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The PlayStation Vita is the most recent handheld console by Sony Computer Entertainment, and the successor to the PlayStation Portable, released in the end of 2011 and start of 2012. It's larger than a PlayStation Portable, with a wider screen to accompany the size increase. It offers 4-Core processing, an OLED touchscreen, Sixaxis motion sensing system, front and rear in-built cameras, and two analog sticks. There is also a PS Vita version supporting 3G connectivity and in-built GPS receiver.
The PS Vita is backwards compatible with all PlayStation Portable software, but like the PSP Go, it's not able to read UMD, relying on PlayStation Vita cards, a proprietary flash memory card. PlayStation Portable games and PlayStation Network and PlayStation Mobile software must be stored in PlayStation Vita memory cards.
On September 9th, 2013, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan announced the PlayStation Vita TV, a microconsole and a non-portable variant of the PlayStation Vita. At E3 2014, Sony Computer Entertainment America announced the localization of the Vita TV and it will be known in the western market as the PlayStation TV.
Final Fantasy titles for PlayStation VitaEdit
|Final Fantasy X HD Remaster||December 26, 2013||N/A||N/A||86|
|Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster||December 26, 2013||N/A||N/A||86|
|Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster||December 26, 2013||March 18, 2014||March 21, 2014||86|
|Final Fantasy Agito+||Cancelled|
|World of Final Fantasy||2016||2016||2016||N/A|
|Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden||TBA|
Compatible PSP Titles for PlayStation VitaEdit
|Final Fantasy||?||N/A||February 16, 2011||67|
|Final Fantasy II||July 8, 2009||N/A||January 10, 2012||63|
|Final Fantasy III||September 20, 2012||September 25, 2012||September 26, 2012||N/A|
|Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection||?||?||?||77|
|Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions||?||?||?||88|
|Final Fantasy Type-0||?||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Dissidia Final Fantasy||?||?||?||79|
|Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy||?||?||?||78|
|Final Fantasy Origins||?||January 10, 2011||N/A||79|
|Final Fantasy IV||?||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Final Fantasy V||April 6, 2011||November 22, 2011||May 4, 2011||80|
|Final Fantasy VI||April 20, 2011||December 6, 2011||June 2, 2011||80|
|Final Fantasy VII||April 9, 2009||June 2, 2009||June 4, 2009||92|
|Final Fantasy VIII||September 24, 2009||December 17, 2009||February 4, 2010||90|
|Final Fantasy IX||May 20, 2010||June 15, 2010||February 26, 2010||94|
|Final Fantasy Tactics||?||?||N/A||83|
|Vagrant Story||August 12, 2009||March 1st, 2011||December 22, 2009||92|
|Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon||?||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Compatible PlayStation 4 Remote PlayEdit
- Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster
- Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
- Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae
- Final Fantasy Type-0 HD
PlayStation Now titles for PlayStation VitaEdit
Special Limited EditionsEdit
A limited edition Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation Vita TV were released exclusively on Sony's stores in Japan.
A downloadable code for the Heavensward PlayStation theme is included in the package.