PS Vita Round-Up: Great For Final Fantasy Fans

By Andrew McDanell on March 4, 2014, 3:59PM EDT

Welcome to March PS Vita fans, it's time for yet another round-up of the hot properties you can get your hands on throughout the month.

While the pickings may not be as numerous as February, there's still some heavy hitters that will be perfect for any Vita collection, and it's also going to be a great month for Final Fantasy fans.

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f
For fans of the PS3 release of Hatsune Miku Project Diva F, Sega has decided to release this gem in its original Vita form in the West thanks to the overwhelming success of the PS3 version. Now you will be able to take this addictive rhythm based title everywhere you go (but be careful not to walk into poles).

Featuring over 30 songs, all the music from the PS3 version will also be available either through the game or an exclusive song pack which will be purchasable on day one of its release. Good news for those who own the PS3 version, all DLC will be cross-buy as well. Hatsune Miku has now released in North America and comes out in Europe on the 12th of March.

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD
Want to relive the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD remastered title but don't have a PS3? Fear not because this amazing classic is coming to the PS Vita as well! Featuring the international version of the PS2 title coming to the West for the first time ever, experience the story of Tidus and Yuna all over again.

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD will be available in digital and retail for North America on March 18th and in Europe on March 21st. Keep in mind that both games will be available in a bundle and not separate. As well as the retail version only carries X on cartridge with a voucher to download X-2.

Deception IV: Blood Ties
The traps are back as this PS3 and Vita cross release comes to North America on the 25th and Europe on the 28th of March. In this unique title you're tasked with creating the most elaborate traps possible and then lure in your unsuspecting victims. Upon triggering your traps, you're left with marvelling at the brutal or comical conclusion of your creation.

There you have it. A JRPG classic with months of potential, a rhythm game that will have you addicted and unable to put down, and of course some trap setting mayhem. So get your pre-orders and digital wallets ready and be sure to let us know what you're planning on picking up this month. Also be sure to check back for reviews and coverage of these titles as more in the coming month.

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