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    Question Western-style RPGs for the Vita?

    I bought a PlayStation Vita this weekend, and I picked up LittleBigPlanet Vita to go with it. I'm having a blast so far, and I'm looking to get some new games.

    That being said, are there any Western-style RPGs for the Vita? I'm not a big fan of Japanese-style RPGs, but that's all that I see for sale.

    I'm looking for something similar to Dragon Age: Origins, Fallout: New Vegas, or The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.


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    I was thinking of waiting to see if there is a playstation 4 Bundled with the vita package. I have been curious about the same thing if there were other RPG games then what is currently available. I'm hoping that the ps4 will respark developers interest in creating games for the vita again. It is really a handheld that's beyond its time. It was just overpriced and lacked the support.

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    i don't think you will find any RPG PSVita games similar to what u like
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fake Al Gore View Post
    I bought a PlayStation Vita this weekend, and I picked up LittleBigPlanet Vita to go with it. I'm having a blast so far, and I'm looking to get some new games.

    That being said, are there any Western-style RPGs for the Vita? I'm not a big fan of Japanese-style RPGs, but that's all that I see for sale.

    I'm looking for something similar to Dragon Age: Origins, Fallout: New Vegas, or The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
    Everything I've seen looks like Japanese style. If they released a Fallout or Elder Scrolls game on Vita I'd buy one the same day it released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulnado4 View Post
    I was thinking of waiting to see if there is a playstation 4 Bundled with the vita package. I have been curious about the same thing if there were other RPG games then what is currently available. I'm hoping that the ps4 will respark developers interest in creating games for the vita again. It is really a handheld that's beyond its time. It was just overpriced and lacked the support.
    Sony to Officially Bundle PlayStation 4 and Vita Together - IGN

    They're getting it in the UK.
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    Thanks hopefully the pricing of the bundle will be fairly priced and create a great increase in sells. I really would like to have a vita as well to go along with my PS4. I will keep a eye out on this one.

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    I don't own a Vita, but if I did I'd buy Tearaway in a second. Apparently it makes the best use of the hardware without feeling gimmicky and got great reviews all around.

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