It makes perfect sense. It was on the PSP and it's a major third-party franchise, which Sony wants on the Vita ( Assassin's Creed , Call of Duty , and others are coming, too).
While everyone lies in wait for the announcement of an official launch date for Grand Theft Auto V , it has come to our attention that a UK retailer may have spilled the beans on a new portable installment in the award-winning series.
The listing at Play.com has been taken down, but Eurogamer was able to nab a screenshot before it disappeared: clearly, the game is called Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Nights and it holds a €39.99 price tag (about $50). There are no further details, besides the fact that three other titles were posted and then removed: Monster Hunter Portable 3 , Tales of Innocence R , and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD .
None of the companies involved have offered anything official, but that's a hefty list of great Vita titles. Monster Hunter was probably a given from the start, as it remains a huge driver of sales in Japan. Tales of Innocence R is already out in Japan (it launched in January), so perhaps the biggest surprise is that HD version of Final Fantasy Type-0 . But surprises or no, this is fantastic news; more high-profile software for the Vita!