February 22nd, 2012, 00:31 Posted By: wraggster
Sony has finally revealed the prices for full PS Vita games on the PlayStation Store ahead of the handheld's launch tomorrow.
Of Sony's firstparty titles, Uncharted: Golden Abyss is the most expensive, at £39.99, just £5 less than its retail RRP. WipeOut 2048, Modnation Racers: Road Trip and Everybody's Golf will cost £29.99, while Little Deviants and Reality Fighters are priced at £19.99 apiece.
Thirdparty titles including Rayman Origins, Lumines: Electronic Symphony and Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus are priced at £29.99, while the likes of Touch My Katamari and Michael Jackson The Experience HD are available for a relatively modest £24.99.
Prospective Vita owners expecting digital prices to be significantly cheaper than retail are likely to be disappointed. EA and Codemasters are the biggest culprits, asking £44.99 for FIFA 12and F1 2011 respectively, but Capcom deserve a mention too. Not only does the publisher want £39.99 for Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3, but there's over £40 worth of day-one DLC as well.
As such, it appears those looking for bargains are best off looking at the more modestly priced download-only games. Motorstorm RClooks a steal at £4.79, as does Super Stardust Delta at £6.49.
There are demos, too, of Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Modnation Racers: Road Trip, Dynasty Warriors Next, Unit 13, WipeOut 2048,and FIFA. They, along with apps for Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Foursquare, will be free to download when the Store is updated at some point this evening.
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