E3 2012: Even more Vita titles leaked?

It seems as though a trio of AAA franchises – Medal of Honor, Resident Evil and Metal Gear Solid – could all be on the PlayStation Vita soon.

That’s according to various retail listings that have appeared over the last 24 hours at least. A Vita version of the upcoming Medal of Honor: Warfighter was seen on French website CD Discount. Resident Evil Portable was then listed on UK retailer Play.com for a relatively cheap £25. Finally, Play-Asia have a page for an untitled Metal Gear Solid on Sony‘s new portable.

All three seem perfectly plausible and it’s likely they will be unveiled at E3 either tonight or tomorrow. A quick look at Hideo Kojima’s twitter account tells us that he is in L.A. at the moment, so the genius behind MGS could well announce the new title at Sony‘s conference.

Along with the recent leak of Assassins Creed III: Liberation, the quality and content in all 4 of these games reinforces one thing – the Vita means business. We are looking at full console releases that require a significant amount of raw power behind them. Sony have been adamant all along that this system will be able to offer those experiences, and we’re now witnessing all that hyperbole coming to fruition.

Written by Raj Mahil

Raj Mahil

Journalism & Marketing student in London. Huge gaming fan and collector, with a slight fanboy bias towards PS. Life revolves around football/soccer (The Arsenal), but also love most other sport, especially the NBA and NHL.

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  • http://twitter.com/CanaryWorf Richard Hancock

    BUT THERE’S NO GAMES OUT FOR THE VITA!!!!! lol.

  • wv06

    is the play Asia listing not just the metal gear solid collection coming to vita?  How do we know its a new metal gear?

    • http://www.psnation.org/author/raj/ Raj S. M.

      Sorry, forgot to put in the article that this is NOT the HD collection. That has a separate listing on the site, and this one has “[tentative title]” written next to it, along with an unknown date.