PS Vita EU PlayStation Store Update – week commencing 26/08/2019

If you believe Sony Interactive Entertainment and what you read on the PlayStation Blog, there haven’t been any new PS Vita releases for some time. While there are still a healthy flow of titles stemming from the East, notably in Japan and particularly in Hong Kong from Eastasiasoft the West seems quiet in comparison.

Limited Run Games have titles scheduled until early 2020 but there isn’t – at least from Sony themselves – much fanfare surrounding new PS Vita releases. However, despite nothing being mentioned by them openly, games ARE being released and well over 30 new games have hit the PSN Store since May alone with 1-2 new titles being released every week.

This week over on the PlayStation Store is no exception with two new games being released for the PS Vita…

Pantsu Hunter: Back to the 90s

Released by developer Sometimes You, this risqué visual novel follows a protagonist with a somewhat unusual obsession as he seeks to find love as he ventures out into the world for the first time after leaving home to study at university.

Legend of the Skyfish

The latest in what seems to be a flow of weekly releases from Ratalaika. Probably one we’ve been looking forward to the most, this is a level-based adventure puzzler.

It follows the adventure of the intrepid Little Red Hook on her journey with the Moonwhale to defeat the monstrous Skyfish. With her trusty upgradeable fishing pole in hand that she can use as a weapon or a grappling hook, there is a huge world to explore made up of over 40 levels and bosses to defeat.

This is also a Cross Buy release with the PS4.

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