PS Vita Strictly Limited Games Collectors Guide

Strictly Limited Games

Although they are more prolific on the PS4, Strictly Limited Games have still been active supporters of the PS Vita. The German publisher has been delighting Vita owners with their limited edition releases since 2017. As with their peers at Limited Run Games, Red Art Games and Eastasiasoft, they have continued to release physical versions of digital only titles, helping to preserve games for years to come.

Most of their releases offered standard purchases as well as bundles with soundtrack CDs. In addition, optional art cards were available for most games to complement the postcards already provided with each game. Some were also released in collector’s editions with extra collector’s merchandise included in the packaging.

This guide aims to bring you a comprehensive list of all the PS Vita Strictly Limited Games releases. It will also feature links to our reviews, their release dates, developer details, current market values and more.  As much of this will change, the guide will be updated regularly.

PS Vita Strictly Limited Games Collectors Guide
Updated 28th September 2019

All titles are listed here in release order. The current value is rounded up and based on the average selling price for a brand new copy on eBay. All Strictly Limited Games titles for the PS Vita are now sold out so are now only available from third party sellers.

Title: 99 Vidas
Developer: QUByte Interactive
Release Number: SLG 3
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 28th January 2018
Quantity Produced: 1,000
Current Value: £60
Notes:

Title: 99 Vidas Collector’s Edition
Developer: QUByte Interactive
Release Number: SLG 3
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 28th January 2018
Quantity Produced: 300
Current Value: TBC
Notes: Contains game, art book, soundtrack CD and non-functional retro-styled cartridge

Title: Bunny Must Die! Chelsea And The 7 Devils
Developer: PlatineDispositif
Original Publisher: Mediascape Co., Ltd.
Release Number: SLG 5
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 31st March 2018
Quantity Produced: 1,600
Current Value: £56 (standard release)
Notes: Bundle variant was sold with a soundtrack CD

Title: Gundemoniums
Developer: PlatineDispositif
Original Publisher: Mediascape Co., Ltd.
Release Number: SLG 11
Sony Cat No: PCSB
Release Date: 28th October 2018
Quantity Produced: 1,800
Current Value: £50 (standard release)
Notes: Bundle variant was sold with a soundtrack CD

Title: Sayonara UmiharaKawase++
Developer: Studio Saizensen
Release Number:
SLG 14
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 18th November 2018
Quantity Produced: 1,994
Current Value: £32
Notes:

Title: Sayonara UmiharaKawase++ Collector’s Edition
Developer: Studio Saizensen
Release Number:
SLG 14
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date:
18th November 2018
Quantity Produced: 999
Current Value: £82
Notes: Contains game, soundtrack, art book, stickers, poster, imitation retro game cartridge

Title: Necrosphere
Developer: Cat Nigiri
Release Number: SLG 20
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 26th May 2019
Quantity Produced: 1,400
Current Value: £36 (standard release)
Notes: Bundle variant was sold with a soundtrack CD

Title: Vasara Collection
Developer: QUByte Interactive
Release Number: SLG 24
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 28th July 2019
Quantity Produced: 1,200
Current Value: £50
Notes:

Title: Vasara Collection Collector’s Edition
Developer: QUByte Interactive
Release Number: SLG 24
Sony Cat No:
PCSB
Release Date: 28th July 2019
Quantity Produced: 800
Current Value: £84
Notes: Contains game, soundtrack CD, poster, artbook, stickers

For more details on their upcoming releases or games for other platforms, visit the Strictly Limited Games website.

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