Following a recent trend of Vita re-releases of their PS3 games, NIS America has announced Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten will make it’s way to Vita as Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited.
A Promise Revisited is an port of the original Disgaea 4 with additional content: new scenarios, more backstory, more spells, new music tracks, and generally more of everything Disgaea that we know and love. It will also include all of the DLC available on the PS3 version.
Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited will release on August 12 (NA) and August 19 (EU) in both retail and digital formats.
NIS America has announced that Battle Princess of Arcadias will release June 17 (NA) and June 18 (EU) exclusively on PS3.
Battle Princess of Arcadias is a colorful side-scrolling RPG (read: beat ‘em up) where players will battle foes in real-time using a variety of skills and collect items to enhance their gear. As Battle Princess Plume, you’re tasked with using all available resources to restore peace the world of Schwert that has now been overrun by monsters.
Battle Princess of Arcadias will be PSN-only. NIS America has confirmed no physical release is planned.
Idea Factory International’s inaugural title, Monster Monpiece, will be releasing on May 27 (NA) and May 28 (EU) at an MSRP of $29.99 on the Playstation Vita.
Monster Monpiece, perhaps better known for censoring certain cards and players lovingly caressing their Vitas, will place players in the shoes of protagonist May Esperio, who must become a master of “monster girls” to cure her friend Elza from a “strange affliction” and tangentially, save the world of Yafaniel from destruction.
Players will be supported by over 100 Monster Girls with varying Skills and Potentials in battle. Magic power is sent into the cards using First Crush Rub Mode, where players will rub the touchscreen to power them up.
Monster Monpiece will also include ad-hoc multiplayer and online network matches to allow players to test the might of the decks with one another.
Tecmo Koei America has announced the remake to Gust’s 2010 title Atelier Rorona will be releasing on Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita on June 24 for $49.99 and $39.99, respectively.
Atelier Rorona Plus will feature multiple improvements over the original version, including improved 3D character models, new chapters featuring Totori and Meruru from previous Atelier titles, a new, more advanced battle system, 30 different endings, and cross-saving between the PS3 and Vita versions of Rorona Plus.