Acquire is working on a unique PlayStation Vita title called Sumioni where you use the front touch screen as a drawing pad. Players can draw bridges for Sumioni, the red ink ogre in the screenshot, to jump on. Using magical ink, Sumioni can also summon creatures and control the elements of nature by making fire or thunderclouds appear.
Looks neat, but Sumioni won’t make PlayStation Vita’s launch in Japan. It’s slated for release next year.
As commenters pointed out last night, Ubisoft’s Dark Quest is actually a Gameloft clone known as Dungeon Hunter: Alliance in the West.
Michael Jackson: The Experience HD is also in development.
And so is a PlayStation Vita version of Rayman Origins.
Lumines: Electronic Symphony is a new title and the first published by Ubisoft since the original game with "Shinin" made for PSP. Q Entertainment is tied as the developer and promise Lumines: Electronic Symphony will have beautiful graphics.
System Soft Alpha are working on Moe Moe Taisen Gendaiban ++, which is slated for a spring 2012 release in Japan.
Dream Club Zero Portable will be available before that. D3Publisher have the title targeted for "this winter."
Famitsu also announced Shinobido 2 for Japan and we have a huge collection of screenshots from the title.