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What happened to the U.S. Invizimals for the PS Vita/PS3?

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I remember hearing about this game coming to the PS Vita and PS3 apparently Spain has it and is delayed for the U.K.. Has anybody heard anything about it, maybe it got delayed for a PS4 compatible version? Never played it on the PSP and the video for it looked good.

 

 

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Yeah it looks like it could be some good competition for those other Monster hunting games. The cross-over to the home console is something that they aren't doing (right now) and this is a strong stand out point IMO.



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Yeah it looks like it could be some good competition for those other Monster hunting games. The cross-over to the home console is something that they aren't doing (right now) and this is a strong stand out point IMO.


Yea it could be, and to be honest it reminds me of Pokémon Dream Radar in a way. You'd have to face off against Pokémon in a real world setting to be able to catch them.

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SCEA lack of interest in the vita, that's what happened.

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SCEA lack of interest in the vita, that's what happened.


Along with too high prices for memory cards. A dang shame, since the system isn't bad.

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SCEA lack of interest in the vita, that's what happened.


Along with too high prices for memory cards. A dang shame, since the system isn't bad.


The system imo is the best handheld gaming machine ever created buy scea doesnt seem to care if the system sells or not, at least scee is trying, they have an upcoming event jan30th which everything point out to be about the vita, they have vita tv spots, what does scea do? Yea i know they switch  the most talented vita developers (sony bend)  to work on a ps4 project. 

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Unfortunately your opinions seem to have a ring of truth I don't see much in the way of an advertising push for Vita here in the U.S. Yes it is an extremely strong platform that could give the 3DS a good run for it's money. The Vita like the home consoles cater to the 14 an older crowd that likes games with a little more bite to them. Yet it can still give the 13 and unders something to enjoy. I like when i watch shows on TV and see kids playing on Vitas, I actually see that a lot, the kid on the Michael J. Fox show has 1 and it showed up on the "The Blacklist" a few times.



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remanutd5 wrote:

SCEA lack of interest in the vita, that's what happened.


Along with too high prices for memory cards. A dang shame, since the system isn't bad.


The system imo is the best handheld gaming machine ever created buy scea doesnt seem to care if the system sells or not, at least scee is trying, they have an upcoming event jan30th which everything point out to be about the vita, they have vita tv spots, what does scea do? Yea i know they switch  the most talented vita developers (sony bend)  to work on a ps4 project. 


Yea it sucks in that regard. Especially since there is some good innovation in it in regards to the controls. It's good that Sony in Europe is putting in an effort. What's up with the one here in America? It makes no sense...

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Unfortunately your opinions seem to have a ring of truth I don't see much in the way of an advertising push for Vita here in the U.S. Yes it is an extremely strong platform that could give the 3DS a good run for it's money. The Vita like the home consoles cater to the 14 an older crowd that likes games with a little more bite to them. Yet it can still give the 13 and unders something to enjoy. I like when i watch shows on TV and see kids playing on Vitas, I actually see that a lot, the kid on the Michael J. Fox show has 1 and it showed up on the "The Blacklist" a few times.


Sweet, it's good to see that at least a couple of shows here in the US are showing it. Too bad there hasn't been more advertising in that area. It's been PS4 this and PS4 that. It's like they only want to sell the consoles, handheld fans be danged.

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