A listing for exciting new unannounced games appeared on Play-Asia today for PlayStation Vita. Sony’s press conference is just hours away but it seems that retailers can’t wait to list the new projects before they are even announced. Play-Asia just posted a listing that reveals new Metal Gear Solid and Resident Evil games exclusive for the PlayStation Vita.
The page was first pointed out by NeoGaF forum users. The arrival of product listings for these games is a sure statement that these games will be revealed today by Sony. In other news today, it was revealed that the fabled creator of Metal Gear Solid series, Hideo Kojima is currently in LA for E3. It is pretty easy to guess that the star will make an appearance at the Sony E3 press conference to reveal some new surprises for the gamers.
There is currently no other information available on the project other than the price tags these carry. Earlier this week another product listing appeared for PlayStation Vita that informed us of possible Assassins Creed III and Ghost Recon games on Vita. Yesterday, it was confirmed by UbiSoft that Assassins Creed III: Liberation is being developed exclusively for the PlayStation Vita.
According to the French publisher, Assassins Creed III: Liberation is an extended story line of the third installment of the game. The game will not feature Connor, the protagonist of the console version of the game; instead it features a female Assassin which will have her own story line. According to the few details revealed by UbiSoft, Assassins Creed III: Liberation will take place in the same time frame and will stay true to the open world game formula of the original Assassin Creed games.
Assassin Creed III changes some core mechanics of traditional Assassins Creed games. Through its trailer it was revealed that players will be able to fight not only humans but wild animals too. The trailer allowed us a glimpse on what to expect from combat. According to the trailer, players will not only fight and kill in villages and towns, but the game will also take them to wild forests with all sort of wild animals.