Just like what happened with the Collector's Edition for "The Lost Child" selling out on pre-order in a single day back on November 7th. A similar performance transpired yesterday, on Monday. NISA Apparently did not anticipate that level of demand for Vita games to still exist what with the Switch now on the market, so they shuffled their planned CE (Collector's Edition) to SE (Standard Edition) production number ratios around and made additional quantity of the CE available for pre-order the following day, November 8th. Those additional pre-order CE's lasted all of a couple hours. Fast forward to yesterday, Monday (Who in their right mind opens pre-orders on a Monday?!) and with no announcement I could find anywhere "The Longest 5 Minutes" and "Penny Punching Princess" both magically appeared up for pre-order on Amazon with zero fanfare from NISA what-so-ever. Literally, no announcement e-mails, no tweets on Twitter, not a peep out of the NISA Prinnies. But someone spotted the new pre-orders on Amazon, tweeted them out to the collective Vita enthusiast crowd on Twitter and next thing you knew there was a fury of tweets during a ten minute period from every Vita enthusiast and his cousin yesterday late afternoon that these two games had suddenly appeared on Amazon for pre-order. I was sadly in the middle of doing something in the house and finally after a while got freed up to revue my pathetic finances, and by the time I had juggled my finances and determined I could indeed buy the two games, The Longest 5 Minutes had already sold out. Penny Punching Princess - On Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L91T1MS?th=1 The Longest 5 Minutes - On Amazon (SOLD OUT): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L8WKRCP/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_CTVdCbK3BE6EC The Lost Child - (Collector's Edition SOLD OUT) Standard Edition has not yet been available to pre-order.: https://store.nisamerica.com/games/psvita/the-lost-child-limited-edition-ps-vita But let's still take into consideration that NISA has said there will be "retail" availability of these final three physical release from them, which implies possibility that GameStop, Best Buy, and VGP all could potentially receive very limited inventories of these titles. not to mention the NISA Webstore has yet to offer the standard editions of any of the three yet, so raises questions as to why Amazon sprung and decided to offer their alotment so early. Also raising questions is why The Longest 5 Minutes (TL5M) was able to sell out hours ago and yet Penny Punching Princess (PPP) is still lingering available. Does this imply that PPP has a larger planned production run than TL5m? Or could there be a error with Amazon's inventory system and a incorrect availability number was input by their inventory team? One thing is certain, there is bound to be disappointment if the print runs of these titles is anywhere near as low as these pre-order sell outs are leading us to believe.