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Sony demos Augmented Reality on PS Vita

Full launch line-up confirmed

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Sony showed off the PlayStation Vita's Augmented Reality features last night, and announced the full line-up of launch titles.

The company put the spotlight on AR, revealing the device will handle six Augmented Reality markers at launch, with three games available to download free from the PlayStation Store. You can see the tech in action in the clip below:

Sony also promised the following first party games will be available when the PS Vita is launched on 22 February 2012.

  • Uncharted: Golden Abyss
  • WipEout 2048
  • Reality Fighters
  • Little Deviants
  • ModNation Racers: Road Trip
  • Everybody’s Golf
  • Escape Plan
  • Gravity Rush
  • Hustle Kings
  • MotorStorm RC
  • Top Darts
  • Super StarDust Delta

There's plenty of third-party titles on the way too. Check out the PlayStation Blog for more.

You can read we thought about Sony's handheld in our PlayStation Vita hands-on here at Vulture Central. ®

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