What’s new for EU Vita gamers? Come and find out!

There are three new games arriving on the Vita this week. First up is Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics (which is also getting a Limited Run release!) which is out now. Then you have Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness and rounding off the list is MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death.

Do any of these stand out to you?

Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics – £14.99/


Dungeon Crawling Goes Above Ground! Leave dinky dungeons behind to explore an infinite number of procedurally generated worlds, each with their own unique terrain, traps and treasure.

Forced-scroll Roguelike RPG! The Shine Raid consumes everything in its path and moves with every action you take! Do you risk taking a detour for loot, or do you play it safe and put more distance between yourself and annihilation?

Brimming with Class and Characters! With over 20 classes to choose from, no two adventures will ever be the same!

Social Skills! Use passwords to share your worlds with friends, post your successes (and failures) on Twitter and race to cover more ground than your opponent in the PvP Battle mode.

Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness – £TBC – Released 16th September (not AUS, NZ)


2112, Tokyo. Decide the fates of Nadeshiko Kugatachi and Takuma Tsurugi, two new detectives assigned to Division 1. Every decision has its own repercussion, victims can become criminals, and the story may end quicker than expected.

In a world where roles are filled by those who are capable, will there be a spot for you?

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death – £TBC – Released September 16th (not AUS, NZ)


First, the winds stopped. Then, birds vanished from the skies. Finally, the sun set… And an eternal night fell upon the world. It’s up to you and your mechanical Guardians to make your way through the four tower mazes and set things in motion again in this challenging dungeon-crawling RPG!

Key Features
1. Navigate challenging maps and puzzles in this first-person dungeon-crawler!
2. Pair your 3-person party with three different Guardians for a turn-based, dungeon-crawling battle system!
3. Unique Guardian robots can be customized even further with different parts and seeds to enhance their abilities!
4. Strategize attacks between your humans and Guardians and find the crack in your foe’s armor by exploiting their elemental weakness!

So do any of these make you want to rush out and get them? I’ll update the post with pricing details when they are available, and I’ll also add in information for last week’s releases – which I forgot to do…

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Paul founded The Vita Lounge and is the Executive Editor, but still likes to get involved with the odd piece of news or a review. 35 years young and gaming since 1990, he has a preference for Action/RPG games, Shooters, Racing Games (despite ironically not being able to drive!) and quite partial to a game of FIFA.
  • Anthony Raymond Watt

    Are any of these getting a physical release too? Psycho pass sounds awesome.

    • Zoozbuh

      Psycho Pass and MeiQ both have physical versions, yup

  • Al Di

    Looking forward to Psycho Pass & MeiQ