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    Unofficial 400-Web page PS Vita Guide Smashes Kickstarter Aim

    UK-based creator Sandeep Rai not too long ago launched a Kickstarter marketing campaign for a 400-page arduous e book that paperwork PlayStation Vita‘s life and demise, and unsurprisingly, it smashed its preliminary aim of £6,000 inside just a few hours.

    As reported by Push Sq., Vita Means Life is not going to solely chronicle the hand held’s troubled life, it’ll additionally embrace interviews with Vita sport builders in addition to “detailed retrospectives on among the greatest video games on the system.” On the time of this writing, the Kickstarter marketing campaign sat at a whopping £17,000 raised by almost 400 backers.

    The A5-sized e book will probably be break up into 4 sections: historical past, interviews, retrospectives, and library (of all of the Vita video games launched within the West). The retrospectives part will characteristic the next video games (and plenty of extra, in accordance with Rai):

    • Gravity Rush
    • Uncharted: Golden Abyss
    • Persona 4 Golden
    • LittleBigPlanet Vita
    • Wipeout 2048
    • Freedom Wars
    • Soul Sacrifice
    • Danganronpa: Set off Glad Havoc
    • The Ys sequence
    • The SteamWorld sequence
    • Salt & Sanctuary
    • Shovel Knight
    • The Atelier sequence
    • Trails of Chilly Metal 1 & 2

    “I felt that the Vita, regardless of being such a tremendous system, would by no means get the identical therapy as different retro programs and have books written about it, so I assumed ‘why don’t I do it?’” Rai wrote. “I’m so glad it labored out and I obtained a lot help for the primary two books, and I’m hopeful that can proceed for this third e book.”

    Vita Means Life will collate books in regards to the handheld that Rai has penned beforehand, and can embrace new materials. If issues go in accordance with plan, it’ll be out by April 2022.

    [Source: Kickstarter via Push Square]

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