Out of nowhere comes several trailers for Vita games currently in the works, courtesy of Sony. Have a look at some gameplay of recently announced titles such as Escape Plan and Unit 13 along with footage of Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, plus a few others.
Escape Plan is an adventure game where you must assist two odd-looking characters safely escape a series of rooms filled with traps. Objects can be manipulated with touch controls and you'll occasionally rely on Vita's motion features to move around.
The latest Gravity Rush trailer gives a glimpse at some of the powers Kat earns throughout the course of the game. Kat's "Stasis Field" can lift objects and people while her "Gravity Slide" can be used to deal strong attacks against enemies.
Footage of Uncharted: Golden Abyss puts the spotlight on using non-traditional controls to play the game. If aiming with the analog stick isn't your thing, you can physically move the Vita to target enemies. Tapping and dragging the front screen can be used for melee attacks.
Today we get a first look at Zipper Interactive's Unit 13 in action. Players use one of six classes to complete a series of missions and vie for a high score. All stages can be played cooperatively and more missions can be acquired daily.
Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational makes use of touch and tilt controls to help you aim your shots. Still can't get a good look at the green? Simply lift your golfer out of the way for a better look.
Twin stick shooter Super Stardust Delta has a neat view feature where you can tilt the Vita to get a better at the surrounding area. Delta also features a few mini modes that provide an alternate way to destroy those pesky asteroids and enemies.
WipEout 2048 lets players use touch and motion controls to control their high-speed racing machines. Pulling off those corkscrew boosts should be as easy as doing a quick left-right tap on the rear touch panel.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, WipEout 2048, and Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational are confirmed to launch with PlayStation Vita on February 22.