Petition Closed

Increase the variety of games on the PlayStation Vita and add more first-party titles.

This petition had 720 supporters

Recently, Sony has mentioned that the Vita will be getting fewer first-party titles. The PS Vita, is an incredible system with amazing hardware, but with the lack of variety in games it has become increasingly difficult to support it.

Sony, our graphic fidelity has not gone up, we are still appreciative of PS3-like quality. The problem is not graphics, it is the games. Many of us understand that there are those that love indies and JRPG’s, but the Vita’s audience does not consist of only indies and JRPG players. Don't get me wrong, I love playing P4G and Limbo on my Vita but I am also interested in other types of games.

There are many players that enjoy exclusive AAA games and we would like to see more of it on the Vita. We want more first-party titles (not less) in combination with third-party titles and indies. We are asking for more variety in games from developers/publishers like Rockstar, 2K, Sucker Punch, Naughty Dog...etc. There is a demand for games such as; an exclusive GTA, Call of Duty (with support from devs), Infamous, Gran Turismo...etc that are either ported or created specifically for the system. Please Sony, do not not lower the amount of first-party titles to the Vita, if anything, lower the price of memory cards.

Sony, games such as Killzone Mercenary, Tearaway, Persona 4 Golden, and Uncharted: Golden Abyss has received much praise in the community. Why? For the reason that they provided console-like experiences on a handheld and are more than “10-15 minutes.”  The PS Vita is more than capable of handling Ps3-like games, so why not go for it?

Here’s your chance to let your opinions be heard. Let them know, we, as PS Vita owners, are not happy with Sony’s latest decisions for the Vita.




Today: Keri is counting on you

Keri M needs your help with “Activision: Increase the variety of games on the PlayStation Vita and add more first-party titles.”. Join Keri and 719 supporters today.