electronic music Electronic Symphony looks to entrance and amaze.

Continuing on with the music genre, Michael Jackson The Experience looks to create the most realistic dancing experience possible on a portable device. Follow the King of Pop through 15 magical journeys inspired by his music videos and short films with crisp HD graphics and sound.

The first action RPG to hit the Vita will be Dungeon Hunter Alliance (and rightfully so). Immerse yourself in an enchanting online multiplayer experience. Cast spells, switch weapons, and zoom in on the action with the new rear touch panel controls. The world of Gothicus includes hoards of evil creatures you can fight in main single player campaign or side quests. Bring friends, form teams of up to four heroes and let the hunting begin.

Asphalt: Injection the classic arcade title, made sure to take full advantage of the PS Vita’s controls. With the new dual analog sticks, gyroscope, and touch panel controls, you can make your way up the ranks in over 100 races and 10 different types of events in exotic locations, from Shanghai to Monte Carlo.

Ubisoft pushed out launch titles to make sure they hit almost every kind of gamer. From classic 2D sidescrolling action, action RPG’s, Racing, and Music titles. The launch titles for the Vita seem to be getting better as we get closer it’s release. Hopefully the titles only keep getting better with the Vita’s age.

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  • Amee

    Great developers behind this

  • Naini

    The PS3 and 360 versions of the Michael Jackson sport search a lot more “live” than the Wii version. There seems to be a much more serious concentrate on reside motion and stage arenas, although the Wii edition appears limited. They set a lot more effort into advancement for PS3/360 than the Wii. It really seems like a true new music video or stage performance on PS3/360, but not on Wii. Why did they make it a lot more superior for these 2 systems?

  • Sierra Johnson

    My pal is a reaaallly massive michael jackson fan and her birthday is comming up. she by now has all the cd’s, so what must i get her reguarding michael jackson?
    thanks ♥♥

  • Dr Hank

    so, the wieredest thing EVER has happened to me , i have 2 psn accounts one american and the other is UAE (i live in the middle east) , and i bought a vita and linked it with my american account but then i restored it and linked it with my UAE account and :
    1- prices on UAE account is WAY cheaper
    2- i opened my download list and found out that i have asphalt injection and i didnt even buy it WTF??
    would somebody help me explain pleeeaasse?

  • slipknot0129

    My husband had a high pressure injection injury, filling his hand and forearm with asphalt aluminum paint. He has had 7 debridment surgeries, a surgery to relieve the pressure that formed in his hand after a week, amputation surgery on his pinky and part of his hand, skin graph to his forearm(not enough skin to cover wound), an intrinsic release surgery to all 3 fingers, and three weeks ago started reconstruction by placing tissue expanders in his forearm. He had extreme pain for the first week along with blisters and vomiting. At 2 weeks had follow up with doctor to add saline solution to the implants. Start to fill and previous incision split open and notice, incisions and had not healed completley, the implants were leaking. So his arm was bandaged and he was sent home. The following week another surgery (#10)to remove implants and replace with new ones. Morphin,demorol,percocets, cause vomiting . hydrocodone is not working and diludid only works for 2 hours.

  • Xavier Hawthorne

    My husband had a high pressure injection injury, to his right palm. His hand and forearm filled with asphalt aluminum paint. He has had several surgeries, his latest being reconsturction. He has tissue expanders in his forearm. The first 2 put in leaked, and has been removed and replaced at three weeks after the first 2. Morphine, Demerol, and percocets make him sick. Dilidud help but only for 2 hours, Hydrocodone doesn’t touch the pain. Can anyone help me to know what to ask the doctor for?