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Vita TV will support more than 100 PS Vita retail games at launch

Danny Cowan , @db_cowan
09.09.13
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Sony has released a preliminary compatibility list for its upcoming PlayStation Vita TV hardware, revealing the first round of Japanese retail software joining the platform's estimated 1,300-game lineup.

Sony announced that Vita standouts like Persona 4: Golden, Soul Sacrifice and Lumines: Electronic Symphony will be supported at Vita TV's launch. Upcoming releases like Dangan-Ronpa 1-2 Reload, God Eater 2, and Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster are also compatible with Sony's DualShock 3-controlled console.

Many games that require use of the Vita's dual touchscreens are notably absent from the list, however, including Gravity Rush, Uncharted: Golden Abyss, and Virtue's Last Reward. While software updates could potentially add Vita TV compatibility to games that aren't currently listed, touchscreen-reliant games like DJMax Technika Tune are not likely to make the cut.

The PlayStation Vita TV will launch in Japan on November 14.

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