We recently posted about PS Vita production coming to an end in Japan, and it ended up happening even sooner than we expected. According to an update on the official Japanese PlayStation website, the final two models have been discontinued in the region. Read on for more.
The end of PS Vita's life has been much slower in Japan than it was elsewhere. There are still games coming out for it, but that's about to change as Sony begins to wind down production on the portable itself. Read on for more.
Fans of KONOSUBA -God's blessing on this wonderful world!, a popular fantasy comedy light novel series written by Natsume Akatsuki and illustrated by Kurone Mishima about a group of misfits making their way in a magical world, will soon have a new way to experience the series: as a dungeon-crawling RPG developed by Entergram for the PS Vita and PS4. Hit the jump to learn more.
Considering how much more support PS Vita has been getting in Japan of late, it's not too surprising that they won't be shutting down physical game card production at the same time as the west. Read on for more.
It wouldn't technically be correct to say PS Vita is dead, especially not in Japan. It's definitely been on life support in the west for a while, though, and Sony's American and European branches announced plans to end GameCard production by "close of fiscal year 2018." Read on for more.