At Least Someone Other Than Sony's Taking Advantage Of PS Vita's Augmented Reality Functionality, Right?

The Konami developed PlayStation Vita was announced during the publisher's press conference earlier in the week, and Andriasang's gone live with some juicy details about what the game actually entails.

Based on the Japanese publisher's own line of infrared toys, AR Combat Digi Q sees the PlayStation Vita's analogue sticks act as the remote control in a quirky title that makes use of augmented reality and polygonal objects. The aim is (presumably) to replace one expensive toy with another equally expensive toy. Makes sense.

As Joystiq rightly points out, at least it saves space.