The PlayStation Store Starts Updating for the Vita

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SonyIt's a big day for the PlayStation Store. Sony's new handheld console, the PlayStation Vita, may not be generally available, but Vita games are now available through the PlayStation Store. There are token additions for the PlayStation 3 and PSP, but this week is really the Vita's. Read on for the full list of titles and details...
Asphalt Injection can be downloaded to the Vita for $27. This arcade-style racing game allows players to race through a career mode with around 100 races.


Blazblue: Continuum Shift Extend brings the Continuum Shift series to the Vita and can be downloaded to the new handheld for $35.

Dungeon Hunter: Alliance can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. This action-rich role-playing game supports multiplayer adventures for Vita owners.

The Epic Quest Zen Pinball table can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $2.50, mixing role-playing game–style advancement with pinball action.

Escape Plan can be downloaded to the Vita for $15, giving players control of the fates of Lil and Laarg using the Vita's various touch controls and motion sensor..

F1 2011 can be downloaded to the Vita for $40. This racing game includes official cars from the official Formula One series and allows players to race throughout an entire season and participate in Grand Prix races.

FIFA Soccer from Electronic Arts can be downloaded to the Vita for $40. This portable version of EA's soccer franchise lets Vita owners play soccer against the AI or other players online.

Grand Theft Auto IV can now be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $20, letting players explore this open-world crime spree with Niko Bellic.

Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom can be downloaded directly to the PSP for $25.

Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. This game in the long-running golf franchise allows players to use the Vita front- and rear-touch-screens to prepare shots and supports online tournament play.

The House of the Dead III can now be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $7, allowing PlayStation 3 owners to take shots at the undead, once again.

Lumines Electronic Symphony can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. This is the latest installment in a rhythm game franchise with gorgeous visuals and excellent music.

Michael Jackson: The Experience from Ubisoft can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. The game has players singing and dancing along to Michael Jackson's iconic songs, with movement in the style of Ubisoft's Just Dance games.

ModNation Racers: Road Trip for the Vita can be downloaded for $27. This portable version of Sony's customizable kart racing game allows players to create and share tracks.

Rayman Origins from Ubisoft can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. This is a four-player co-operative game featuring the long-running Rayman character that has Rayman, Globox and the Teensies battling the "nefurrious" Darktoons that have taken over the Glade of Dreams. Following Rayman's platforming roots, Rayman Origins allows all four players to cooperate in 2D platforming adventures.

Super Stardust Delta can be downloaded to the Vita for $10 and adds Vita-specific features to this shooter franchise.

The Super Stardust Delta Interstellar Bundle can be downloaded to the Vita for $15. This bundle includes Super Stardust and all four extra modes included in the Blast Pack.

Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 can be downloaded to the Vita for $40. This fighting game allows Vita owners to control fights between Marvel characters and classic Capcom fighters.

Uncharted: Golden Abyss is a new Nathan Drake adventure for the Vita that can be downloaded for $45. This latest Uncharted game has Drake searching Central America for a legendary lost city.

Virtua Tennis 4: World Tour Edition can be downloaded to the Vita for $40, and is a new portable version of the popular tennis franchise.

Wipeout 2048 is an antigravity-style racing game that can be downloaded to the Vita for $36. The game even supports Cross Play between Vita and PlayStation 3 players.

Worms Ultimate Mayhem can be downloaded to the PlayStation 3 for $15, giving PlayStation 3 owners yet another venue for turn-based annelid combat.

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