With the Tokyo Game Show now in full swing, video game news already flooding the internet from the event. In the sea of seemingly endless updates and details, it’s easy to forget one of the main focal points of the conference — the PlayStation Vita.

Sony’s newest handheld is quickly approaching its recently announced release date, and many fans are starting to wonder which games will be launching alongside the PS Vita when it finally hits store shelves in Japan later this year. So far, Sony has confirmed that the Vita will launch with games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and Hot Shots Golf 6. There are however, still an insane amount of games that are coming to the portable after the device launches.

Word on many of the games got out when Sony left a slide up during their conference which featured a very large list of games. This listed allegedly contained all of the PlayStation Vita titles that would appear in some form or another at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Users on NeoGAF and Andriasang were able to translate the Japanese text into English and we’ve listed them below, some of which you likely never heard of before.

The list doesn’t include the obvious titles (i.e. LittleBigPlanet, ModNation Racers, etc.), but is instead filled with mostly previously unannounced Vita games. Without further ado, here is the list of all the PS Vita titles that will be present at TGS 2011.

  • Ys: Celceta, Sea of Trees
  • Lord of Apocalypse
  • Ninja Gaiden: Sigma
  • Hell’s Army
  • DJ Max Technika
  • Katamari
  • Browser 3 Kingdom
  • Bass Fishing
  • F1 2011
  • Dragon’s Crown
  • God Eater 2
  • Escape Plan
  • Sound Shapes
  • Sawari Makuru
  • Super Stardust Delta
  • Reality Fighter 0
  • WipeOut
  • Ridge Racer
  • Zone of the Enders HD Edition
  • Metal Gear Solid HD Edition
  • Super Robot Taisen Series
  • Shin Megami Tensei Series
  • Gundam Series
  • Tales of Innocence R

That is certainly a lot of games. I’m sure many were delighted to see that the often reoccurring launch title Ridge Racer may very well be launching alongside the Vita as well. The surprising thing is that this list of games is allegedly only scratching the surface of the games currently under development for the PlayStation Vita. If that is indeed the case, then Sony seems to be playing all of the right cards in order to make their latest handheld more successful than Nintendo’s currently struggling 3DS.

Things are really starting to shape up for Sony and its newest addition to the PlayStation brand. Now the real question becomes “How many of these games will be available when the PlayStation Vita launches in North America?”. It’s easy to assume that the answer to that question will be revealed in the very near future.

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Sources: NeoGAFAndriasang

tags: Sony, TGS 2011, Vita