[PS VITA] What Games And Accessories You Will Be Able To Buy At The February US Launch

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The playstation Vita has just been released in Japan, and its selling well. Soon its the US’s turn to get the Vita, but which games will be released with it? Sony has announced on their  PlayStation.Blog, that the games will cost between $9.99-$49.99. Some of them will only be available on PSN, but if i got it right almost all titles will be available on the playstation store.
Staggering 25 games will launch with the system on February 22, which is more than the Nintendo 3DS had at launch. Also check out this First Edition Bundle which will include some goodies. Here is a full list of all games and accessories you will be able to buy.

First-party titles (Available 2/15/2012):
·         Escape Plan (PSN Only)
·         Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
·         Hustle Kings (PSN Only)
·         Little Deviants
·         ModNation Racers: Road Trip
·         Super StarDust Delta (PSN only)
·         Uncharted: Golden Abyss
·         Wipeout 2048
Third-party launch titles (Available 2/22/2012):
·         Army Corps of Hell (Square Enix, Inc.)
·         Asphalt Injection (Ubisoft, Inc.)
·         Ben10 Galactic Racing (D3 Publisher of America)
·         Blazblue: Continuum Shift Extend (Aksys Games Localization, Inc.)
·         Dungeon Hunter Alliance (Ubisoft, Inc.)
·         Dynasty Warriors Next (Tecmo Koei America Corporation)
·         F1 2011 (Codemasters)
·         EA Sports FIFA Soccer (Electronic Arts, Inc.)
·         Lumines Electronic Symphony (Ubisoft, Inc.)
·         Michael Jackson The Experience (Ubisoft, Inc.)
·         Plants vs. Zombies (PSN Only, Sony Online Entertainment LLC)
·         Rayman Origins (Ubisoft, Inc.)
·         Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen (Namco Bandai Games America Inc.)
·         Tales of Space: Mutant Blobs (PSN Only, Drinkbox Studios)
·         Touch My Katamari (Namco Bandai Games America Inc.)
·         Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 (Capcom Entertainment, Inc.)
·         Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition (Sega of America)
Third-party launch window* titles:
·         Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 (Warner Bros. Interactive Ent. Inc.)
·         Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention (NIS America, Inc.)
·         Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus (Tecmo Koei America Corporation)
·         Ridge Racer (Namco Bandai Games America Inc.)
·         Silent Hill Book of Memories (Konami Digital Ent. America, Inc.)
·         Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted (505 Games)
·         4GB memory card (February 15, 2012, $19.99)
·         8GB memory card (February 15, 2012, $29.99)
·         16GB memory card (February 15, 2012, $59.99
·         32GB memory card (February 15, 2012, $99.99)
·         Starter kit with memory card (February 15, 2012, $39.99)
·         In-ear headset (February 15, 2012, $19.99)
·         Carrying case (February 15, 2012, $19.99)
·         Travel pouch (February 15, 2012, $19.99)
·         Protective film (two-pack) (February 15, 2012, $9.99)
·         Card case (February 15, 2012, $5.99)
·         Cradle (February 15, 2012, $19.99)
·         Portable charger (Spring 2012, $49.99)
·         AC adapter (February 15, 2012, $14.99)
·         Car adapter (Spring 2012, $14.99)
·         USB cable (February 15, 2012, $14.99)

*Sony has not said exactly what “launch window” means, typically it’s within a few months of the system’s release.

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