Gust Corporation has announced delays for two highly anticipated Vita releases.

Gust is no stranger to Vita games, having been involved in quite a few – so when they delay games we can be pretty sure it’s for a good reason. This holds true even now however, as it seems that both Yoru no Nai Kuni and Atelier Sophie have been delayed for quality purposes.

  • Yoru no Nai Kuni (aka; Land of No Night) has been delayed from its original September 17th release date to only two weeks later on October 1st due to “needing more time for final adjustments.”
  • Atelier Sophie: Alchemist of the Mysterious Book has been delayed from its original September 25th release date to about eight weeks later on November 19th due to “plans to further increase its quality.”

Obviously it’s never good to have a delay, but at least we’ve been given a new date and a reason this time – right?¬†We’ll be sure keep you updated as these games draw ever closer, but for now it looks like they’re a little further off in the distance than yesterday…

  • Devin Hudson

    I’d rather have them delay it before release to fix any problems instead of waiting for countless patches after it’s out, so I applaud the move (not that it affects most of us westerners).

  • Kaboom

    Urgh… I really wish they’d release it… I get that they need more time, and I’m fine with it, but the longer it’s not out in Japan means it’s longer until we get a western release date…