Discussion in 'PlayStation Vita Games' started by Billybobbean, Feb 25, 2015.
Have anything to trade for it?
Nothing just yet, I was with out a job for a few weeks and already sold off a few Vita titles to avid collectors. Once more with a job and kinda looking at the last few titles I might wanna flesh out my collection with.
Only doubles i have now are more common games you can walk in to Gamestop and purchase.
Eastasiasoft is releasing a physical copy of Stay for the Vita in october.
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Not heard of it! Need to youtube it
Stay looks really interesting, may have to get it. And here I thought I'd be running out of Vita games to buy given the system's discontinuation.
Definitely getting Stay! The premise sure looks interesting
Gave in and bought Darkest Dungeon , not my type of game but I'll give it a go
Goodbye 100 hrs of your life if you do like it
Play-Asia's annual "Black Friday Sale" started yesterday, they've got some good deals to be had.
EAS Exclusives on sale:
And the other Vita games on sale:
Lost Child, The Longest 5 Minutes and Penny Punching Princess are all getting a physical Vita release in march 2019 by NISA in US.
No word about EU physical release.
I know this is the wrong topic but I couldn't find the other one.
Yea and in the comments people are complaining about the no release of Refrain on PS Vita
The only issue is that these 3 games came out in the west for the Vita and Coven didn't.
I too would like to see Coven on the Vita, but how much I love that system it got a great run and I already accepted most games won't come to it anymore.
And as a handheld gamer I'm happy the Switch is a handheld and does well sale wise, so some of the Vita stuff at least comes to that system in the west (like for example Coven of Dusk and Steins Gate Elite).
However some stuff will always stay Sony only and it saddens me when a game skips the Vita and the Switch to be a PS4 only game.
Some people should stop complaining that Vita doesn't get some of the games (in the west), because considering the state Vita is (mostly) in the west since years, games should have stop coming to it for at least 3 to 4 years ago.
Vita outlived the Wii U, that only says enough.
Aside from that, happy to hear NISA is doing this.
Labyrinth of Refrain was a skipper for me either way, same as Lost Child (premise is awesome, a DRPG in the same world as El Shaddai, one of the most interesting PS3 games out there? Great! But the execution looks so incredibly lazy I can't imagine enjoying. My personal take, though), but Penny Punching Princess and The Longest 5 Minutes have both been on my digital wishlist for a while already, having accepted they wouldn't see the light of day!
I'm pretty sure 365 or bazaar-bazaar will get their hands on those games and I can safely import them if EU doesn't get them. It's also not Aksys so I'm pretty sure we'll hear it in a timely manner if they do come over here
edit: Just thought of this, but I'm guessing NISA still had an allotment of a few thousand vita games or so and decided to use it to give some of their recent ones physicals.
edit #2: Vita_Girl I'm really hoping less and less games that would otherwise have gone to the Vita will remain Sony exclusives... Though the Switch will never replace the Vita, I do hope most developers understand that for certain games some sort of portability is appreciated. I for one won't be getting Mary Skelter 2 on the PS4 because I'm just not going to want to play it on the big screen, and remote play doesn't work too well for me (too much interference I'm guessing).
On one hand, this news makes me extremely happy. On the other hand... Anyone want to buy a PS4 copy of The Lost Child?
Actually this game is pretty ... not interesting. I'd prefer other game to be released physically than that. Like Steins Gate Elite or Occult Nine
From what I understand NIS has confirmed that they are looking into bringing them physically over in Europe too, though they had no further comments on how that is going. So I guess it's anyone guess.
Would have loved for them to bring over Liar Princess and The Blind Prince physically while they were at it, but I guess beggers can't be choosers at this point.
Retro8bit Liar Princess would've been cool to have indeed. The Lost Child I think everyone agrees is not really that interesting of a game...
alf is Occult Nine coming over at all? I'm reading the Light Novels as they come out here and the story's pretty good!
At the moment it's japan-only since 2017 and no official plans to bring it to the West. The only info i could find is that they think about the Western release, but that's all. I guess at this point we can forget about Vita release anyway because of the 2019 physical gamecards production deadline. And digital doesn't count for me
On a positive note, the books on which the VN is based did receive a Western physical release
Had no idea, thanks for the info TheAtom !
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