It's great to read all the PlayStation Vita details from Sony's E3 keynote but what's most important is being able to see the new games in action. This montage offers a sampling of in-development titles that will launch with Sony's new portable for the holiday season.
Twin-stick shooter Super Stardust Delta presents two new weapons not seen in Super Stardust: Ice Laser and Laser Melter armaments assist with melting and freezing hazards headed your way. Tilting the Vita can help you look over the horizon and you can tap on the touchscreen or rear panel to knock out huge asteroids.
Racing fans have a couple of titles to look forward to. Modnation Racers has access to all user-made tracks that were created with the PS3 version and the track editor accepts input from the touchscreen and rear panel. You'll also be able to customize the appearance of your avatar and kart.
WipEout 2048 is being developed as the largest WipEout game to date by introducing new tracks, ships, and weapons. Best of all, you can race against PS3 owners who have a copy of WipEout HD on hand.
The Vita version of LittleBigPlanet can pretty much pass as a portable LittleBigPlanet 2 since it has every tool introduced in the PS3 sequel. Vita's various control methods grants you some new ways to play the games you create.
Koei's bringing Dynasty Warriors to Vita and there's no sign of the large-scale battles getting smaller. This bit of footage is quite informative as it shows how you'll pull off special attacks.
Hot Shots Golf (dubbed Everybody's Golf in Europe) makes use of Vita's inputs to help you land those perfect shots. Players can participate in real-time and turn-based matches online.
PlayStation Vita goes on sale this coming holiday season for $249. A 3G model will retail for $299.