With the right games the PS Vita can work says Ubisoft
Ubisoft believes that with the right games the PS Vita can flourish.
With Assassin's Creed III: Liberation selling around 600,000 copies on Sony's under-performing handheld, Ubisoft has seen that a half-decent game can sell on the platform and it seems they plan to continue to support it.
The publisher explained to investors, "We wouldn't discount PS Vita. If you have the right product at the right quality it could work."
It is this kind of confidence that Sony will need to encourage in other developers and publishers if they are going to revive the fortunes of their struggling portable.
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