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What is your most anticipated Vita title of 2018?

  • 13 Sentinels

    Votes: 88 23.8%
  • Catherine Fullbody

    Votes: 149 40.4%
  • Persona 3/5 Dancing

    Votes: 74 20.1%
  • Muv Luv

    Votes: 42 11.4%
  • Code: Realize/Hakuoki

    Votes: 16 4.3%

  • Total voters
    369

Shizuka

Member
Oct 25, 2017
6,952
Definitely getting the Vita version (even if I was tempted to order the Switch physical version) I'm just hoping there's no shenanigans like it not being released on my PSN like AI wasn't recently :/.
Is Death Mark available in your country?

Even though I vastly prefer physical over digital, I vastly prefer Vita over pretty much anything else. I’ll go with the Vita version, too, because it pretty much guarantees that I’ll play through the game completely. Really loved Death Mark.
I'm going with a PS4 copy mainly because I played Death Mark on my PS4 last year, and I only did that because it was the complete version with the bonus chapter.
 

Donald Draper

Banned
Feb 2, 2019
1,911
Some new Vita stuff wot I've done:

Horror games available on Vita


Review of Cool Boarders PS1 (dated but sorta fun)


Review of Deathmatch Village (pointless F2P 2D shooter)


Review of DISTRAINT (surprisingly decent short pixel horror)


And a review of Final Horizon (hidden Vita gem imo, very enjoyable tower defence game)

Awesome stuff man!
 

Christian

Member
Oct 25, 2017
4,696
Took me just over two years, but I finally got the platinum in New Danganrompa V3. Just gutted out like the last 25 characters in Ultimate Talent Development Plan. Have the platinum for every game in the series, so I’m pretty happy about that.

Gonna try to get the rest of the endings in Muv-Luv Unlimited, then go back to Fata Morgana. Got through the first three or four chapters of FM when I got the LRG release, but it didn’t capture me at all. I hope to enjoy it a bit more this time.
 

Christian

Member
Oct 25, 2017
4,696
Okay, so I think I’m almost done with the
Fifth Door
in Fata Morgana, and I’m really touched by this game. I wasn’t wild about the first few parts, and I put the game down and walked away for a while, but after the Jacopo part, it just turns into something else and it’s kinda fucking me up. I’ve been going to bed every night on the verge of a breakdown, just filled to the brim with existential dread. Life is wearing me down a bit. This game probably isn’t helping. But goddamn, it’s pretty amazing right now. Objectively.
 

Dinoegg_96

Avenger
Nov 26, 2017
608
Gonna copy/paste my thoughts on Fata Morgana:

I finished this like a month ago, but I didn't have the energy to post mi impressions/opinion on the game, so I'm gonna make it quick.

I LOVED the base game. The art is gorgeous, the music is good for the most part (with a special mention of third door's music), the story and the characters are gripping and I really liked how many mysteries and twists it has.

It got me hooked since the first door. I liked how each door has its own separate story (up until the 5th door, I believe???) that are (apparently) unrelated at all.

I do feel like it could have been a bit shorter, sometimes it feels like they overexplain stuff that is pretty obvious, but that isn't mich of a problem to me.

As I already said
I hated the way they went with Totopo and Morgana's relationship. Lile, What in the actual hell?!?!?!

About Requiem, I hated it. The main grip I had with the main story was how sometimes it went on long overexplanations, and I feel like Requiem is that times 10. It should have been so much shorter
and, well, we get to see more of our favorite pedo

I think the only good stuff I got from requiem was the short bit of
Michel and Giselle

As for Reincarnation, I think it's good, but the thing loses a lot of charm with that change of artstyle.
I enjoyed Michel, Giselle, Mell, Nellie and Maria's part. Thought Yukimasa and Pauline's part was meh (and what the fuck, there's something wrong with Pauline) and... Well, I got to see Pedopo 2.0. I skipped a good chunk of this part.
. I don't think there was anything worth mentioning anout the music of Reincarnation. It isn't good or bad, it's just there.


Oh, and I also just platinumed Odin Sphere. The game is gorgeous, the gameplay is fun, but I have the same grip I've had with other Vanillaware games: the map variety is terrible. Especially so in Odin Sphere's case. You spend like 25+ hours in the same 5/6 environments and boss variety isn't good either.

The story didn't give me much hope for 13 Sentinels either. I don't trust Vanillaware to make a game that's all story and no gameplay at all.
 

i-Jest

Member
Oct 25, 2017
2,641
Is Vita collecting really reaching the point where becoming harder to find a lot of things?


I suppose it just hasn't hit me in the same way it might others. I know LRG vita stuff was going fast, but I didn't think newer collectors were getting into the scene. I knew vita collecting would get expensive eventually, but I didn't think it would pick up for at least two years. Have you guys noticed a higher demand across the board lately?
 

Christian

Member
Oct 25, 2017
4,696
Is Vita collecting really reaching the point where becoming harder to find a lot of things?


I suppose it just hasn't hit me in the same way it might others. I know LRG vita stuff was going fast, but I didn't think newer collectors were getting into the scene. I knew vita collecting would get expensive eventually, but I didn't think it would pick up for at least two years. Have you guys noticed a higher demand across the board lately?
I’ve looked for a couple games that I skipped originally, because I didn’t think it would be too difficult to pick them up down the road. What I’ve noticed is, games may not be selling for a lot, but that isn’t stopping people from listing games at higher prices than I would’ve expected.
 

GKSilKamina

Member
Oct 25, 2017
1,464
Festering Swamp, USA
Is Vita collecting really reaching the point where becoming harder to find a lot of things?


I suppose it just hasn't hit me in the same way it might others. I know LRG vita stuff was going fast, but I didn't think newer collectors were getting into the scene. I knew vita collecting would get expensive eventually, but I didn't think it would pick up for at least two years. Have you guys noticed a higher demand across the board lately?
Not really? At least not yet, I think.

Most of the games I've yet to pick up haven't gone up much in price or gotten super hard to find (Stranger in Sword City, Shiren the Wanderer, some LRG stuff. Hell, even Shakedown Hawaii isn't as grossly expensive as I thought it'd be). Many Vita games are $19.99 and below on Gamestop. The only ones $30+ are Muv-Luv and a few of NISA's releases. And the one decent mom & pop game store that still bothers to sell Vita stuff hasn't raised any of their prices (or sold anything, since most of the games that were there months ago are still collecting dust).

...Buuuuut that's just with games. Actual Vita consoles do seem to be getting pretty hard to find outside of eBay these days.

This also reminds me that I should grab another memory card before they get even more expensive than they already are.
 

MrHealthy

Member
Nov 11, 2017
455
My most recent acquisitions:



These are games #198 to #201. Never thought I would hit 200 hundred physical games. Its by far my largest physical collection, with my second largest being PS3 at just over 100 games.