Ubisoft is just one of the third party publishers supporting the launch of Sony’s PlayStation Vita. Assassin’s Creed is one of the biggest titles to be heading to the handheld. Ubisoft also announced Rayman, Lumines, Dungeon Hunter Alliance and Michael Jackson: The Experience. The PlayStation Vita is Sony’s new handheld and the spiritual successor to the PSP. No launch date or price has been announced yet, but surely it has to slip somewhere in between the new PS3 price of $249 and the recent PSP price cut to €99. Publishers: Ubisoft Events: Gamescom 2011
The spiritual successor to Rez will be swooping onto PS3 and Xbox 360 on 14 June. This is the US release date, so Europe can probably expect to get the game around 17 June. Published by Ubisoft and created by Tetsuya Miziguchi, this on rails psychadelic shooter will be available on Move and Kinect and could be the first game to really show off controller free gaming to full effect. The game will also work with a normal controller, but where’s the fun in that? Check out the Child of Eden trailer here Publishers: Ubisoft Platforms: Xbox 360
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