"Habroxia" and "Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition" on sale September 19th

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    "Habroxia" and "Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition" Will both be going on sale this Thursday, September 19th from Play-Asia.

    Habroxia is a 2D Horizontal & Vertical scrolling space shooter, and will be limited to 1,500 copies. Links:
    https://www.eastasiasoft.com/news/167/Retro-space-shooter-Habroxia-blasts-off-this-September
    https://www.play-asia.com/habroxia-limited-edition/13/70d169

    Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition, perhaps most famous for being a cancelled LRG Vita release, is a 2D side-scrolling action platformer in the style of Metal Slug, It will be limited to 2,000 copies. Links:
    https://www.eastasiasoft.com/news/169/Mercenary-Kings-Reloaded-Edition-PS-Vita-Limited-Edition
    https://www.play-asia.com/mercenary-kings-reloaded-edition-limited-edition/13/70d16r
    Prices for each of these games has been announced as $34.99 (USD) each.
     
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    Mercernary Kings looks good enough to download at a cheap price one day.

    Wouldn't want to support this limited quantity crap going on these days though.
     
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    Issue is, this late in the Vita's lifespan publishers can't do normal sized print runs because the Vita is way way too niche, as well as past it's prime. It took years for them to sell through their stock of Soldner X2 and Tachyon Project which were both limited to incredibly small print runs.

    We all have our own unique perspectives on this though, which I think is good. I don't support download games or D.L.C. myself, but have no problems buying small print run/limited games because my desire to have good physical Vita games is just simply that strong that i'm willing to put up with the big hassle. To be honest lots of these games are easily worth 3 times their price to me. I don't think i'll ever own a gaming system I adore this much.
     

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