We have the latest selection of new Vita releases this week with some strong titles for fans of JRPGs and anime.
Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland
Pictured above, the western release of the popular Japanese RPG title lands this week. The eleventh title in the Atelier JRPG series Alchemist of Arland is the first to bring 3D models to the games with this being an updated remake from the original 2010 release. Driven by timed tasks which have to be completed within set periods in the game there are fourteen separate storylines to play through with Atelier Rorona promising plenty of replayability for newcomers and Atelier fans alike.
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma
High-powered Japanese 2D fighting game BlazBlue will be available for download on Vita this week, a PS3 retail version is already out. A restructured upgrade to the Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift BlazBlue titles, expect plenty of fast paced anime fighting goodness. Check out the trailer
More JRPG action this time with End of Serenity, a follow up to the successful Mystic Chronicles. A pixel art driven game End of Serenity pays homage to old school 16 Bit RPGs and will also be available for PSP!
Farming Simulator 14
Experience life on the farm in the Vita version of Farming Simulator 14 the fifth installment in the the popular animal husbandry/agricultural simulator. Plant and harvest crops to sell and keep your illustrious farm ticking over, checking in on your farm’s progress on the go.
XBlaze Code: Embryo
More from the BlazBlue universe this time following events 150 years before BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. In this prequel visual novel of the fighting games. Join Toya Kagari as he discovers the mysterious "Power of the Azure." Below is a tease.
The zombies are back but you’ve got a few tricks up your sleeve to keep you alive. Run, roll, slide, jump and battle your way through zombie hordes to reach you goal hopefully with all your limbs remaining. Check it out below.
That's what's new for PS Vita this week. Drop us a comment below to let us know what you think of the titles on offer.