Well vapourware then?
Ken Levine loves the Vita and he came on stage at E3 2012 and announced support for the system. But after that we haven’t heard a lot about the game.
It still hasn’t started development, according to him, and Sony and the respective IP holders still have to negotiate a deal. In other words, Sony needs to pay.
We know Vita is floundering worldwide when it comes to sales, and such a game can really give a boost to the system, but it’s up to Sony to ensure that games like these are made.
“I’ve got my fingers crossed that that’s going to happen because it’s something I want to do but until somebody starts signing the cheques, there’s nothing I can do,” he said during an IGN podcast.
The game comes out in March and is something a lot of people are excited for. You can check out our complete coverage of the game here.
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