This is not a full list but here are the titles have been confirmed for Playstation Vita however, no specific release date have been given for any title. I also heard that over 80 developer are currently working on PS Vita games and here are some major games you’ll be playing on the 5-inch OLED with quad-core portable gaming device.
As promised, here’s some of the latest Tokyo Game Show footage from PS Vita games in development and available on or soon after launch. This certainly looks like a next-gen portable device to me, and I’m a lot more excited about getting my hands on a PS Vita than I was about the 3DS if I’m being honest.
The first PS Vita game on tab is a game called Badland where you face a number of obstacles at different times of the day in the woods. The game is also available for PS4 and PS3 gamers.
What we haven’t really seen much until now is what the PS Vita physical game cards (NVG cards) and game cases look like. That all changed yesterday when a bunch of those games got mounted in a display case for all attendees to see, and Joystiq was kind enough to take some photos.