Sony have outlined a number of upcoming titles for the PlayStation Vita during this year’s GamesCom. Perhaps the biggest title announced is a port of Gearbox’s First Person RPG Borderlands 2. It’s in development by Iron Galaxy Studios (Developer for FiveKick) and is currently scheduled for release in 2014. No word yet if the game will incorporate cloud saves to switch your save from PlayStation 3.
Football Manager Classic is also headed to Vita, from Sports Interactive. previously a mode added into Football Manager 2013 (PC and Mac) as a quicker way to play the full Football Manager experience. Football Manager Classic will reportedly carry a huge database of players, a 3D match engine showing the action, a full tactics module, realistic transfers, AI, and “dozens of playable leagues, with hundreds of manageable clubs from all over the world”. The Vita release is said to have way more features than past PSP games in addition to the 3D match visualiser, and will also have cross-save with the Linux, mac and PC versions.