Following Sony's announcement of its plans to shutter the PS3, PSP and PS Vita stores, we now know what is likely to be the last hurrah for the company's second handheld.
Synergia and Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, will likely be the final releases for the Vita, and will be available for just four months before the store is taken down.
PlayStation Vita's Last Games Are Synergia and Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story
According to a press release from developer Top Hat Studios, both games had a physical edition run which sold out in under a day, and due to technical limitations with the PEGI and the SIEE Vita storefront services, these releases will be digital-only for the NA and Asia regional Playstation Stores.
Synergia originally launched on Steam in July of last year, and the visual novel was received well. Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story was released on August 25th and has earned a cult following.
Both games are available on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC.
We recently wrote about Sony's decision to remove access to the stores.
"There are PlayStation Vita games launching this year that will be removed from sale in just a few months time. That's a developer's livelihood being reduced to a short-term sales target," we said.
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