By CHONG JINN XIUNGbytz@thestar.com.my
SONY has not left out PS Vita fans. Two popular videogame titles are headed to Sony's handheld console, Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified and Assassin's Creed III: Liberation.
Declassified will be a first-person shooter which will also feature a multiplayer mode. Unfortunately, Sony didn't show any gameplay footage and only revealed that the game will be released by the end of the year.
Ubisoft's Liberation will feature the popular stealth action game's first female assassin. A short trailer showed that the game will be set in New Orleans and the graphics to be almost as good as the other PS3 games in the series.
Liberation will also unlock various Assassin's Creed III content such as Connor's tomahawk, an exclusive character skin and an additional multiplayer character.
Sony also has big plans for its Move motion controller. It unveiled the Wonderbook, a book-like device which works with the PlayStation Eye camera and Move controller to create an augmented reality game.
Book of Spells will be the first major game that will be released for the Wonderbook and it'll feature new Harry Potter stories from J.K. Rowling.
The game is aimed at younger players who will assume the role of an apprentice wizard. Players will engage in mini games, learn spells to slay paper dragons and more.
Sony said it is looking to market the Wonderbook as an educational tool for children.
The price and availability of Wonderbook have yet to be announced.